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  • ACT Sheffield (formerly the Yemeni Welfare and Advice Centre) specialise in delivering services to Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities. They deliver services that aim to tackle persistent social and economic…

  • Action (formerly Action Housing) is a charity providing services to vulnerable people in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.  They offer a range of support services around homelessness, ex-offenders, mental health, domestic…

  • Addaction Drug Intervention Programme (DIP) is commissioned and funded by the Public Health Department and was introduced in order to use the criminal justice system as a means to enable…

  • This group is for anyone who has ADHD or might relate to the following symptoms or behaviours which are impacting on their life: Inattention: difficulty concentrating for very long or…

  • ADIRA provides a mental wellbeing support group for black women which meets on the last Saturday of every month.  Their meetings are held at The Sanctuary on Chapel Walk 12-3pm.…

  • Foundations is a short-term service (up to 6 months) run by Adullam for single people aged 18+ with mental health issues and who are in need of temporary housing-related support…

  • Age Better in Sheffield is a £6m investment programme funded by The Big Lottery and led by South Yorkshire Housing Association. Their aim is to reduce loneliness and isolation in…

  • Age UK Sheffield is an independent local organisation which supports older people (aged 50 years and over) in Sheffield, particularly those who are vulnerable or isolated. They work to help…

  • Al-Anon Family Groups is part of a worldwide organisation offering understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. They run…

  • Alcoholics Anonymous use the 12-step programme to provide help and support to people who wish to stop drinking. There are a number of support groups running in Sheffield and the…

  • Alzheimer’s Society is a national support and research charity for people with dementia and their carers. They provide information and support about all forms of dementia through their publications, website…

  • Amy’s House is a local charity that provides care and support for children (5-18 years old) with additional support needs and sometimes life limiting illnesses and their families in Sheffield.…

  • Ashiana Sheffield is a service primarily for Black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee (BAMER) women, young people and children affected by abuse. They provide refuge for women (with or without…

  • Asperger’s Children and Carers Together (ACCT) is a parent-led support group for children and families affected by Asperger’s syndrome and High Functioning Autism. ACCT run activity groups for children and…

  • Assist Sheffield helps destitute asylum seekers by providing accommodation, advice and other support to those in most need or distress. The charity can help in the following ways: Providing a…

  • Supporting Adults with Autism, Aspergers into work experience placements and paid employment

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