Under 18's borough guides

Ealing

Substance misuse support and information service for young people and their families.

Phone
020 7251 5860
Referral
Self

Providing information & support for young people who experience eating disorder.

Phone
Youth line 0345 634 765
Referral
Self

The Brentford FC Football in the Community Programme, established in 1987, was amongst the pioneering programmes aimed at engaging football clubs with their communities.

Phone
0844 247 1889
Referral
Self

Ealing Duke of Edinburgh’s Award provides support; training and residential experiences for young people aged 14-25 to gain their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at bronze, silver and gold levels.

CAMH’s provides help and support for young people who are experiencing mental distress. Online information resources and guides available, professional referral only into service.

Phone
020 8354 8160
Referral
Professional

Ealing Youth Council members gain training in public speaking and other forms of communication, they learn about the political systems and have the chance to talk to councillors and decision makers in person. They also have the opportunity to organise events, go on trips, conduct consultations and receive training.

Phone
020 8574 4583
Referral
Self

The Forward Steps Project is a crime prevention and diversion project where you can learn about the law and consequences of getting involved in criminal and other anti-social activities. You’ll get support to make positive choices and changes through a range of programmes.

Phone
07940 182 674
Referral
Self

Get Connected is the UK’s free, confidential and multi-issue helpline service for young people under 25 who need help, but don’t know where to turn. Helps young people find a path to a brighter future.

Phone
0808 808 4994
Referral
Self

The clinic can help with any concerns about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) tailored to under 18’s and an under 25’s contraceptive clinic.

Phone
020 8967 5555 or 01895 279537
Referral
Self

Healthtalk.org provides free, reliable information about health issues, by sharing people's real-life experiences. You can watch people sharing their stories about cancer, autism, motor-neurone disease, pregnancy, drugs, depression and much more.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self - Online information resource

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

Phone
0207 021 0301
Referral
Self Professional

Work with young people aged 14 – 25 who have a learning disability and/or communication difficulties, and who are at risk of or involved in offending behaviour.
As part of the project, young people set up participation groups in various services across the country.

Phone
0808 808 1111
Referral
Self

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

Phone
07590 730 215
Referral
Self

Services to under & over 18’s including support, mentoring, youth club, drop-in health club, advice service & anti-bullying work.

Phone
07931 336 668
Referral
Self

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
Provides services for children and campaigns to stop child abuse.

Phone
0808 800 5000
Referral
Self

An online network for young LGBT youth.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self - Online resource

There to help young people make informed choices about tobacco use, provide tailored support and offer a wide range of stop smoking advice.

Phone
0800 00 22 00
Referral
Self

Recovery Intervention Services - East Hub at Lancaster House 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
020 8840 5829
Referral
Professional

The CRI EASY Project is a support service for young people using drugs and/or alcohol. Our team is made up of experienced drug and alcohol workers who specialise in working with young people. Offers a wide range of services including: confidential advice and information for young people (up to the age of 18 assessment of an individual’s specific needs.

Phone
020 87992290
Referral
Self and Professional

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

Phone
0808 1689 111
Referral
Self and Professional

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) is a voluntary, uniform youth organisation for young people from London’s 32 borough for anyone aged between 13 and 19. They offer fantastic opportunities to take part in interesting, adventurous and challenging activities to develop skills, make friends and have fun and to make a real difference to local people.

Phone
07919 057 256 or 0208 246 9130
Referral
Self

A London-wide counselling and therapy service which offers support for any woman from14 years that has experienced abuse or violence.

Phone
020 8567 7347
Referral
Self

Offers information to young people and children about mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Phone
020 7089 5050
Referral
Self

Your Zone provides a safe and fun space for young people, aged 25 and under, who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or not sure of their gender and/or sexual orientation to meet and socialise. At Your Zone people can take part in programmes to develop skills in making informed decisions and choices. One-to-one information, advice and support on a range of issues including sexual health matters is also available.

Phone
0793 133 6668
Referral
Self

The centres provide programmes of group and individual activities, which encourage personal and social development for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 for young people with disabilities).