Over 18's borough guides

Tower Hamlets

Community mental health team.

Phone
020 3487 1350 or 020 3487 1351
Referral
Professional

A user run mental health social club running several groups including woman’s group and the ‘Outward Club’ providing cooked meals and refreshments and a range of activities including table tennis, pool, massage, exercise and relaxation, TV, video, DVD, music, prize bingo, visits to cinema as well as outings.

Phone
020 7364 5531
Referral
Self

Specifically designed to work with individuals who are NEET or at risk of offending.
Engage with the most hard to reach young men who are vulnerable and feel excluded from the wider society and main- stream provisions. Organising educational, social, recreational, religious activities of a non-party political nature, for young people in particular.

Phone
020 7488 1831 or 07961 787 353
Referral
Self

The community mental health teams focusing on the care of people with severe and enduring mental health problems. The teams provide early assessment, comprehensive programmes of treatment and continuing care for clients.

Phone
020 7791 8299 or 020 7791 8298
Referral
Professional

Connexions is an advice service for young people aged 13 to 19. The Connexions office is a one stop shop, open during normal office hours, for young people in Tower Hamlets. Young people can pop in to see a personal advisor for advice on any difficult issues that they may be facing.

Phone
020 7364 3222
Referral
Self

Engaging young people (13-19) from the Bede Estate to become positive citizens in the area by providing structured leaning and social activities. Activities on site include indoor football, badminton, pool, table tennis, Xbox, discussions, board games and decks. Also cooking, art, DIY, fitness and other projects as planned. Trips and adventure activities in the school holidays and a camping week in the summer.

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

Phone
0207 021 0301
Referral
Self Professional

A community mental health charity. Providing a wide range of services for people living in Tower Hamlets who have experienced mental health problems.

Phone
020 7510 1081
Referral
Self

London’s leading community-based HIV charity, providing better futures for people living with HIV or affected by HIV. Working to support people affected by HIV. Providing a wide range of groups, some open to all and others are just for gay men or Africans/Caribbean’s, in various locations across East London.

Phone
020 7791 2855
Referral
Self

Rainbow Hamlets is an independent charity support Gay, Lesbian, bi-sexual and trans community in Tower Hamlets. Rainbow run events, newsletters, and offer support around hate crime.

Phone
0207 364 7003
Referral
Self

Mental Health Carer Support services for carers in London Borough of Tower Hamlets. 1-2-1 and group support available.

Community Café serving breakfasts and lunches, Pensioner groups, Parent and Toddler group, Youth Groups, School support and student mentoring, Church services.

Phone
020 7987 9405
Referral
Self

Step Forward provides a wide range of unique, innovative and responsive services to young people. These include free, independent and confidential information, advice, counselling, personal development and family support services. In partnership with the NH. They also host a weekly sexual health clinic. This provides free access and information to advice and support about sexual health.

Phone
020 7739 3082
Referral
Self

24hour a day, 7 days a week service, helping people that have been raped or sexually assaulted. Confidential medical and support service. Based in Tower Hamlets but serving other boroughs.

Phone
020 3299 1599
Referral
Self