Oxfordshire Support Finder
This website tells you about a range of support services across Oxfordshire for adults (18+), families and carers. It has information to help you to find your own way to meet any needs for support and care and for you, or a loved one, to lead the lives that you want.
Family Information Services Directory (OxonFIS)
Helps you find registered childcare, early education, family support and activities for children and families. There is also a section especially for parents of disabled/SEN children or those with additional needs.
An independent body set up to give communities a stronger voice in how their health and social care services are delivered.
Community Information Network – AgeUK
This is the website for the community information network which includes advice on local support services, activities, money matters and social care. You can search via your post code for support and services in your area on this website
Mental Health Support Services
This is a document with information about different sources of support around mental health. It includes support services, what to do in a crisis and NHS services.
Riverside Counselling Service
Counselling to adults and young people.
Oxford Homeless Movement brings together everyone addressing homelessness in the city. We show you how and where to get involved. Oxford Homeless Movement is a partnership of the many organisations working to ensure that nobody has to sleep rough on the streets of Oxford.
We aim to bring greater visibility to all Oxford’s work in this area, guiding volunteers, supporters and homeless people alike to the actions or services they’re looking for.
There are many homeless people in Oxford, and dozens of organisations focusing on the problem. This diversity can be confusing for would-be volunteers and supporters. Oxford Homeless Movement provides the clarity. The issues are complex, but volunteering is simple, and our joint efforts can be life-changing.
Funding related to COVID-19
Further information about funding sources during the pandemic.