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We offer high quality services to local residents seeking support with their disability and/or mental health illness

One Place East is a user led organisation based in the London Borough of Redbridge.

  • To promote equality and inclusion for Disabled people and people with lived experience of mental health problems

  • To develop high-quality, culturally appropriate, accessible services for Disabled people and people with lived experience of mental health problems

  • To work in partnership to influence policy and to promote best practice
  • To challenge the stigma and discrimination that Disabled people and people experiencing and recovering from mental health problems encounter in their everyday life

  • To develop a strong and influential collective voice


One Place East exists to enable disabled people and those with health conditions in Redbridge and across East London to have choices and improved lives.

We deliver our mission by: –

  • Providing accessible information and advice
  • Improving access to services and breaking barriers by facilitating the voice and representation of those with lived experience
  • Delivering direct services supporting people to be healthy, happy and living as part of the wider community
  • Creating sustainable models of peer support
  • Delivering a range of quality training and personal development opportunities
  • Promoting social inclusion and equality
  • Providing high quality, locally focused independent advocacy

Engaging people with lived experience of using services to run our charity and help identify needs is core to our governance.

We are a single information and service access point. This enables us to put the person at the centre of everything we do. A holistic approach ensures we fill the gaps in support that other providers leave.

One Place East is committed to ensuring that all our employees, sessional staff, paid service user representatives and peer supporters are paid the London Living Wage.

Inclusive We recognise the diversity of our residents, service users, trustees, employees and volunteers and strive to engage them all and treat them fairly and equally

Accessible We aim to deliver our activities in a friendly, approachable manner and in ways that reduce barriers to access and fill gaps in local provision

Empowering We support and develop the potential of our service users, employees and volunteers

Flexible We aim to adapt what we do and how we do it to improve the experience and outcomes of service users, volunteers and employees

Integrity We demonstrate honesty, fairness, openness and clear boundaries in all we do

Passion We will stand up for what we believe in, and go the extra mile in all our activity






Join us to relax and enjoy a film of your choice. Participants are encouraged to all put forward some suggestions so we can rotate films monthly.

Laugh-Able Comedy Night – Friday 6th December 2019

December 6, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Mark is an up and coming Autistic Comedian from Gants Hill. This area has been known for producing a wide range of talented performers. It’s also where the cast of TOWIE film their show!


Donate and help us

For us to continue to run our projects and help those in need in our community we need your support. If you can help us then donations are welcome.

  • 98-100 Ilford Lane, Ilford IG1 2LD