- Advice and advocacy
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- Children and Families
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- Education and training
- Ethnic minorities
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- International aid and emergency relief
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- Older People
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- Blaenau Gwent
- East Sussex
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Found 17 organisations and services in category "Children and Families" in Powys in Abermule
A regional Adoption Service covering the counties of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys.
PAVO is one of 19 Councils for Voluntary Service in Wales. Membership is open to all voluntary organisations and community groups in Powys.
We’re here because every child should be safe. Because every child should have opportunities. Because every child should have a childhood.
Across the UK, hundreds of thousands of children aren’t getting the care or opportunities...
If you have a sight loss that affects your day to day life, there is help available. We help children and adults who have a visual impairment with information & support to help you manage...
Local Authority - Powys
For further information http://www.powys.gov.uk/en/
Hiraeth Institute was formed in 2007 and is an association of professionals providing therapy, psychology and psychiatric services and training across the country.
Powys County Council - Building a Better County Powys County Council is a Welsh Unitary Authority with 73 elected Councillors. It is relatively young, having been first created as a County Council in...
Arts Connection is an inspirational community arts organisation working in North Powys, Wrexham and the border communities. We are revenue funded by the Arts Council of Wales and have provided high qu...
Hafal Crossroads works to support unpaid carers throughout Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys.
The Family Behaviour Support Service will work with children and young people aged 0 - 11 years and their families, including disabled children to; work with children at the earliest possible time t...