GAP

Event medical services, training, supplies and equipment.

http://www.gems.gg

Guernsey mental health links.

Largest organisation for girls and young women in the British Isles. Rainbows (aged 5-7), Brownies (aged 7-10), Guides (aged 10-14), Rangers (aged 14-25).

Money raised through our shops is used to train some of Guernsey’s young people for work. Our aim is to build their confidence and increase social skills. We also teach teamwork and and the importance of it. Training is also given in specific skills such as manual handling, Electrical testing etc. We work closely with the Guernsey Employment Trust (GET).(Formerly Communicate)

http://www.go-on.gg

Guernsey rural occupational workshop.

http://www.grow.gg

A voluntary service to help clients overcome their alcohol and drug problems. GAAS offers one-to-one counselling sessions free of charge.

See also Guernsey Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council

www.gaas.org.gg

The Guernsey Alcohol Advisory Service is a voluntary service to help clients overcome situations caused by their use of alcohol. We offer one to one counselling sessions, which are free of charge.

See also Guernsey Alcohol Advisory Services

http://www.gadac.org

Devoted to ‘caring for carers’ and their loved ones with dementia.

http://alzheimers.gg

Provides information, education and support for people with dementia and their carers locally. Also funds medical and scientific research, advises professionals, and campaigns for improved health and social care and greater public understanding and awareness of dementia.

Charity focusing on exhibitions, talks, workshops, community arts programme, public events, and support for arts organisations and artists.

http://www.arts.gg
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