In the Community

Welcome to our In the Community page where you’ll find information about local organizations dedicated to helping Sevenfields residents in various ways.

Whether you’re seeking health and wellbeing support, specialized assistance for rough sleepers, housing solutions, debt management advice, or sexual health services, these organisations are here to help. 


Community Connections Lewisham: Connect you with groups, activities and services in your local community that can support your health and wellbeing.

Downham Community: Sevenfields works closely with the Downham Community, helping to improve health and wellbeing for the community. To find out more about past, present and future projects, please click here.  


Healthwatch Lewisham: Your local health and social care champion. They act as a bridge between the public and service providers, ensuring that the views and experiences of people using these services are heard and used to improve them.

Housing and Homelessness

Drive for Change

Offer practical support and advice to people experiencing homelessness. This is an initiative run by the Change Please Foundation. Services available on board the bus on Tuesdays from 10:00am – 4:00pm at Molesworth Car Park (Opposite Lewisham shopping centre) Lewisham, SE13 7EY. You can download their flyer here. They also offer a Podiatry Clinic. For more information, see their flyer here.



Imago provide support for unpaid adult carers, young adult carers and young carers in Lewisham. They offer group support, emotional and practical support, activities, guidance on your caring role, and much more. You can be referred to this service by a professional, or you can self-refer. You can find out more about how to access this service and what they can offer by visiting their website via this link.


Resources for Autism

Resources for Autism provide practical services for children and adults with a diagnosis of autism and for those who love and care for them. They have a team of trained, enthusiastic and kind staff and volunteers offering a wide range of support. All the staff are autism specialists who understand communication and sensory needs. You can find out more about what they do by watching this video or by visiting their website. You can also download a copy of their flyer here.

Resources for Autism are very excited to start a new project in Lewisham and Southwark, over the next five years. The key objectives will be to support young people 16 to 25 year olds, semi independent/ independent; with transitional milestones and social groups. RFA will also be delivering parents workshops coffee mornings and fully funded trainings for organisations. If you are interested, please email [email protected]

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