We have compiled a list of links to local services in your area -
A helpline is available for people in Lambeth who are vulnerable to coronavirus. You or someone acting on your behalf can call the helpline to get advice on issues you are having, including access to medicines and food. The call handler will help you to connect with the right department in the council or to other organisations, such as Age UK, who can help you get support.
The helpline number is 020 7926 2999.
The helpline is open from 8am - 8pm everyday
You can also call Age UK Lambeth on 0207 346 6800.
West Norwood Coronavirus Support Group
The group has been set up to help the community we live in and ensure nobody is left isolated or without what they need. They are not a business, just volunteers who believe in helping each other in a time of difficulty.
They are not professionals and can only offer support within reason and in line with government guidelines. They do not offer medical advice or assistance. If you need medical advice, speak to your GP.
If you are self isolating and need help or know someone else in need or if you would like to volunteer to help them help others -
Phone or WhatsApp Keira on 07401 522438 or Emma on 07854 827783 or email email@example.com
Age UK Lambeth
Our services are for everyone over 55. We particularly welcome users from black and minority communities, people with disabilities, lesbians & gay men. We promote diversity and equality of opportunity in our services, strategic work and employment. We celebrated 60 years of working with and for older people in Lambeth in 2006.
MYcommunity Directory is a list of services in Lambeth to help make accessing information as straightforward as possible.
The online directory is part of the services provided by the Independent Living and Carers' Partnership (ILCP) and powered by Age UK Lambeth. The Directory is funded by Lambeth Council.
We provide information on everything from practical services, like advice on benefits and finding help at home to community services like social activities and help with health and wellbeing. As the Directory grows, it is anticipated to become the best first place to look for information, help, care and support in Lambeth.
The Directory also has a simple Eligibility Checker for Adult Social Care. This helps you work out if you may be entitled to help from Adult Social Care or not. It points you to our SAIL service in case you are not.
Please note that whilst each organisation is checked before they are made live on the directory, we do not vet them or the information they provide. If you have any concerns regarding the information on the directory, please contact us, and we'll do our best to sort it out!
Emergency Dental Care
As a surgery we can't help with emergency dental care but Kings College Hospital and Guys & St Thomas' provide this. Click on either of the following links for further information oin how to access these services -
Guys & St Thomas' - https://www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk/our-services/dental/specialties/adult-acute-dental-care/overview.aspx
Kings College Hospital - www.kch.nhs.uk/patientsvisitors/patients/dental-patients/acute-dental-care
Lambeth Diabetes Intermediate Care
The Diabetes Intermediate Care Team was established in 2004 to champion the best care for people living with diabetes in Lambeth, Southeast London.
The Vassall road Time Bank hub is based out of a Residential Care Home in the local area. Members share skills with the local residents, and members and residents earn time credits working on the Accessible Edible food growing project in the home.
Local people are welcome to join any of the Time Bank hubs and members are welcome to attend events and activities run by the other hubs.
If you are interested in joining a hub please contact Time4Lambeth Coordinator, Funmi or Suzanne on 020 8670 0990 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Healthwatch Lambeth is part of a national network of local Healthwatch organisations working to ensure your voice counts when it comes to shaping and improving local health and care services, now and in the future.
Our aim is to address inequalities in health and social care and ensure local services are appropriate for our diverse communities.
Lambeth GP Federations
In the new NHS landscape, there is a move towards developing new clinical pathways which are close to primary care. Where these pathways are too complex for individual practices alone to manage, Federations offer an alternative to corporations and Foundation Hospital Trusts moving in. In addition, by working together we envisage that we can share “back office” functions and become more efficient in our workforce recruitment, plus learning and development. We aim to become a “Multispecialty Community Provider”.