Do you want to be creative and social, and be able to share your skills with others? One Place East wants to support the creation of a network that brings people together to craft, make art, generate creative media, literature or poetry for enjoyment and wellbeing, to teach and to learn skills.

One Place Creative (OPC) started in late 2019 with a project that aimed to raise awareness of employment opportunities in the creative industries.  This initial project was funded by the European Social Fund and Groundworks and came to an end in June 2020. One Place Creative continued with a number of different projects with funding from different sources.

One Place East and Space have come together to work on a 6-month program to get people with a disability and/or those with lived experiences of mental health to get creative and learn new skills when it comes to the world of art.

Information and advice for people who need extra help with on-line applications or using technology (phones, tablets etc.) due to their disability, mental health or long term health condition.

If you or a person you know has an autistic spectrum disorder you can apply for the FREE alert card.

The aim of the scheme is to offer support for those adults who are experiencing mental or emotional distress, living in the London Borough of Redbridge.

Redbridge Dementia Befriending Service aims to improve the quality of life of people with dementia in the community and those in long term care.

We offer a safe, confidential environment for anybody who has experienced crime, harassment or abuse.

Independent and confidential advocacy helps to ensure people are involved in the decisions which affect their lives.

Quality Checkers are made up of people with learning disabilities and carers of those with a learning disability to look at the quality of local services they use.

A mental health user group whose principal aim is to fight for the rights for everyone affected by mental health conditions.

A learning disability user led training group working with professionals and schools.

The Wheelchair Service User Forum is a fantastic opportunity to tell the wheelchair and mobility equipment provider what you think of their service.

One Place Creative (OPC) aims to raise awareness of employment opportunities in the creative industries. Targeted at disabled people, the project also aims to address barriers keeping beneficiaries away from this growing segment of the labour market.

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