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Eagle House Ministries
The Nest, 24 Wandle Way
CR4 4NB
Mitcham
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Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Marie-Jeanne Arku on 020 8640 7007
Eagle House School
224 London Road
CR4 3HD
Mitcham
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Independent co-educational primary day school providing specialised education for children aged 4 to 12 years who have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Asperger syndrome, and/or associated social and communication difficulties. We are unique in our multidisciplinary approach to working with children with autism and aim to be much more than just a school through the provision of a personalised specialist curriculum. Our multidisciplinary approach includes input from speech & language therapy, occupational therapy, music therapy and psychology. We believe we can develop the global needs of our children, not just their education. Volunteers may be accepted to work with the pupils. The school uses the Structure, Positive (approaches and expectations), Empathy, Low arousal, Links (SPELL) framework.

For more information contact Alan Simons on 0845 074 2972
Eagles Assembly Church
7 Bunting Close
CR4 4ND
Mitcham

Legal advice, parent and toddler group, fitness classes and youth and adult events.

For more information contact Samuel Akinboro at the address or email listed to the left.
Edge Hill Area Residents Association
4 Edge Hill
SW19 4LP
Wimbledon
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To represent the local residents in Edge Hill, Darlaston Road, Oakhill Court and Worple Avenue including the Neighbourhood Watch Schemes.

For more information contact Richard Flavell at the address or email listed to the left.
Education Welfare (LBM)
10th Floor Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
Morden
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The Education Welfare service;
Works with children and their families to help ensure that all children of compulsory school age receive an education; Works with other agencies to support families; Works with schools to improve attendance and reduce persistent absence. Schools on managing attendance and punctuality and developing a school attendance policy.

For more information contact Gill Sapuppo on 020 8545 4021
Electoral Services (LBM)
Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
Morden
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For information and advice about voting:
Registering to vote; About the electoral registers; voter registration form. How to vote Polling stations, voting by post and proxy.
Official notices All current public notices about elections and voting, including results notices;
Results of elections and referendums;
Elected representatives and electoral areas. Ward maps, polling stations, councillors, MPs and other representatives Frequently asked questions Includes applying to work on elections.

For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8545 3407
Elim Pentecostal Church - Mitcham
131 Love Lane
CR4 3AU
Mitcham
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Family friendly, community-based church on Sunday mornings. Prayer meetings on Friday evenings, choir practice and Evangelism on Saturday. Day nursery for 3 to 5 year old. After-school club for ages 5 to 8 year olds. Saturday school for ages 5 to 15 year old.

For more information contact Agatha Arthur-Bossoh on 020 3044 0003
Elim Pentecostal Church - Wimbledon
59 High Path
SW19 2JY
Wimbledon
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We offer a variety of spiritual-based activities, counselling, support, and advice. The church hosts and works with a variety of organisations to help the community. We also rent out the church building to other like-minded organisations who work within the same sector.

For more information contact Jon Featherstone on 020 8544 0126
Elizabeth Finn Care
Hythe House
W6 7NL
Hammersmith
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Elizabeth Finn Care gives financial help and information to people in need from over 120 occupations - ranging from teachers, nurses and managers to social workers, farmers and musicians.

For more information contact the organisation, on 0808 802 2000
Emmanuel Church - Morden
Dudley Drive
SM4 4RJ
Morden
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Weekly Sunday services and Messy church monthly on Thursdays for families. Parent and Toddlers group and activities for young people.

For more information contact David Ruddick on 020 8337 6421
Emmanuel Church - Wimbledon
24 Ridgway
SW19 4QL
Wimbledon
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Sunday and midweek meetings for all ages. Youth event every Friday evening. On the 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoons there are services in Japanese see separate entry under Wimbledon Japanese Ministry.

For more information contact Rev Robin Weekes on 020 8879 7400
Endeavour Youth Club
Kenneth Black House
SM4 4AJ
Morden
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The club offers a diverse range of stimulating youth activities, including sports, cooking and arts. They have a tuck shop and run DJ courses and residential and day trips.

For more information contact Nick Skilton at the address or email listed to the left.
Engage Merton
296a Kingston Road
SW20 8LX
Wimbledon Chase
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Our mission statement and vision is: “To relieve and prevent the harm caused by alcohol / drugs misuse to alcohol / drug users, their relatives, friends and the community as a whole and by making the necessary help and support available,for them to achieve in full their aspirations, become fully integrated members of their community and live a healthy lifestyle in all its aspects”.

For more information contact Alexandra Thomas on 020 8417 1960
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
St Helier Hospital
SM5 1AA
Carshalton
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The Trust provides the full range of acute services for adults, children and the elderly from its two large district general hospitals. The Trust provides other services from a number of hospital sites located throughout the Trust's catchment area.

For more information contact Daniel Elkeles at the address or email listed to the left.
Equinox Care
1 Waterloo Gardens
N1 1TY
London
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Equinox joined SIG in 2014. Equinox provides individual tailored support and health care recovery to excluded people who experience mental ill-health; drug dependency; alcohol dependence; homelessness; forensic history and an combination of these issues. Equinox supports people who are sometimes see as too difficult to deal with- forgotten venerable people who often fall through society’s safety net. The heart and soul of Equinox is providing hope without exclusion to all those who come to them. Equinox operates across London and Brighton.

For more information contact Gilroy Sidden on 020 3668 9270
Equipment and Adaptations for Disabled People (LBM)
11th Floor, Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
Morden
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"<p>We provide specialist equipment and adaptations to help people with a physical disability stay independent in their own homes and in everyday life.</p>
Simple aids to daily living, such as toileting and bathing equipment and grab rails, are available to purchase directly from accredited retailers throughout the borough. The Council may cover the cost of these items for some customers, depending on their circumstances and level of need. We will always look at the most cost-effective solution for the problem. For example, if a person cannot manage to get in or out of the bath safely, providing basic equipment may be all that is required to help the individual regain their independence. There is often no need for complex, lengthy and disruptive alterations such as the installation of a shower.

For more information contact the organisation, on 0208 545 4428 (9.30am to 3.00pm
Escape Youth Group
11 Cecil Place
CR4 4LH
Mitcham

Run for and by young people. Encourages young people in the area, with nothing to do, to take part in volunteering.

For more information contact Richard Abiona at the address or email listed to the left.
Eternal Light Ministries International
c/o St Mark's Church
CR4 2LF
Mitcham
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Services are held on Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons

For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8648 2397
Etherean Mission (UK)
58 Gorringe Park Avenue
CR4 2DG
Mitcham
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Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Mission Secretary at the address or email listed to the left.
Ethnic Minority Centre
The Vestry Hall
CR4 3UD
Mitcham
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Provides advice and information for BAME communities on health and mental health well-being and welfare. Provides domestic violence support and 3rd party reporting: housing, unemployment and immigration referrals; interpreting service (Hindi, Gugerati, Bengali and Punjabi). Supports the Asian Women Feeling Good group and Cancer Support Group.

For more information contact Sabitri Ray at the address or email listed to the left.
Ethnic Minority Drugs Awareness Project
EMC, The Vestry Hall
CR4 3UD
Mitcham
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EMDAP aims to raise awareness about drugs and alcohol misuse amongst BME youth, parents and carers. It offers a culturally sensitive support and advice service. Organises awareness days for parents and young people. Confidential service.

For more information contact Sabitri Ray at the address or email listed to the left.
Everyday Church - Wimbledon
30 Queens Road
SW19 8LR
Wimbledon
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Services each Sunday morning

For more information contact Peter Troup at the address or email listed to the left.
Evolve Housing and Support
16-20 Kingston Rd
SW19 1JZ
London
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Evolve is a leading homelessness charity in London, providing housing and support to over 2,000 people each year.

We believe in building on people’s strengths, aspirations and goals to help break the cycle of homelessness and help them move forward with their lives.

We offer a programme of support tailored to meet people’s individual needs, including housing, employment and skills training, mentoring and counselling. We work with young parents and children at risk of exclusion to build the skills and resilience that can help prevent homelessness. We campaign to end street homelessness. We build affordable homes to help people move on to an independent life.

Our mission is to help children, young people and adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness reach their potential, and move on to live happy, fulfilled lives.

For more information contact Sandra Sinclair on 020 8545 2588