About this service
We provide advice and information, advocacy and volunteering opportunities for disabled people who live, work or study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. We're a user-led organisation of disabled people in London.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Face-to-face support is not currently possible, but support is still available by email and over the telephone.
Black Lives Matter Campaign Solidarity Statement
We wish to add a message of commitment and solidarity,, alongside Greenwich DPAC, with the #BlackLivesMatter campaign in our Greenwich community remembering the murder of Stephen Lawrence in our midst and we denounce the recent murder of George Floyd. We will work together to challenge systemic racism and ableism and campaign for justice in our community.
If you have been a victim of a disability hate crime, we are here to help you. We can report incidents on your behalf anonymously (if you wish), help you report incidents to the police, or advocate for you to Greenwich council, housing services, police and other services. We can also help you find the right support to meet your needs by helping you to access counselling, social support, or letting you know about other services that can help.
Who can use this service
You need to live, work or study in Greenwich.
Get in touch
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team on 020 8305 2221. You can refer yourself or be referred by someone who works with you (like a GP or social worker).Email us