Over 18's borough guides

Sutton

The project currently provides emotional, practical and social support to alcohol and substance users, including people who misuse or are dependent on legal substances and prescribed medications, legal highs or club drugs. CDSSL also provides a comprehensive support system to the families and carers of the current groups mentioned above.

Phone
020 8773 9393
Referral
Self and Professional

South Thames Crossroads was established in 1986 to provide relief from the stresses experienced by the people who “look after” or care for children and adults with a health need caused by disability, illness or age and need additional community-based support. Our services cover the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Croydon, Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth.

Phone
020 8648 9677
Referral
Self and Professional

Helpline providing emotional support by listening to all your family problems, for example abuse, bereavement, children, teenagers, depression, isolation drugs and alcohol (this list is not exhaustive).

Phone
0808 800 5678
Referral
Self

A Sutton based charity supporting parents and carers of challenging children. HELPP welcome parents with children who have:
• ADHD
• Asperger's
• Autistic Spectrum Disorders

or who have
• problems making friends
• with social disorders
• with communication disorders
• coping at school or "refusers"
• making the transition from junior to senior school

and parents worried about
• drugs and alcohol
• peer pressure
• behaviour
• and many other issues including those relevant for foster carers

Phone
020 8288 1039
Referral
Self and Professional

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

Phone
0207 021 0301
Referral
Self Professional

Mentoring supports children and young people aged 8-21 years who live in the London Borough of Sutton or are classed as a Sutton Child. Mentoring can take place in the community or in a school setting.

Phone
020 8661 5900
Referral
Self

This is a service for people between 17 and 35 year old who have had symptoms of psychosis for the first time to minimise the impact it has on them and their family.

Merton and Sutton Mediation help local people resolve disputes through talking about the situation. They try to get the clients to reach an agreement about what is needed to improve things. They also carry out other community projects aimed at bringing people together across different generations and backgrounds.

Phone
020 8545 3499
Referral
Self

A self-help group for people who suffer from anxiety, panic attacks and phobias.

Phone
020 8644 0363
Referral
Self

Off the Record is a confidential service for 11-21 year olds to give free counselling sessions and to give advice to their problems and support.

The UK’s longest-running charity supporting children and families living with HIV and AIDS. Offering family support services, regular sessions for children and young people who are in particular need of support, young peoples' sessions, counselling and peer support.

Phone
0207 738 7333
Referral
Self and Professional

Helpline for victims of rape and sexual abuse.

Phone
Helpline 0808 802 9999
Referral
Self

A centre working for the community, with the community, in the community. A large range of activities is offered for all ages and there are opportunities for volunteering.

Phone
020 8669 9050
Referral
Self

S.U.N is a service to help people cope with personality disorders and emotional/ behavioural disorders and support them.

Sutton and Merton IAPT provide a level of treatment appropriate to the patient’s level of need in psychological therapy.

Phone
0800 032 4207
Referral
Self and Professional

Sutton Community Farm is a community farm started in 2010 to increase access to fresh, healthy, sustainable food. It also provides a shared space for people to cultivate skills, get exercise and make friends.

Phone
07722 156097
Referral
Self

The Sutton LGBT Forum is a volunteer run organisation created to help all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people living in Sutton and its surrounding neighbourhoods. Working with the local authorities, public and voluntary organisation, we aim to challenge any type of discrimination and promote equality in any service provision. The Sutton LGBT Forum runs regular local social events, advice projects, workshops and a youth service, all with the aim of helping and strengthening the LGBT the community in Sutton. The Forum also offers opportunities to become involved through volunteering.

Phone
07508 421847
Referral
Self and Professional

Sutton Mental Health Foundation provides facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare, with the object of improving quality of life.

Phone
020 8770 0172
Referral
Self

Uplift is a free NHS/voluntary sector partnership service for people living in Sutton or experiencing these kinds of emotional or psychological difficulties. We also offer a service to people experiencing or recovering from other mental health difficulties such as Psychosis and Bi Polar Affective Disorder. The service is available to people who are 18 years and over who live in Sutton or have are registered with a Sutton GP.

Phone
0800 032 1411
Referral
Self

SWC is a local organisation run by women and provides local women with information, support, advice on local services and education.

Phone
0208 661 1991
Referral
Self

The Vine Project finds new homes for unwanted furniture and kitchen appliances, providing a wide range of good quality items at affordable prices. By doing this, the project supports local communities and families in need, as well as offering training and employment opportunities. The project has a shop in Sutton.

Phone
020 8685 6640
Referral
Self

Volunteer Centre Sutton is the largest in the country, delivering a broad portfolio of services to enhance community well-being through voluntary action, encouraging and supporting everybody who lives in or visits the London Borough of Sutton to volunteer with a positive outcome.

Phone
020 8661 5900
Referral
Self