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MindLine Trans+

Mindline Trans+ is a confidential emotional and mental health support helpline for people who identify as transgender, agender, genderfluid and non-binary. They provide a safe place to talk about any feelings with a trained volunteer with lived Trans or non-binary experience, who will listen and offer support.  They can also support family members, friends, colleagues ...
0300 330 5468
Open two nights a week - Mondays and Fridays 8pm to midnight

Community Network Directory

The Community Network Directory was provided by Age UK Oxfordshire and features a wide variety of activities, support and opportunities across Oxfordshire for older adults. Also in partnership with Volunteer Link-up and supported by Oxfordshire County Council. Note: This service has now been integrated into Live Well Oxfordshire. Please see the web link for more ...

Aspire Oxford Community Transport

Aspire Oxford help vulnerable people who are facing challenges, such homelessness, poverty, addiction, offending histories or mental health difficulties. They provide a door to door minibus service for people with mobility problems who cannot use public transport. Clients must be registered before use. ...

Oxford Home Improvement Agency

Oxford Home Improvement Agency is dedicated to helping older, disabled and vulnerable residents within Oxford City to live safely and independently in their own home. The agency service is available to people who are vulnerable and need help repairing, maintaining or adapting their home. Their trained advisers are on hand to help you with all ...

Guideposts

Music Therapy exists to improve people’s lives and wellbeing through the enjoyment of music. Their aim is to facilitate positive changes in emotional wellbeing and communication through the engagement in live musical interaction. Guideposts Music Therapy service offers music therapy to individuals, couples and large and small groups. Sessions take place in community centres, residential ...

University of the Third Age (U3A)

U3A is a national and international organisation which has a positive and creative approach to retirement, and membership is open to anyone not in full-time employment. Activities, which normally take place in the daytime, are organised by members in small groups and include talks, events and trips. There are many active groups in Oxfordshire. See ...