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  1. Welfare Benefits Team

    We can provide support and assistance with claiming disability benefits and other connected benefits. There is also a home visiting service aimed at people who are unable to access front line advice or live in rural areas of Cambridgeshire.

  2. Child and Family Centre - Ramsey

    Ramsey Library, 25 Great Whyte, Ramsey,

    Our Child and Family Centres offer groups, events, activities, courses and support for families with children aged 0-19. As well as our network of Child and Family Centres, we provide activities, groups, events and courses in libraries, churches and

  3. Baby Stay and Play Health Clinic - Oasis Centre

    Oasis Centre, St Michaels Avenue, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire

    Wed; 1 April 202010:00am to 12:00pm

    Health Session with Health Visitors, baby weigh and Stay and Play at Child and Family Centre. Self weigh service available if you do not need to see a Health Visitor. Please arrive before 11.45 to ensure you are seen

  4. Young People's Workers

    The role of a Young People's Worker is to provide specialist support for young people needing help in the transition to adulthood. Young people can access individual support or support via group work following a self referral or a professional

  5. Community Transport

    Community transport provides journeys for people who have difficulty using conventional public transport. There are a number of schemes operating in Cambridgeshire and other services such as the Taxicard scheme. Find out more about the schemes near

  6. Motability scheme

    Provides disabled people with safe, reliable and affordable cars, powered wheelchairs or scooters. It enables disabled people to exchange their government funded mobility allowance for a worry-free contract hire, or hire purchase mobility package.

  7. Housing advice

    The city and district councils offer a housing advice service which provide free, confidential advice. They help both tenants and homeowners. They can advise you on options and legal rights including; homelessness, benefits, social housing,

  8. Fostering Service

    Scott House, 5 George Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3AD

    Almost anyone over 21 who has a spare room in their home can apply to be a foster carer . As a foster carer you need to have the time, skills and experience to meet the needs of vulnerable children and young people who are separated from their

  9. Autism and Adult Team

    We help people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We also support people who are vulnerable, but who do not have a diagnosis of disability. Support includes: social care assessment and review help to develop care and support plans help in your

  10. Mental wellbeing information

    If you have concerns for someone regarding their mental health we recommend that they contact their GP for help. This website has some useful information about mental wellbeing . All of us,children, young people and adults have mental health and it