Over 18's borough guides

Hillingdon

Barnhill Community Centre is a non-profitable charity organisation on the borders of Hayes and Northolt providing a whole array of events, activities, a place to meet and socialise with people of all ages and cultures.

To promote the positive use of Barra Hall Park and its’ facilities; including the hall itself. To continue to work and enhance the park to its’ former glory and to provide activities and events to the community.

The Advice, Information and Care Service provides, information, advice, advocacy and support to members of the local community who have issues concerning: housing, benefits, consumer affairs, debt, hate crime, domestic violence etc.

Phone
01895 444406
Referral
Self

Young persons sexual health and counselling service. Free and confidential service aimed at young people aged under 25 years old.

Phone
0808 802 1234
Referral
Self

A DofE programme is a real adventure from beginning to end. It doesn't matter who you are or where you're from. You just need to be aged between 14 and 24 and realise there's more to life than sitting on a sofa watching life pass you by.

Phone
01895 470093
Referral
Self

East African Counselling And Support is a voluntary organisation which aims to promote good mental health. The focus is on the East African community living in the UK. EACAS facilitates counselling and support for families and individuals.

Create and improve green spaces for community benefit and to reconnect people with nature. Provide training and support to help those furthest from the job market back into work. Promote greener living and working to help families and individuals save money, resources and reduce waste.

Phone
01895 832662
Referral
Self

Non-profit organisation whose aim is to develop, organise and promote BMX racing in the Hillingdon Borough and surrounding area.

Phone
01895 277766
Referral
Self

This family support service for families in Hillingdon and the surrounding area was set up to offer a service, free at the point of access that would be available to all and completely independent of statutory agencies.

Phone
01895 252 804
Referral
Self

HAGAM has been providing addiction treatment and support services to the community since 1985.

Phone
01895 207 788 or 0208 848 3456
Referral
Self

Hillingdon AIDS Response Trust is a community based charity which has been providing services for people affected by HIV & AIDS.

Phone
01895 813874
Referral
Self

The Citizens Advice service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.

Phone
01895 422479
Referral
Self

Hillingdon Asian Women’s Group Offer opportunities to enable Asian women to access employment skills, education and training. Provide information, counselling, support and guidance especially in relation to social services, health, housing, education, welfare benefits and childcare, to help to enable access to these services. They run English as a second language classes, computer training, health workshops and talks.

Phone
0208 561 0231
Referral
Self

At Hillingdon Carers we are committed to making every carer contact count. We provide advice, information support and a broad range of services that help carers with their caring roles.

Phone
01895 811206
Referral
Self

Hillingdon Drug & Alcohol Services (HDAS) is a community drug and alcohol treatment and recovery service. It provides assessment and short-term treatment, and helps individuals to access other support services.

Phone
01895 207777
Referral
Professional

We are an independent legal advice service managed by local people and employing professionally qualified staff. We are a registered charity and have not-for-profit contracts with the Legal Aid Agency.

Phone
0208 561 9400
Referral
Self

Provide counselling for those with mental illnesses, anger management and LGBT support.

Phone
01895 271559
Referral
Self

Welcoming and supporting young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees aged 16-21 years in the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Phone
01895 434 728
Referral
Self

Samaritans are available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.

Phone
01895 253355
Referral
Self

Hillingdon Women's Centre are a charitable organisation that is there to provide a women only, safe and confidential space for all women aged 18 and over. The aim is to enable all women to obtain information and advice relating to a wide range of matters such as: legal advice, benefits, housing, violence against women, education, training, health, workshops, social activities, support groups and much more.

Phone
01895 259578
Referral
Self

For anyone aged 16-24 who is gang-involved or gang-affiliated to get support to exit

Phone
0207 021 0301
Referral
Self Professional

First point of contact to access adult mental health services

Phone
0800 0234 650
Referral
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Website
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Email
cnw-tr.spa@nhs.net

Provides advice and support to a small group of homeless women, giving them time and space to develop skills to cope alone in the community and come to terms with the responsibilities of parenthood. Five bedsit hostel in Hayes.

Recycle-a-Bike is a volunteer-based organisation that helps people that suffer from mental health illness and provides support, training and a stepping stone back to employment.

Phone
01895 347210
Referral
Self

Based at Hillingdon Hospital. Offers a range of services aimed at people who are concerned about their sexual wellbeing, and for people who are living with HIV infection or AIDS.

Phone
01895 279537
Referral
Self and Professional

If you've been a victim of any crime or have been affected by a crime committed against someone you know, we can help you find the strength to deal with what you've been through. Our services are free and available to everyone, whether or not the crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened.

Phone
020 7259 2424
Referral
Self and Professional

Set up to provide housing and on-going support to ex-offenders on release from prison.

Phone
0207 924 6727
Referral
Self

One of our key aspirations is to help forge greater unity between British Bangladeshis and the wider community living in West London and the surrounding area through basic education and events celebrating the rich culture, heritage and history of Bangladesh, particularly targeting the younger generation.

Phone
0845 3870207
Referral
Self

Our mission is to empower Somalilanders in West London to enable them to participate meaningfully in the society as confident citizens.

Phone
020 8848 1180
Referral
Self