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What we do

Certitude provides support to people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health support needs across the capital, from essential round-the-clock support, to helping after a period of crisis to rebuild connections in the community.
We encourage people to find new interests, make new friends, get out and have fun. 
We run various programmes, workshops and initiatives that are all geared towards supporting people to live the life they want:
Finding a place to call home: We have both Registered Care and Supported Living opportunities available. Like any home, each one is unique, so please take a look and get in touch to find out more.

Connect & Do
is a community hub that brings people together based on their shared hobbies and interests. Our activities are currently a mix of online and face to face. Find out more: Connect & Do.

Solidarity in a Crisis
is a peer-led initiative with a crisis cafe and confidential helpline to support those experiencing a mental health crisis. Find out more and how to get in touch: Solidarity in a Crisis.

Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham
 supports people who are facing multiple disadvantage, such as mental ill-health, homelessness/or at risk of homelessness, substance use and/or offending histories. Find out more: Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.

Treat Me Right!
delivers awareness training to health and social care professionals and other services across London, so they can better understand the experiences of people with autism and learning disabilities. Find out more: Treat Me Right

More information about what we do

Our Family Support team offer advice, support and information to families and carers of people we support.

Providing support which is personalised and holistic; a blend of people and approaches and  tailored to an individual‘s needs and wants.

Our Outreach services support people who live in their own home and need support with some day to day tasks.

Shared Lives is a quality alternative to residential care settings where people live as part of a family.

For some people, due to the complexity of the support they need, we provide registered care home support.

We provide lots of opportunities for people to get out and about, take part in activities, make friends and learn something new.