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318 Services Found

Beyond Support
item category:Employment, debt & benefits

Beyond Support is a free, national, confidential support line for women with a connection to the sex industry.

Under The Stars
item category:Autism, ADHD & learning disabilities

Under The Stars is an arts and events charity for people with learning disabilities and autism.

item category:Children & young people

Emosi is a Transcultural Therapy Centre for children aged 2-12 years, aimed at giving children with emotional and behavioural challenges the best start in life.

Parent Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS)
item category:Pregnancy & parenting

Parent Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) are a small team of psychologists and psychotherapists.

Heeley Trust
item category:Physical health & disability

Social Prescribing Social prescribing is a way of supporting you to take care of your own health and wellbeing.

Student Minds
item category:Eating disorders

Student Minds is a national student mental health charity.

Children’s involvement Team
item category:Children & young people

The Children’s Involvement Team (CIT) work with any Sheffield Care Experienced children and young people up to 25 and were established to find out children’s views on the schemes and…

item category:Abuse & trauma

Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service provides specialist care and support for those due to leave the armed forces, reservists and those who’ve already left.

item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

Likewise is the alcohol and drug service for adults (18+) across Sheffield.

Household Support Fund
item category:Employment, debt & benefits

Household Support Fund is a non-repayable grant to help people living in Sheffield with food and energy costs.

Community Grocery
item category:Employment, debt & benefits

Community Grocery is a national charity, with a branch in Sheffield.

Sheffield Family Hubs
item category:Children & young people

One to One Support: Early Years Prevention workers can offer extra help for you and your family.