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Kairos provides active rehabilitation for people suffering chronic and persistent painful conditions which have not responded to usual treatments. It is part of the Vanbrugh Community Pain Management Clinic

Two one-to-one therapies, rhythmical massage and eurythmy (gentle movement) aim to improve physical confidence and mental wellbeing by reducing the burden of symptoms. These commonly include pain, insomnia, exhaustion, immobility, anxiety & depression. Various social and work-related small group activities including choir, music, art, craft, puppetry & jewelry as well as outings and celebrations are arranged from time to time. These help develop new interests, skills and friendships to overcome social isolation. Kairos is also now working with GAD at the Forum to help with disability benefits problems.

Kairos can be accessed on the NHS by people living within the Borough by your GP referring you to Greenwich MSK Services.

More2childcare is the first permanent Greenwich nursery and work hub.  Based at the Forum at Greenwich, their flexible nursery and hot desking solutions give parents’ resources to enhance their work life balance at the same time as providing physical and social development for their child.

They offer flexible, quality nursery options and support to find or pursue family friendly work choices As a not for profit and with the local community at our core they also aim to provide training opportunities and jobs to parents in Greenwich Borough.

Little Fish Theatre Company

Visit Website 020 8269 1123

Little Fish Theatre works in partnership with local communities to deliver a wide range of ground-breaking programmes.

Employing expert workshop leaders and professional actors to work with thousands of young people in and around London each year, the company’s work is designed to challenge young people’s value systems, enabling them to develop skills which positively contribute to their community. We do this through: Fish Theatre works in partnership with local communities to deliver a wide range of ground-breaking programmes.

Writing and producing exciting, new and relevant issue-based theatre for young people and teaching staff with training workshops and educational resources. expert workshop leaders and professional actors to work with thousands of young people in and around London.

Community outreach projects using a multi-arts approach to support young people in and out of the education system. Each year, the company’s work is designed to challenge young people’s value systems, enabling them to develop skills which positively contribute to their Youth Offending projects tackling crime reduction and anti-social behaviour.

GAD (Greenwich Association of Disabled People)

Our mission is to be a force for positive change in society’s perception of disabled people, to support human rights for all disabled people and to be a source of empowerment for disabled people living, working or studying in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

Christ Church East Greenwich

Visit Website 0208 853 3235

Christ Church East Greenwich is an Anglican parish church which seeks to love and serve God and neighbour through its worship and witness.

Christ Church East Greenwich welcomes all people and we hope you will come and visit us. If you would like to find out more please get in touch with us. Telephone 0208 853 3235 or email

I am an experienced accredited Counsellor / Psychotherapist and Family Practioner. I offer a safe, non-judgmental and supportive space to individuals, couples and families. I offer weekly, fortnightly, monthly and ad hoc sessions. I also undertake assessments and reports for immigration tribunals and work place issues. I specialise in anxiety, depression, bullying, complex mental health issues and cultural conflicts. I am a member of the BACP and abide by their code of conduct. I am accredited by the National Counselling Society and a member of the British  Psychological Society.

The Sapphire Community Group

Visit Website 07428 181 777

Motivating, inspiring and empowering individuals. We are an organisation that seeks to empower and stabilise a segregated community. The sole purpose of the Sapphire Community Group is to build people up and provide them with the platform to shine.

The Rewise Project specialises in delivering therapeutic work to a varied group of people, either individual or group work.

The directors are qualified counsellors and supervisors who are registered with the British Association of Counselling Psychotherapists and have a combination of over 20 years therapeutic and psychoeducational field experience.

The Rewise Project CIC Clientele consists of the following:

o Schools – mainstream, excluded, primary and secondary
o People affected by domestic violence, either as a perpetrator or victim
o Youth offending teams
o Young people institutions and prisons
o Local businesses
o Couples and families suffering from separation and divorce
o People suffering from mental health o Professional bodies – such as teachers, nurses, social workers and others

The Fertility Network

Visit Website 01424 732361

Fertility Network UK provides free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues.
We are the nation’s leading patient-focused fertility charity and are here on a practical and emotional level whatever your experience of fertility issues to offer support services, information and access to a community of people affected by fertility problems.
We can help: if you are considering your future fertility; if you are trying to become parents; if you are facing the challenges of childlessness; if you are successful after fertility problems and if you need help to access NHS-funded fertility treatment.

Emmanuel Church London is a diverse, creative and welcoming group of churches meeting in Greenwich & New Cross with a passion to present Jesus to London.

Come Out of Hiding

Visit Website 07494 632 390

Our aim is that everyone that comes to any of our events leaves with the ability to see and live. For we were once in darkness and our vision was impaired and we could not see a thing. We were lost, lifeless and blind. But once we come out of hiding into God’s Light, there is vision, there is sight, there is clarity and there is life and there is freedom. We have also now become His Light and we have been called to light up the world. And the main themes that COOH centralises on is Life, Sight, Vision, Purpose, Identity, Hope, Freedom, Restoration, Love, Transparency, Openness, Healing, Wholeness, Shelter, Safety and Protection. All the events we have are simply a foretaste of what will take place in the COOH centre that will be built in 2020.

Our primary task is to meet the spiritual, emotional, physical, mental and educational needs of people across the nations of the earth, specifically young people. We aim to build these young women and men into whole people that are well and whole in every aspect of their lives. So these future leaders of tomorrow to be whole in their body, soul and mind and they too can join us in lighting up the world.