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The council's HIV and AIDS support service Metro joins a host of organisations raising awareness about sexual health services and support available to residents on World AIDS Day, Wednesday 1 December.
Croydon Council is set to begin a consultation this month on plans to change its council tax support scheme - making it fairer and easier to administer while ensuring those most in need continue to be protected from having to pay any council tax at all.
Vulnerable Croydon residents at higher risk of coronavirus or in severe hardship will continue to receive vital council support when a government scheme ends this month.
More than 50 projects across Croydon, offering everything from mental health support to encouraging children to make healthy choices; and housing for rough sleepers to helping domestic abuse survivors; are set to receive around £7million over the next three years.
Street Champions working with Croydon Council’s Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride campaign hosted a series of community events across the borough to mark World Clean-Up Day.
For most people summer is a time to relax and have some fun, but it can be a difficult period for victims of domestic abuse.
A project that helps people with learning disabilities who love live music, going out and making friends, is holding a relaunch event next week.
A peer support group that provides a lifeline to mums and babies in Croydon has launched this week to coincide with Breastfeeding Celebration Week
Council funding totalling around £2.5m a year will be available for bids from Croydon’s community and voluntary groups from next month after proposals were approved on Tuesday evening.