Free naloxone supply and training. A lifesaving drug which temporarily reverses the effects of an opioid overdose from drugs such as heroin, methadone and morphine. It can be used to help buy time and keep the casualty alive until the ambulance arrives. More info
Our Macmillan advice team can help anyone diagnosed with cancer who needs support with benefits applications and money advice. We also run weekly welfare benefits advice sessions out of various GP practices in the city. Visit www.bristolcab.org.uk for more details. More info
Our central Bristol drop-in is open Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1pm
Health advice - Signposting and referrals
Mental health advice - Signposting and referrals
Education, Training & Employment - Signposting and referrals
Money management and mainstream financial services agencies - Signposting and referrals
Magazine sales and vendor sales training
Service Brokerage: We deliver Information, Advice and Guidance services to vendors, identifying needs and services required and to work with partners to create access to those services. More info
Healthwatch Bristol is an independent watchdog for health and social care. We work on behalf of the whole community and provide a framework through which local people can have their say about health and social care services. The information gathered is shared with the services to help improve and shape healthcare provision to the public. More info
SARSAS are a specialist support service for survivors of rape and sexual abuse across Bristol, B&NES, North Somerset, Somerset and South Gloucestershire. We offer free, confidential, specialist support for survivors over the age of 13 who have been raped or sexually abused at any time in their lives. This is regardless of whether or not they choose to report. The support we offer consists of emotional and practical support, a freephone helpline, E support, 1-1 support by phone or face to face, specialist counselling, information and support resources.
We also campaign to raise awareness of and challenge misconceptions about sexual violence and abuse as well as delivering training and consent-based workshops to professional organisations, schools and universities.
"Helpline Women and Girls Mon & Fri 11am - 2pm, Tue, Wed & Fri 6pm - 8:30pm
Men and Boys Mon 11am - 2pm, Tue 6pm - 8:30pm"
0117 929 9556.
Helpline: Women and Girls Mon & Fri 11am - 2pm, Tue, Wed & Fri 6pm - 8:30pm
Helpline: Men and Boys Mon 11am - 2pm, Tue 6pm - 8:30pm"