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Care & support

Adult Social Services Guide, Hertfordshire County Council
A complete guide produced by Hertfordshire County Council, provides vital information and contact details for charities, organisations, community groups and Council services.
Age UK
Age UK are dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life, providing support, companionship and advice. Services include befriending, day centres, learning, money and legal advice, handyperson services and much more.
Carers in Hertfordshire
There's no need for carers to feel alone. Carers in Hertfordshire supports carers of all ages (children and adults), who live, work or care in Hertfordshire. Contact them now for a free information pack and details of the Carers Passport to access 390+ discounts across Hertfordshire.
Mind
Mind deliver essential mental health support in Hertfordshire, providing a diverse range of services from their seven Wellbeing Centres and other venues across the county. Their services are available to all residents in Hertfordshire over the age of 18 and offer dedicated services for 15-18 year olds.
Samaritans
Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you - and they are there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need someone to talk to, they will listen, and won't judge or tell you what to do. They are always waiting for a call. Call 116 123 anytime from any phone, for free.
SPACE (Autism, ADHD Support)
Space is a local charity supporting parent/carers of children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum, with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or a related condition. They meet regularly in term time with either a speaker or a coffee & chat session, host workshops run by various organisations, and arrange social events.
The Royal British Legion
The Legion helps members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. They support serving and ex-serving personnel all year round, every day of the week. Their support starts after seven days of service and continues through life, long after service is over.
You're able - The Disabled Living Foundation (DLF)
You're able is an online community of and for, disabled people, supporting and helping each other by sharing experiences. You'll discover lots of help and advice about benefits, motoring, health and travel.