Innisfree Housing Association

From the management of short-life housing in one borough, Innisfree has grown substantially and now owns over 500 homes, mainly in North & West London. They provide family homes, a very successful scheme for Irish Elders, as well as supported housing for vulnerable single people. Over 60% of their tenants are Irish. The Irish roots more »

London Irish Centre

Advice drop-in centre for the Irish community and newly arrived in London offering a variety of social and cultural activities including an alcohol-free social club and an elders day centre and outreach service. Also a runs a volunteering programme and survivors project. Advice service offers assistance with issues including housing, welfare benefits, repatriation, debt and more »

London Irish LGBT Network

The London Irish LGBT Network provides a safe, inclusive, knowledgeable and social space for all Irish LGBT people in London. The Network offers an opportunity to meet like-minded people. In short, we’re a unique organisation in London, celebrating, representing and campaigning on behalf of Irish LGBT culture and linking us to the wider Irish community more »

Mind Yourself (for Irish people in London)

Mind Yourself  supports Irish people in London who want to improve or maintain their physical or mental health. They do this by providing health related one-to-one support (information, advice and advocacy), accompaniment to health-related appointments and group activities. You can refer yourself or you can refer a friend, family member or a client if you more »

Solas Anois – Irish Women’s Domestic Violence Project

Offers refuge for Irish women and children experiencing domestic violence. Telephone advice, counselling and group support. Provides advice and information on issues such as re-housing, welfare rights, children’s services, emotional support for residents.

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