Jalon Valley Help
Jalon Valley Help is a voluntary organisation founded in 1992 and run by unpaid volunteers in order to help those in need within the Vall de Pop, and to support local charities and organisations.
We raise funds through our Charity shops in Jalón and Alcalalí, by donations and through regular events, such as the May Fayre, the Auction and the Christmas Bazaar.
We support those in need and distribute funds to local charities and institutions.
New Cancer Chat and Support
The Black Apple, Jalon
Monthly meetings, see Whats On page for details
Cancer Chat and Support run drop-in centres in Jalon and Orba.
Cancer doesn't discriminate, we're here to help
Contact: [email protected] or telephone 605 021 282
Help Hospital Desk – Hospital de Denia (La Xara)
If you have any queries regarding the Hospital de Denia, our volunteers will do their best to help you.
If you know when your appointment is, but feel you might need the assistance of our interpreter, call the “HELP” desk with all the necessary information: date, time, SIP number, department, etc. The volunteer on the desk will be able to arrange this for you – but please give plenty of time.
The direct line to the “HELP” desk at the hospital is 96 642 9346 10.00 to 13.30
MABS Cancer Support Group – Marina Alta
Help and Support for you and those close to you - just a phone call away
For more information and telephone numbers in English, Spanish, German and Dutch click here
Contact – www.mabscancersupport.org
Costa Blanca Samaritans
Call 902 88 35 35
For more information visit www.costablancasamaritans.com
We are a Costa Blanca secular charity dedicated to helping ease the isolation of one-parent families with an on-call network of support. Our aim is to offer help in many forms such as Mentoring, counselling, legal information, medical help , relaxation treatments, translation and much more. We also try to get lone mums and dads into the right positive mindset through a series of workshops designed to improve the self-esteem of both parents and children whilst helping to deal with the emotional and mental stress of raising a family single-handed.
For more information click www.guardian-angels.es