There are many local organisations that refer people to Phoenix and others which we point our people towards.
Supports people across Swindon and Wiltshire who are facing significant challenges developing their skills, accessing training and finding opportunities.
All profits from Café Mobility will help Voluntary Action Swindon sustain the vital Swindon Shopmobility service enabling people with mobility issues to access town centre services independently.
Citizens Advice Swindon
The Citizens Advice Bureau Service offers free, independent and confidential advice. People come to us with all sorts of issues. You may have money, benefit, housing or employment problems. You may be facing a crisis, or just considering your options.
Crowdys Hill School
A special school for children from the age of 4 to 19. The pupils have severe to moderate learning difficulties with other complex needs.
Cruse Bereavement Care
Grief can be overwhelming
You don’t have to deal with it alone.
DASH is an independent local charity whose mission is to improve the quality of life of adults of working age with Aspergers and other high functioning Autistic Spectrum Conditions living in Swindon.
Dementia Support Swindon Alzheimer’s UK
Dementia information, support & community help for residents & families in the Swindon area.
Support people with disability – those who are eligible for funding from adult social care. Enham Trust equips vulnerable service users with the tools to live the life they want, regardless of impairments.
Useful information that can help signpost people who are in need to support. There is advice and guidance on how to cope with the cost of living, money issues, home advice, information on the Swindon Local offer, food organisations, resources and groups available within in your area.
A specialist facility for young adults aged 16-25 who have severe or profound multiple learning difficulties.
A Wiltshire based charity offering free courses to young people aged 16-25 to develop confidence, self-worth, life-skills and employability.
Live Well Swindon Hub
Offering information, signposting and support to help you make the most of your health and wellbeing. Give advice and support including Stop Smoking Service.
The Harbour Project
They aid refugees and asylum seekers across Swindon.
The brain injury association. They run activities focused on numeracy and literacy skills needed in day-to-day life.
They aim to understand the needs, experiences and concerns of people who use health and social care services and to ensure their voices are heard and responded to.
A Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre supporting Swindon and the surrounding area, offering a range of therapeutic interventions including talking therapies, music and art.
Provides education and training to adults with learning disabilities, including literacy and numeracy, arts and crafts and gardening.
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, based in Swindon accessible to those registered at a Swindon GP Practice.
Swindon & Gloucestershire Mind provides advice, support and services to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem in Swindon.
We’re a charity that brings belief, hope and long-term recovery to people whose lives have been torn apart by addiction and the multiple and complex needs that come with it. Also run women’s centres for victims of abuse.
The Olive Tree Café
Helps and supports people recovering from mental illness or at risk of mental illness through working in a supported environment, serving customers and reducing the stigma of mental illness.
The Open Door Centre
Makes a positive difference in the lives of people with learning disabilities by providing a range of activities.
Sandalwood Court in Swindon is a Community Services Mental Health Service, They provide service including diagnostic and screening procedures, mental health conditions and treatment of disease, disorder or injury.
Working across the apprenticeships, adult education and skills sectors, Seetec supports individuals, communities and businesses to realise their full potential. A DWP provider, helps Job Centre customers move from benefits into paid employment.
SWA Domestic Abuse
Supporting ALL victims of domestic abuse. Support and a 24 hour helpline.
Swindon Advocacy Movement
Swindon Advocacy Movement (SAM) is a user-led independent advocacy service which empowers people with care and support needs in Swindon.
Supporting carers in Swindon.
Swindon SEND Families Voice
A group of parents that have children with additional needs. They feel passionate about ensuring the services in our area meet the needs of Swindon’s disabled children & their families, and that all parents & carers feel supported.
Drug and alcohol recovery services.
TWIGS Community Gardens
A resource to give people who experience mental health problems the chance to regain confidence, self-esteem and to learn new skills.
Wiltshire Law Centre
Provide free and confidential legal advice and representation in welfare benefits, housing, and debt.
Wiltshire Service Users Network
Run wellbeing activities like arts and crafting.