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  • ABC Speech-Language Pathology & Educational Services
    Purpose:

    Private practice providing assessment, rehabilitation and support to clients of all ages and their families in speech, language, and learning development.

  • Action on Alzheimer’s and Dementia
    Purpose:

    To support those affected by dementia in Bermuda.

  • Acute Community Mental Health Service
    Purpose:

    This service (sometimes referred to as the Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic) provides assessment and treatment for adults diagnosed with major depressive and bipolar disorders, schizophrenia and other psychological disorders.

    The service also operates a crisis intervention team, which responds to after-hours mental health crises, and features crisis resolution and early intervention care approaches. Liaison psychiatric services are provided to patients in KEMH.

  • ADHD Support Group
    Purpose:

    To support parents whose children have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD.

  • Adult Education School
    Purpose:

    To help build the community by supporting adult learners to achieve their educational and career goals.

  • Adult Immunisation and Travel Health
    Purpose:

    To promote health and prevent disease transmission when travelling abroad.

  • Advanced Home Care
    Purpose:
  • Aerie Foundation
    Purpose:

    The Aerie Foundation empowers members of the community to make positive change with three approaches. First, we initiate new social programs based on identified needs. Second, we work collaboratively with community partners on projects which embody Aerie’s values. Finally, we support other initiatives created and implemented by social entrepreneurs.

  • Afterschool Programme
    Purpose:

    The Afterschool Programme exists to meet the needs of parents/guardians and children, in the community during the school year from Monday to Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Agape House
    Purpose:

    A residential hospice facility for terminally ill patients.

  • Age Concern Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To enhance the quality of life and promote the rights and responsibilities of older adults in Bermuda.

  • Ageing and Disabilities Services
    Purpose:

    To connect, support and advise service providers and service users to enhance the quality of life for seniors and persons with disabilities.

  • Alzheimer’s Family Support Group (Bermuda)
    Purpose:

    To provide emotional support, education and information to family members and friends of those with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.

  • Atlantic Caregiving
    Purpose:

    Our mission is to promote healthy ageing by providing safe, skilled and compassionate care at home with a focus on well being, independence and dignity.

  • Atlantic Medical International
    Purpose:

    Atlantic Medical International (AMI) is Bermuda’s leading supplier of medical products and equipment for the acute and continuing care markets.

  • Bendicion Seniors Home
    Purpose:
  • Bermuda Asthma and Allergy Support Group
    Purpose:

    Provide free practical and illustrative education to the public about asthma and allergy, which is supported by documentation of proven research.

  • Bermuda At Home Services
    Purpose:
  • Bermuda Autism Support and Education Society (BASE)
    Purpose:

    Increase public awareness of autism and help ensure that individuals on the autism spectrum are given opportunities and resources to achieve their full potential.

  • Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre
    Purpose:

    To be a centre of excellence offering comprehensive breast specialist services, early detection, support and education for cancer and other diseases.

  • Bermuda College
    Purpose:

    Community college dedicated to offering the highest standards of academic, technical and professional excellence.

  • Bermuda Diabetes Association
    Purpose:

    To lead the Bermuda community to reduce the prevalence of diabetes and improve the lives of those affected.

  • Bermuda Diabetes Association Resource Centre
    Purpose:

    To lead the Bermuda community to reduce the prevalence of diabetes and improve the lives of those affected.

  • Bermuda Heart Foundation & Core Heart Health Centre
    Purpose:

    Increase awareness of heart disease and cardiac related illness.

  • Bermuda Home Care and Nursing Services
    Purpose:

    Provides nursing visits and home care nursing by professional RN and caring Geriatric Aides. This organization seeks to provide a holistic approach of caring for persons in the comfort of their homes.

  • Bermuda Housing Corporation
    Purpose:

    To provide accessibility to adequate, affordable housing and promote independent living to enhance the quality of life in Bermuda.

  • Bermuda Housing Trust
    Purpose:

    To provide quality, affordable housing for all seniors.

  • Bermuda In Home Care
    Purpose:

    We provide in-home care service that can help prolong an aging person’s ability to live independently and safely. Our in-home care is built around the concept of interactive caregiving, which transforms day-to- day caregiving into opportunities for meaningful conversation and activities. Caregivers are Certified Dementia Practitioners.

  • Bermuda Islands Association of the Deaf
    Purpose:

    To achieve equality of opportunity and full participation in society for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

  • Bermuda Mental Health Foundation
    Purpose:

    • Raise awareness and combat stigma about mental illness, educating and campaigning to improve mental health services.
    • To provide resources that will enhance the care and emotional support for people suffering with mental illness including support for families.

  • Bermuda National Library – Outreach Services
    Purpose:
  • Bermuda National Library – Youth Services
    Purpose:

    To provide educational and recreational materials and services for the positive growth and enjoyment of Bermuda’s youth.

  • Bermuda Organ Donor Association
    Purpose:

    To build awareness of the need for organ donation through education and recruitment activities.

  • Bermuda Paralympic Association
    Purpose:

    To encourage, support and motivate all persons with a disability to participate in sports.

  • Bermuda Red Cross
    Purpose:

    To respond locally and globally to those in need, helping the vulnerable and enabling the community to be prepared and to respond.

  • Bermuda Security Group
    Purpose:

    Security and life safety

  • Bermuda Senior Islanders’ Centre
    Purpose:

    We aspire to create and maintain a community programme for the physical, cultural and spiritual well-being of seniors, children and persons within the island of Bermuda and to operate a centre for the benefit of the public.

  • Bermuda Society for the Blind
    Purpose:

    To promote visual health and empower persons with visual impairment to achieve independence.

  • Bermuda Sport Anti-Doping Authority
    Purpose:

    To encourage a well-educated drug-free sporting community that inspires disciplined, honest and committed athletes.

  • Bermuda Stroke and Family Support Association
    Purpose:

    To deal with the aftermath of stroke by offering support, advice, referrals, options for rehabilitation locally and abroad and coping skills for family and friends.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda
    Purpose:

    An established charitable organisation committed to providing children, primarily from single parent homes, with positive caring role models. The one-on-one relationships enhance their emotional, social and recreational well being.

  • C.A.R.E. Learning Centre
    Purpose:

    C.A.R.E. provides an alternative learning environment for students wishing to continue their educational development and to assist students and adults to upgrade their academic skills, MyGED Testing and computer skills.

  • CADA – Encouraging Responsible Alcohol Behaviour
    Purpose:

    To change Bermuda’s culture towards alcohol.

  • Caregiving Providers
    Purpose:

    To find a caregiving provider visit the website listed in the Details Section of this page.

    Ageing and Disability Services registers caregiving providers who can provide personal home care in the home and be reimbursed by HIP and FutureCare policies. The Registration process provides basic security vetting and sets minimum qualification requirements for caregiving providers. It is the responsibility of each person to ensure the caregiving provider they hire meets their specific needs or the needs of their loved one. The public list of registered caregiving providers is updated periodically.

    Ageing and Disability Services is not liable for any care provided by any registered person and/or registered home care agency. Additionally, Ageing and Disability Services does not have a preferred provider affiliation or a financial interest with any specific home care agency

  • Child and Adolescent Services
    Purpose:

    To provide psychiatric and mental health care for children and adolescents (ages 4–18 years) and their families, in partnership with referral agents and community partners.

  • Child and Family Services
    Purpose:

    To promote and protect the best interest and social well- being of children, adults and families in order to enhance their social functioning and quality of life.

  • Child and School Health
    Purpose:

    To promote and protect the health and wellbeing of infants, Children & Families; and prevent disease in Bermuda’s school aged population.

  • Child Development Programme
    Purpose:

    To identify the specific needs of children aged birth to 4 years and their families; and provide appropriate services to meet those needs.

  • Child Protective Services
    Purpose:

    To investigate, assess and assure services that provide safety and well-being to children who have experienced or are at risk for abuse and/or neglect.

  • Coalition for the Protection of Children
    Purpose:

    To ensure that children in Bermuda have equal access to opportunities and grow up in a safe and nurturing environment.

  • Communicable Disease Control Clinic
    Purpose:

    Management and control of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV disease including other communicable infections.

  • Community Education and Development Programme
    Purpose:

    To educate the community through personal and professional courses that promote life-long learning through the coordination, implementation and delivery of quality programmes, resources and services for youth, adults and seniors.

  • Community Health Nursing
    Purpose:

    To promote individual and community health by providing and coordinating health services to the community.

  • Community Rehabilitation – Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Services
    Purpose:

    Promote health and wellbeing, advocating physical mobility and functional independence for healthy community living.

  • Community Rehabilitation Service
    Purpose:

    The Community Rehabilitation Service is designed to help service users who have experienced severe and enduring mental health disorders adapt to community living by enhancing their existing life skills, social skills and coping techniques.

    The clinical team advocates for the psychiatrically disabled, with particular emphasis on housing, financial support and social equality, as well as working to reduce stigma and promote acceptance through community education.

  • Consumer Affairs
    Purpose:

    To ensure compliance of Consumer Protection and Rent Control Legislation under our remit.

  • Continental Society of Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To foster, promote and develop the welfare of children and youth in our community, and to foster a climate of security and wellbeing in their environment.

  • Corporation of Hamilton
    Purpose:

    VISION: We will be a vibrant, dependable and clean city where services are delivered innovatively and effectively.

    MISSION STATEMENT: To provide effective operations of the city through collaboration of members, management and staff.

  • Counselling and Life Skills Services
    Purpose:

    To provide counselling, support and education services to children, adolescents and their families.

  • Court Social Worker
    Purpose:

    To provide objective reports to the Supreme and Family Courts, Department of Immigration and Overseas Social Service Agencies in relation to custody, access, parental capacity and adoption that is in the best interest of the child.

  • Cynthia’s Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • Dame Marjorie Bean Hope Academy
    Purpose:

    To provide educational and therapeutic services for students with severe special needs aged 4 to 19 years.

  • Depression & Bipolar Support Group
    Purpose:

    The group is open to all those who are living with or suspect they have depression or bipolar.

  • Dorothy Crane Nursing Home
    Purpose:
  • Easter Lily Nursing Home
    Purpose:
  • Elder Home Care Services LTD
    Purpose:

    To provide home-based, supportive assistance with the activities of daily living.

  • Elder Home Services Limited
    Purpose:
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
    Purpose:

    The EAP is a non-profit consortium of public and private sector employers in Bermuda who have joined together to create an organisation able to provide counselling, consulting, and support services to Member Companies and their employees, and acts as a bridge between the work force and community resources. It is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of representatives of participating employers. The EAP of Bermuda staff will train employers how to use the service.
    The Employee Assistance Programme of Bermuda was formed to assist employees with personal and work-related problems. These problems can affect or potentially affect work performance, in addition to causing distress to employees and their families. Employees get help resolving their problems, and the employer benefits by having a better adjusted and more productive employee.

  • Environmental Health, Safety and Health
    Purpose:

    To improve, maintain and promote safety and health and the quality of health in public, private and workplace environments.

  • Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit
    Purpose:

    To assist in the management and monitoring of the status of health in Bermuda through surveillance, assessment, investigation, control and prevention of disease.

  • Essential Home Care
    Purpose:
  • Family Centre
    Purpose:

    To strengthen families and support systems to create a healthier Bermuda for our children.

  • Family Preservation Services
    Purpose:

    To provide therapeutic intervention and support to families deemed to be at risk that preserves families and promotes their well- being and the safety of children.

  • Fight for Life Foundation
    Purpose:

    To provide assistance to Bermudians under 26 years old facing overwhelming costs associated with cancer and other serious medical conditions.

  • Financial Assistance Department
    Purpose:

    To provide financial assistance to Bermudians in need.

  • Focus Counselling Services
    Purpose:

    To provide outreach, treatment and support from the disease of addiction.

  • Foster Care Services
    Purpose:

    To provide alternative living arrangements for children in need of placement outside of their family home.

  • Frances Telford
    Purpose:
  • Friends of Hospice
    Purpose:

    A registered charity providing support for Agape House, Bermuda’s only inpatient hospice facility.

  • Girlguiding Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To develop coping skills, character, responsibility and leadership qualities to enable young ladies to become well-rounded individuals for life’s challenges.

  • Group Homes, Learning Disability Programme
    Purpose:

    There are 13 group homes across the length of Bermuda. Each home supports between four and nine people, with a total of 68 residents across all the group homes. The homes are staffed by community support workers, who are supported by two clinical managers and the members of the multidisciplinary team.

    Two of the group homes have been adapted to enable people who use wheelchairs to be supported with dignity while maximising their independence. One of the properties belongs to BHB, but the other homes are rented on the open market or from Project 100, a charitable organisation established to purchase and adapt suitable houses.

    A small number of service users in group homes are supported into sheltered employment. Up to 25 service users attend the New Dimensions Programme each day, while others are engaged in different community-based activities from the homes. Several of the homes have their own cars/minibuses or can access these on a regular basis.

    Respite care can be provided in three of the group homes. Adults who live in their family home can apply for respite of up to six weeks per year. The aim of respite care is to provide regular breaks for families to enable them to support their family member throughout the rest of the year. Access to respite care is through the team’s social worker. It is usually paid for by the individual’s health insurance or by the family.

  • Habitat for Humanity
    Purpose:

    To address affordable housing in Bermuda by engaging the community in a collaborative process of renovation for those families in need.

  • Health Insurance Department
    Purpose:

    To provide affordable healthcare coverage to improve health outcomes across Bermuda.

  • Health Promotion Office
    Purpose:

    To promote health and wellness in the community, in collaboration with public health partners.

  • Healthy Schools
    Purpose:

    To improve the health and wellbeing of school-aged students through a coordinated, comprehensive partnership between government, schools, families and the community.

  • Herb Garden Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • HIV/AIDS Programme
    Purpose:

    • To prevent the transmission of HIV disease.
    • To assist infected and affected persons with HIV disease with the management of their disease by providing education, treatment and social support.

  • House of Esther
    Purpose:

    To provide long-term and/or short-term care for seniors and disabled persons who are ambulatory, independently mobile, have minor decreased mobility, or decreased functional disabilities (mental or physical). Minimum supervision or assistance with activities of daily living.

  • Human Rights Commission
    Purpose:

    The Human Rights Commission is responsible for administering and enforcing the Human Rights Act 1981 (the Act).

  • ICare Elder Solutions
    Purpose:

    To provide in home care, companionship, respite care and supportive assistance

  • ICSS- Investing in Care, Safety & Security
    Purpose:

    ICSS believes that all clients, families, and loved ones should be able to enjoy their individual lives, with PEACE OF MIND as well as a sense of security. Knowing that should the need ever arise in an emergency that they have an assurance knowing that help can be summoned and dispatched at the press of a button.

  • Inpatient Rehabilitation and Continuing Care, MWI
    Purpose:

    Devon Lodge is an 18-bed unit that provides structured rehabilitation for service users diagnosed with enduring mental health disorders. The rehabilitation programme supports, assists and educates service users to develop life skills that will enable them to resettle into the community.

    Training includes:

    - money management and budget planning
    - behavioural management and social skills
    - self-care, self-medication and domestic skills
    - vocational and recreational skills
    - health and safety education

    The unit also provides respite care to patients service users in the community in order to assist their families and caregivers.

    Reid Ward is a 25-bed unit that provides continuing care for elderly and infirm service users who have a diagnosis of mental illness. The service strives to promote and maintain optimum physical and mental wellbeing for long-term residents of the hospital.

  • Just Between Us
    Purpose:

    An informal self-help group of women who have had breast cancer surgery.

  • K Margaret Carter Centre
    Purpose:

    To provide opportunities that enhances the quality of life for adults 18 and older with cognitive/ developmental or physical disabilities.

  • La Leche League Bermuda
    Purpose:

    Offering breastfeeding support and information for moms and babies in Bermuda.

  • Lady Cubitt Compassionate Association (LCCA)
    Purpose:

    To improve the well-being of those in our community with medical, financial or emotional need with particular compassion for the elderly and children.

  • Learning Disabilities Association of Bermuda (LDAB)
    Purpose:

    To educate and promote awareness on learning differences and disabilities and to provide support to parents and teachers.

  • Lefroy House Care Community
    Purpose:

    To provide residential, personal, nursing, day care services to successfully placed elders in a home environment. We are guided by an elder-directed care philosophy that embraces advocacy, dignity, respect and choice.

  • Lighthouse Medical Supplies Limited
    Purpose:

    We are a Bermuda-based medical, long term care, surgical, dental and laboratory supply and equipment provider. We work with individual customers, insurance companies, medical and dental clinics. Our founders have many years of combined healthcare expertise that we put to work for you. Customer satisfaction is always guaranteed!

  • Living Well Center
    Purpose:
  • Lorraine Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • Lupus Association of Bermuda
    Purpose:

    The primary purpose of the Association is to provide educational and emotional support to Lupus patients, family members and friends. Furthermore, the Association seeks to increase awareness and educate the general public and health professionals in Bermuda about Lupus

  • Maternal Health and Family Planning
    Purpose:

    To provide counselling and evaluation of women of childbearing age on matters of reproductive health. This includes family planning, pregnancy care for under/uninsured women, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, screening for cervical health and other female related cancers.

  • Matilda Smith Williams Nursing Home
    Purpose:
  • Maycare Service
    Purpose:
  • Meals on Wheels
    Purpose:

    Our goal is to prepare and deliver a nutritious meal to those in the community who are incapacitated or are otherwise unable to prepare a nourishing meal on their own and who have no caregiver, friend or family member who can consistently provide this service.

  • Mediation Services
    Purpose:

    To provide a neutral process for the parties in dispute to work towards a positive outcome and allow parents to decide how to effectively co-parent and communicate on critical issues regarding their children.

  • Medical House
    Purpose:

    Medical House, Ltd. is a reliable, caring and responsible business which seeks to give comfort to the sick and elderly by providing reliable services, innovative, quality products and equipment at fair and competitive prices. Through our products and services we will be a source of solutions for all of our valued customers.

  • Medical Social Work
    Purpose:

    To provide social services to patients while hospitalised and upon discharge or transfer.

  • Meet-A-Mum Association (MAMA)
    Purpose:

    To connect families across Bermuda through events, activities and information forums.

  • Mirrors Programme of Bermuda
    Purpose:

    Mirrors creates opportunities for young people to transform their lives through personal development training and coaching services. We foster behavioral changes that promote personal responsibility, healthy relationships and positive contributions to society.

  • Mood and Memory Clinic
    Purpose:

    The Bermuda Hospitals Board Mood and Memory Clinic is designed for people who may be showing signs of dementia. You and your family members will meet with our consultant geriatrician and clinical psychologist, who will advise on appropriate investigations, provide treatment options and discuss all aspects of the illness. By referral only.

  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of Bermuda
    Purpose:

    Help local Bermudians who have been recently diagnosed with MS with the cost of medications, education through meetings and to support and work with persons with multiple sclerosis and their families to better understand and cope with many varied symptoms of the disease.

  • National Drug Control
    Purpose:

    Provide leadership, policy coordination, for planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive national system of alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services.

  • New Dimensions Day Programme
    Purpose:

    The New Dimensions Day Programme provides an array of services for up to 25 service users who attend from our group homes, and some service users who live with their families in the community.

    New Dimensions empowers and supports all service users in their quest to reach their full potential in an inclusive, diverse and creative environment. Service users are encouraged to excel in many different areas, such as arts and crafts, bowling, cricket, fishing, spirituality, exercise, work skills and visiting places of interest in the community.

  • Nutrition Services
    Purpose:

    To provide nutrition advice to governmental and non- governmental agencies including schools, rest homes and prisons in the promotion of healthy eating behaviours.

    To provide counselling and health promotion activities to assist in the reduction and/or prevention of chronic diseases within the population.

  • Office of the Ombudsman for Bermuda
    Purpose:

    The Office of the Ombudsman is an independent non- government office open to the public. The Office investigates complaints about the administrative actions of public authorities. Including government departments, boards and bodies established or funded by the legislature.

  • Office of the Tax Commissioner
    Purpose:

    To administer the collection of taxes and duties according to legislation.

  • Open Airways
    Purpose:

    Open Airways aims to improve the health and well-being of over 8,000 people living in Bermuda whose lives are affected by asthma and other long-term breathing difficulties.
    Open Airways is the only registered charity in Bermuda with qualified health care professionals, who have specialised in respiratory care. Open Airways is the lead agency for asthma for the Department of Health’s Well Bermuda: A National Health Promotion Strategy.

  • Oral Health
    Purpose:

    To Improve oral health status for all Bermudian residents.

  • Packwood Home
    Purpose:
  • PALS Cancer Care in Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To provide cancer patients with quality care primarily in the home setting in order to enhance quality of life. To provide support and assistance to cancer patients and their families.

  • Pathways Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To provide a holistic and compassionate environment in which those affected by substance use and drug addiction may have a permanent path to recovery, healing and understanding of the disease of addiction.

  • PRIDE Bermuda (Parent Resource Institute for Drug Education Bermuda)
    Purpose:

    To provide drug prevention education – preventing substance abuse amongst Bermuda’s youth.
    MISSION: To Prevent the Use and Abuse of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Amongst Our Youth.

  • Project Action
    Purpose:

    Project Action provides free transportation for seniors and persons with physical disabilities island-wide.

  • Project Ride
    Purpose:

    Project Ride is a teenage cycle training course designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to tackle Bermuda’s congested roads.

  • Residential Treatment Centres
    Purpose:

    To provide care, protection and treatment in a residential setting to adolescents in crisis with family preservation and reunification as the goal.

  • Salvation Army Emergency Housing
    Purpose:

    A team of lay persons and professional staff who acknowledge God's love and the teachings of His Son. This guides us in providing rehabilitative care and shelter to homeless and displaced persons; assuring them a safe environment where the individual's physical, spiritual, psychological and social needs are attended to with compassion.

  • Sandys Community Centre
    Purpose:

    We will work to contribute to the physical, emotional and social growth and development of the community by offering a varied range of recreational experiences.

  • Savvy Consultancy Aging Service
    Purpose:
  • SCARS (Saving Children and Revealing Secrets)
    Purpose:

    To reduce the risk of child sexual abuse and to be an advocate and voice for children who have been sexually molested as well as their affected family.

  • Senior Citizens Week Committee
    Purpose:
  • Senior Discounts and Exemptions
    Purpose:

    Many institutions, organizations and businesses offer discounts to seniors who often live on fixed incomes.

  • Seniors’ Learning Centre
    Purpose:

    To promote life-long learning for over 55s and offers more than 30 educational courses, programmes and events.

  • Serenity Gardens Nursing Home
    Purpose:

    To provide a safe and serene 24 hour residential care environment for your loved one.

  • Serenity Palms Nursing Home
    Purpose:

    To provide a safe and serene 24 hour residential care home for your loved one.

  • Social Insurance Department
    Purpose:

    We commit to administer and protect the benefits of our social insurance programmes to the highest standards within the community.

  • Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality – Bermuda Chapter
    Purpose:

    To provide and distribute accessible information to be used by locals as well as our visitors. We assist other charities where it is possible within our mission statement.

  • Solutions for Seniors
    Purpose:

    To provide careful design solutions for seniors' security and comfort.

  • Special Olympics Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To offer children and adults with intellectual disabilities with year round training and competition in summer and winter sports.

  • Special Person’s Card
    Purpose:

    Special persons cards are available to person over 65years of age or persons with a disability for free access to public transportation.

  • Speech Language Services
    Purpose:

    To assess and treat children (birth – 18), some adults and seniors identified with communication and/or swallowing difficulties. To raise public awareness of strategies and techniques to build communications skills.

  • St. John Ambulance Bermuda
    Purpose:

    To serve our community by providing first-aid training and the provision of first-aid personnel at community events.

  • St. Moritz Seniors Residental Home
    Purpose:
  • STAR (Supportive Therapy for Persons with AIDS and their families)
    Purpose:

    To give comprehensive support to persons infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

  • Summerhaven Residential Home
    Purpose:

    Summerhaven Trust is an assisted living residential complex that provides the opportunity for people with physical disabilities to live in the community.

  • Sunny Vale Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • Sunset View Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • Sylvia Richardson Care Facility
    Purpose:

    To provide residential, nursing and day care to seniors in a multi-level residential care facility.

  • Teen Services/Teen Haven
    Purpose:

    Mission Statement: “To empower Bermuda’s youth, particularly at-risk girls, by promoting healthy development, through ongoing education, counselling and support."

  • The Centre Against Abuse
    Purpose:

    Centre Against Abuse provides safe shelter, support and tools to those involved in domestic abuse; and to create domestic abuse prevention advocates through education and prevention.

    Centre Against Abuse provides crisis support services to men and women affected by domestic violence & sexual assault and educates the community to reduce incidences in these areas in order to provide building blocks for healthy relationships.

  • The Reading Clinic
    Purpose:

    Helping children with learning differences to learn, grow and soar!

  • TLC Homecare Ltd.
    Purpose:

    Our purpose is to support independent in-home living through the provision of short and long-term care solutions.

  • Tomorrow’s Voices
    Purpose:

    To treat children diagnosed with Autism, PDD, or other developmental disabilities between the ages of two and 21 years.

  • Transport Control Department
    Purpose:

    To ensure that all vehicles and drivers operating on Bermuda’s roads meet an acceptable standard.

  • Vector Control Programme
    Purpose:

    To prevent illnesses borne by vectors such as rodents and mosquitoes.

  • Wellness Clinics
    Purpose:

    To provide preventive health services to promote healthy choices and lifestyles.

  • Westmeath Residential and Nursing Care Home
    Purpose:

    Westmeath has moved towards providing person centered care with a greater emphasis to provide a psycho-social model of care for older adults. We allow the individual to be cared for in a social environment meeting their medical needs and increasing their value of life.

  • Windreach Bermuda
    Purpose:

    WindReach Bermuda exists to enrich the quality of life for people with special needs.

  • Wings of Love Home Care Agency
    Purpose:

    We aim to provide quality, affordable home care services & support to help meet the physical & emotional needs of our clients & their families. By providing your loved ones with quality in-home care, we help them to remain in a familiar environment... Helping them to feel safe, reduce stress, while allowing them to maintain independence.

  • Women’s Treatment Centre
    Purpose:

    The WTC provides drug rehabilitation services to addicted females in a residential setting for at least one year and Aftercare support two years after treatment completion.

  • Yellow Roses Rest Home
    Purpose:
  • Youthnet
    Purpose:

    School-based mentoring programme.