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The Lancashire Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Centre Group
We are a warm and friendly general practice serving the community in the Frenchwood area of
We pride ourselves on our services to the LGBT community
Disability Equality (NW) Ltd
01772 558863 Helpline
Our overall aim is to ‘Further the Human Rights of disabled people across the North west’.
We are a disabled people’s organisation (Disabled people form the majority of our staff, volunteers
We provide a number of user led services, for disabled people, to meet our aims: Information
service, Independent living advice and support planning, benefit form filling service, Volunteer bureau,
Sport/Leisure activities advice and support, Short courses and workshops on a variety of topics.
Equality/Human rights training, local/regional/national policy and strategic work.
Renaissance at Drugline-Lancashire
01772 253840/ Blackpool 01253 311431
Drugline-Lancashire and its bespoke sexual health arm SHIVER (Sexual Health HIV Education
Responses) are now united under ‘Renaissance at Drugline- Lancashire, a new dawn for substance
and sexual health services ‘
Renaissance at Drugline-Lancashire delivering services independently and as part of local substance
misuse and sexual health partnerships
Community Gateway Association
0800 953 0213
We are a not-for-profit community business, set up to meet the housing needs of people in Preston
the surrounding areas. A housing association providing high quality homes for people in need,
is also about creating friendly communities, where people want to live.
Its services include:
Improving homes and neighbourhoods
Providing tenancy advice and support
Helping people to find suitable housing for their needs
Tackling anti-social behaviour and the causes of it
Collecting rents and other charges
Working with local communities to build individuals' skills, knowledge and confidence.
CGA makes sure that tenants can influence what happens to their homes and neighbourhoods and
the services it provides. Local people are represented on the CGA Board, on the Gateway
Committee, in neighbourhood groups and through ongoing, direct contact with staff and other
01772 201142 / 0300 3031979
We are the Lancashire district of the national charity giving free and confidential help to victims
crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected. We are not a government agency or
part of the police and you don't have to report a crime to the police to get our help.
You can call us
time after the crime has happened, whether it was yesterday, last week or several years ago.
Stonham Blackpool Young Parents Accommodation Service
Blackpool Young Parents provides accommodation with housing related support to young
and pregnant young women. The project accommodates twelve young parents and consists of a large
detached house which houses 5 fully furnished, self contained one bedroom flats and a bed-sit, along
with an office, a staff room and a training/crèche room. We also have a further 4 one bedroom and 2
two bedroom fully furnished self contained flats in the grounds behind our main house.
Blackpool Sexual Health Services
Sexual Health Services provides free confidential advice to all patients who attend our services. We
offer screening and treatment for all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). We also offer same day
HIV testing and testing for Hepatitis B and C. A wide range of contraceptive methods are offered,
including contraceptive pills, contraceptive injection (Depo-Provera), contraceptive implant
(Implanon) insertion and removal, and IUD and IUS insertion (appointment needed). We also provide
emergency contraception; condoms and cervical screening (smear) to patients as required.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
HQ reception 01772 695300
LCFT provides community based health services and specialist mental health services for the
population of Lancashire including Blackburn with Darwen and Blackpool.
Public Health, NHS Blackpool
The Public Health Department's role is to enable and support the PCT and its partners to
the health of the population and reduce the health inequalities that exist between areas and groups
Signposts Multi Agency Resource Centre Limited
Signposts is an organisation that "works to empower the community" by developing and
range of targeted services that are accessible and affordable to everyone. The services we develop
aim to address the needs of the most disadvantaged and hard to reach people within their
communities. The projects we deliver are diverse and creative, and are often delivered in
partnership with other organisations.
HARV domestic violence team
HARV is a domestic violence service working with women children and young people who have
experienced domestic abuse who live in the Hyndburn or Ribble Valley area
CHORLEY, SOUTH RIBBLE & DISTRICTS CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAUX
01772 424282 / 01257 260095
Chorley, South Ribble CABx helps people resolve their problems. We aim to provide the advice
people need for the problems they face and to improve the policies and practices that affect
people's lives. We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on
their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge
Galloway’s Society for the Blind
Galloway’s supports around 6000 people with a sight loss across Lancashire from the provision
of equipment, audio services, Braille transcription, training courses, social events etc.
Progress Housing Group
We are a registered social landlord providing general needs, sheltered and supported housing
around the Leyland and Fylde areas. We do not have specialist housing for LGBT community
but aim to provide a comprehensive service to any LGBT tenants and applicants.
We have a well trained customer services team who are aware of the issues which may arise for
LGBT tenants on our estates and who will deal sympathetically and effectively with any problems
the LGBT tenant may have (harassment and hate crime problems for example).
On a positive note we try to have a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere in the reception areas
so that anyone will not be afraid to be open about their sexuality when the occasion calls for it.
We also collect information about the numbers and age range of LGBT community we have as
tenants so that we can tailor our services accordingly.
Home Start Preston
One to one support with families who have at least one child under fine, volunteers visit families
on a weekly basis for 3-4 hours. All volunteers are parents or have child care experience. Home
Start is family first, we work with the families needs at the time. Volunteers fully support by
scheme manager and families reviewed regularly. Home Start is a charity and is managed by
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chorley and South Ribble Hospital - Tel: 01257 261222, Fax: 01257 245495
Royal Preston Hospital - Tel: 01772 716565, Fax: 01772 522162
email@example.com it is also available via the NHS Choices Website
The county’s first Foundation Trust with leading teaching hospitals that provide key hospital
services, such as A&E facilities, plus specialist services.
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust runs Chorley and South Ribble and Royal
Preston Hospitals. It provides a range of general services to local residents, serving a population
of around 390,000.
It also provides specialist services, such as plastic surgery and burns, cancer care, renal
(kidney), neurological and disablement services to 1.5 million people in Lancashire and South
Body Positive North West
0161 882 2200
Body Positive North West was founded in 1986 as a self-help group for people living with
HIV in the North West. We remain a user-led organisation. People with HIV are central to,
and inform, everything we do.
73% of our Board of Trustees, staff and volunteers are living with HIV.
OUR SERVICES ARE OPEN TO ALL WHO NEED THEM, WHETHER LIVING WITH OR
AFFECTED BY HIV, REGARDLESS OF GENDER, RACE, SEXUALITY OR IMMIGRATION STATUS.
• Benefits, legal, housing advice
• Complementary therapies
• Confidential helpline
• Cultural activities
• Daily food parcel service
• Debt management
• Exercise, gym referrals and healthy activities
• Free or subsidised meals
• Numeracy and literacy support
• Peer support groups
• Positive Living magazine
• Positive self-management course
• Positive speakers
• Rapid HIV testing
• Small grants fund applications
• Smoking cessation
• Training courses
• Volunteering opportunities
0300 365 0070
Body Positive North West and partners have created a new service, called “Positive Living” and
this is how to get more information for service users and their carers.
With a wide range of treatment available and some of the best health care in the world, people
with HIV can live long, healthy lives.
But having HIV can make some things more complicated. In Lancashire and Blackburn with
Darwen there is a group of services working together to complement the work of clinic staff and
other HIV services, so you can get the best information, advice and support when you need it.
There are different services offering support and advice tailored to your needs and concerns.
To get started with any of these services simply contact our point of contact on 0300 365 0070