Under 18's borough guides

Bromley

A scout group for those young people who are unable to access mainstream scouting due to their additional needs. 4 groups for aged 8-10, 11-13, 14-18 and 19-25.

Phone
0208 462 4432, 0845 300 1818 or 020 8433 7100
Referral
Self

KCA’s Young Persons’ Service is for young people under 18 in the London Borough of Bromley who want advice, information and support around their alcohol or drug use.

Phone
020 8460 9952
Referral
Self

Runs a number of schemes which include volunteering opportunities in 14 libraries. Requiring volunteers to help children take part in the Summer Reading Challenge in libraries during the summer holidays.

Help and guidance for parents and carers, and young people with special educational needs (SEN) have needs or disabilities that affect their ability to learn.

Phone
020 8461 7777
Referral
Self - Online information

Bromley parkrun is a free weekly 5km event for runners of all standards. It offers an opportunity for all the local community, male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy the beautiful park and get physically active.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self

Bromley Y is a long established local agency offering free therapeutic support to young people between the ages of 0 -18 years. Bromley Y aims to provide a safe, friendly environment for young people to explore the difficulties that they may be experiencing, helping them to identify new ways forward.

Phone
020 3770 8848
Referral
Self and Professional

Bromley Youth Council enables young people to have a say in how local services are organised and connects them with local democracy.

Centre based youth work for 13-19 year olds across the borough of Bromley. Advice and support on substance misuse, education, employment, sexual health, mental health, learning disabilities. Projects and sessions for young people with disabilities, young people with behavioural problems.

Phone
020 8777 7350
Referral
Self

Bromley Youth Support Programme (BYSP) brings together different services for young people. If you want something to do or need extra help then BYSP can support you. Support with careers advice, sports and art activities.

Phone
020 8466 3080
Referral
Self

Provides mental health services to children and their families living in the borough of Bromley. It also provides advice, consultation and support to other individuals and agencies involved in providing services to children and young people.

Phone
020 8466 9988 or 020 8315 4430
Referral
Professional
Website
http://www.oxleas.nhs.uk
Email

A free 24 hour helpline for children and young people in the UK.

Phone
0800 1111
Referral
Self

The Children and Young People's Service has a duty to investigate any concerns about a child aged under 18 who lives in the borough or who is 'looked after' by the Local Authority, who may be in need of protection from physical, sexual or emotional abuse or from neglect.

Phone
0300 303 8671. Out of hours service 020 8461 7373 / 7379 / 7404 / 7309 / 7026
Referral
Professional

Provide information and advice on a number of areas including welfare benefits, debt and employment amongst others. The advice offered is free, confidential, independent and impartial.

Phone
020 8315 1940
Referral
Self

Caring for children with special needs and disabilities and those in need of care and protection.

Phone
020 8466 9988 or 020 8315 8880
Referral
Professional

Works with 16-35 year olds experiencing psychosis

Phone
01689 892 300
Referral
Health Professional
Website
n/a
Email

The Latch Project finds accommodation for homeless young people in the London Borough of Bromley, aged 16 to 25, using spare rooms in the homes of ordinary householders.

Phone
020 8460 0042
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

Met-Track aims to offer sport as the healthy alternative in life to young people who might not otherwise necessarily get the opportunity. Its overarching aim is to reduce anti-social behaviour and offending by young people across London.

Phone
07590 730 215
Referral
Self

The National Careers Service website provides careers advice and information on a wide range of jobs, training course resources and funding.

Phone
0800 100 900
Referral
Self

The Candle Project is a bereavement service for children, young people and families in SE London.

Phone
020 8768 4500
Referral
Self

Victim Support is the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales.

Phone
0808 1689 111
Referral
Self and Professional

Youth offending teams work with young people that get into trouble with the law. They look into the background of a young person and try to help them stay away from crime. They also:
• run local crime prevention programmes
• help young people at the police station if they’re arrested
• help young people and their families at court
• supervise young people serving a community sentence
• stay in touch with a young person if they’re sentenced to custody