Over 18's borough guides

Hounslow

In an adult placement, you share your carer's home in your local community. The adult placement carer gives you support and you will share daily life with them. There can be different types of placement, offering a home, a short break (respite) or support with an activity

Phone
020 8487 5315
Referral
Self and Professional

The Asian Family Counselling Service is aimed at all members of the South Asian communities above the age of 16. They offer caring, personal and confidential counselling in a variety of languages with an awareness of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Phone
020 8571 3933 or 020 88139714
Referral
Self

First point of contact to access adult mental health services

Phone
020 8483 1556
Referral
Self & Professional
Website
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Email

Sexual health services for young people. If you’re aged 16 - 24 and live in London you can order a FREE Chlamydia Home testing Kit.

Phone
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Referral
Self

A keen community of growers who have established a Community Kitchen Garden. Our aim is to bring back the tradition of growing produce on the site and to create a friendly and interesting activity space for local volunteers.

Hounslow contraceptive clinics provide: contraceptive advice and treatments, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, referral for termination of pregnancy and options counselling.

Phone
020 8321 5718
Referral
Self

A service for residents of Hounslow aged 18+ which aims to provide information and support to individuals with substance abuse issues.

Phone
020 8577 6059
Referral
Self

Works with 18-35 year olds experiencing psychosis

Phone
020 8483 1445
Referral
Self, Family & Professional
Website
n/a
Email

Early Help Hounslow (EHH) is the initial point of contact for all enquiries from professionals and members of the public requesting information, advice and guidance or access to services within the Early Intervention Service

Phone
020 8583 6600 option 1
Referral
Self and Professional

Home-Start helps families with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. They support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children.

Phone
020 8577 9552
Referral
Self

There are three Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB) within the London borough of Hounslow that provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities , regardless of race, gender, sexuality and disability.

Phone
020 8572 1082
Referral
Self

The Sports and Community Development Team is dedicated to increasing participation in sport within the London Borough of Hounslow.

Hounslow has a network of 11 libraries across the borough that offer a range of services to residents and communities. Anyone can join a Hounslow library for free. You can reserve books, audio books, CDs & DVDs and even access the internet!

Mind in Ealing and Hounslow works to promote good mental health in our local community. We do this through empowering people to lead independent lives, through raising awareness and through advocating for change.

Phone
0208 571 7454
Referral
Self

Hounslow Youth Counselling Service (HYCS) offers a free confidential counselling service for all young people between the ages of 11 and 26 who live, work or study, in the London Borough of Hounslow.

Phone
0208 568 1818. Text: 07784 481 308
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

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service (SEND IASS) provides free impartial and confidential information, advice and support about special educational needs and disability across the range of special educational needs (SEN), and health and social care where related to SEN.

Phone
020 8583 2607
Referral
Self and Professional

The Hounslow Adult Autism Assessment and Diagnostic Service provides specialist diagnostic assessments for adults residing in Hounslow or who have a Hounslow CCG GP who may benefit from the clarification of a possible diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC).

VoiceAbility supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. It makes the difference between being in control, having rights that are respected and living life to the full, and being ignored.

Phone
0300 330 5471. Text 07860 022939
Referral
Self

Young carers are children under 18. The Hounslow Young Carers Footprints project is available to young carers aged 5-18 in full time education. Being a young carer means they live with a family member with a long-term health condition, who need their care. The person receiving the care is often a parent, but can also be a sibling, grandparent or other relative who is disabled, has some chronic illness, mental health difficulty or substance misuse addiction.

Phone
07508 000 152 or 020 8583 5862
Referral
Self

This service is specifically for young fathers aged 25 years and under in Hounslow. The aim of the service is to prepare and skill up the father/father-to-be with what is a life changing period in their life.