Thursday, 24 April 2008


The Voyssi Training is running its final seminar for the multi-cultural and diverse groups of Islington. This training has been designed to meet the needs of the local groups to improve their practice and develop their staff and volunteers.

Monday 28th April 2008 the Seminar training seesion is on 'Women, families and youth. The effects of substance misuse on the family network'.

If you wish to attend please call Georgina Gavriel on 020 7700-2601 to book a place. (Lunch is included)

The seminars are free for Islington Groups.

ECO SERVICE- lead provider for homelessness

Islington ECO Service was named by the DAAT and Safer Islington Partnership as the lead voluntary sector provider for the homeless and street population within the Borough.

This brings a holistic approach to the needs of the vulnerable and complex needs people who cannot access services.

The service runs from Sunday to Friday days and nights. Sessions are delivered at the Manna Centre, AAB, St. James' Shelter and St. Johns' Shelter.

ECO also works in partnership with the Street Wardens, DART Team, Angel Drug Service, N7 and New Horizon's WOS.

Friday, 11 April 2008


Pilion's ECO Service received earlier this month a grant from Quakers Homeless Action in support of their work with the vulerable and entrenched people who live and use the streets of inner London.

Wednesday, 9 April 2008


VOYSSI PROJECT is running a free training session for the multi-cultural and diverse community services in Islington on Monday 14th April 2008.

The topic is on Mental Health our communities and accessing services.

If you are interested in booking a place for your staff and volunteers pelase call Georgina Gavriel on 020 7700-2601 or e-mail her on