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Useful Links

Below are links to friendly people in good places:


  • Interchurch Families
    Association of Interchurch Families
    The Association of Interchurch Families helps couples, where each of the partners belongs to a different Christian denomination.
  • Caritas Social Action Network
    CSAN is the umbrella organisation of charities with a Catholic ethos, providing professional social care within the UK. Our members provide services to marginalised and vulnerable children, adults and families of all faiths and none.
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    Catholic Association
    The Catholic Association is a charity that takes pilgrims to Lourdes every August; the annual pilgrimage to Lourdes of the British Province of Carmelites is done in conjunction with the Catholic Association.
  • CSAS
    Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service
    The CSAS has been established to be responsible for driving and supporting improvements in practice. Its primary role is one of co-ordination, advice and support in respect of the wider job of safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.
    Churches' Child Protection Advisory Service
    The Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS) is the only independent Christian charity providing professional advice, support, training and resources in all areas of safeguarding children and for those affected by abuse.
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    Glanfield Childrens Group
    The Glanfield Group is a registered charity, (under the umbrella of The Catholic Association) which organises respite for children and young people who have a wide range of disabilities, or who are physically or emotionally deprived or neglected.
  • HCPT - The Pilgrimage Trust
    HCPT aims to assist around 2000 children with disabilities, mainly from Britain & Ireland, in making a pilgrimage to Lourdes at Easter.
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    L'Arche (UK)
    L'Arche is a family of 130 Communities in 30 countries all round the world. In L’Arche Communities people with learning disabilities and their Assistants live and work together. L’Arche means ‘The Ark’ in French. L'Arche has nine Communities in the UK. Another 2 are being planned. They are all ordinary houses and real homes. More than 100 people with learning disabilities live there. Another 100 Assistants live with them.