This page contains links to Wiltshire based services. To see national resources, please follow the following pages:
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Action on Addiction
Action on Addiction offers support groups for families, partners and friends of substance misusers and counselling and a brief residential programme (the Family Programme) for friends and relatives.
Age UK Wiltshire
Age UK Wiltshire offers information, advice and services to older people living in Wiltshire. This includes a very useful Traders List of trustworthy professionals to employ for jobs around the home.
Alzheimer’s Support is an independent Wiltshire charity which aims to enhance the lives of people with dementia in East and West Wiltshire.
Alzheimer’s Society exist for anyone affected by dementia, and they do everything they can to keep people with dementia connected to their lives and the people who matter most. They cover North and South Wiltshire.
Healthwatch Wiltshire is the consumer voice on health and social care in the county. They are an independent organisation that makes sure that those who commission and provide care understand the needs, priorities and concerns of the public.
NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group
All about the NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), formerly known as NHS Wiltshire.
Spurgeons offer services to Young Carers in Wiltshire aged 0-18. They offer a range of services including mentoring, advocacy, counselling, respite breaks and activities specific to this group. They will also be signposting young carers to other services within Wiltshire according to young carers needs.
Swindon & Wiltshire Neurological Alliance
Swindon and Wiltshire Neurological Alliance aims to help improve the lives of those affected by neurological conditions in Swindon & Wiltshire.
Turning Point are a leading provider of substance misuse services in England and Wales – and their experience has taught them how to help you leave your addictions behind. They’ll provide the right support for you, wherever you are on the journey to recovery.
Wiltshire Addiction Support Project
Wiltshire Addiction Support Project (W.A.S.P.) is an organisation, staffed by service users who have moved on, after a life which involved a dependency to drugs or alcohol, or a combination of both.
Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living
Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living (WCIL) is a user controlled organisation committed to promoting and supporting independent living by assisting and enabling disabled people to challenge barriers, access services and make informed choices.
Wiltshire Citizens Advice Bureau
Wiltshire Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice, on the following subjects: Debt, Housing, Employment, Welfare Benefits, Family and Personal Matters, Consumer Contracts, Legal Procedures, Education and Health.
Wiltshire Council is our Local Authority. Their site contains information on statutory services.
Wiltshire Good Neighbours
Wiltshire Good Neighbours enable and empower older and vulnerable residents to access the services, information and support they need to live safe, comfortable, fulfilling and independent lives.
The Wiltshire Money website includes information about advice providers, basic banking services, credit unions, debt advice organisations, financial education services and initiatives relating to fuel poverty and energy efficiency.
Wiltshire Local Offer
The Wiltshire Local Offer website is particularly useful for Young Adult Carers and Parent Carers, as it lists all the services available for people aged 0-25 who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
Wiltshire Online is an initiative which aims to get more people online and part of the ‘digital world’. Communities will be supported through the use of volunteers to provide hands on support for digital literacy.
Wiltshire Parent Carer Council
Wiltshire Parent Carer Council is a group of parents and carers in Wiltshire, who have children or young people with some type of disability or additional need, who unite together to help influence changes in the services (health, social, education) they have access to.
Wiltshire Sight supports over 1,800 registered blind and partially-sighted people throughout Wiltshire, helping them to live life to the full. They offer social groups, talking books, specialist holidays and other activities.
Wiltshire & Swindon Users Network
Wiltshire & Swindon User Network supports the empowerment of Service Users, enables Users to act as agents of change, is proactive in facilitating learning amongst Community Care professionals, voluntary, statutory and private bodies both county-wide and nationally and develops and manages user-controlled projects.