Under 18's borough guides

Greenwich

bgiok is about practical advice and information about homosexuality, and cutting through the stereotypes and negativity around it. bgiok aims to help young people feel better about their sexuality and about the person they are beyond that.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self - Online source of information

This service provides Mental Health Services for Children and their families who live in Greenwich.

Phone
0203260 5200
Referral
Professional

Promotes the value of emotional health and well-being by offering therapeutic services to all, irrespective of ability to pay. Offers a range of therapies and holistic treatments.

Phone
07906 953788 or 020 8305 6460
Referral
Self

Works with 14-35 year olds experiencing psychosis

Phone
020 8836 9720
Referral
Health Professionals
Website
n/a
Email

Courses for 10-19 year olds in dance, baking, photography and much more.

Phone
0207 247 7900
Referral
Self

GDA

Greenwich Dance’s programme for 0-18 year olds offers a range of activity to support child development by building confidence, nurturing personal, social and emotional development, inspiring creativity, supporting physical development and encouraging a healthy active lifestyle.

Phone
020 8293 9741
Referral
Self

A one stop website for sexual health in the London borough of Greenwich.

Phone
0208 305 5005
Referral
Self and Professional

KCA

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
0208 921 6907
Referral
Self

LIFE is an intensive five-day course facilitated by FRS and firefighters at operational fire stations. The programme offers young people over the age of 14 the opportunity to learn new skills as well as building on existing ones.

Phone
020 8555 1200
Referral
Self and via school

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

Phone
0207 021 0301
Referral
Self Professional

Family and individual support for teenagers and children with gender identity issues.

Phone
0208 123 4819
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. Its overarching aim is to reduce anti-social behaviour and offending by young people across London.

Provides a range of services for 16-25 year olds who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans, or those unsure about their sexuality. Weekly meetings with workshops, projects, and support.

Phone
020 8305 5000
Referral
Self

Pact supports children and families through parenting and relationship education schemes where a parent or sibling has been arrested, tried and imprisoned.

Phone
0207 735 9535
Referral
Self and Professional

Rosebud is a support centre for young women aged 11 to 19. Rosebud provides a space where young women can be expressive and open with their ideas without feeling condemned and receive acceptance whilst still receiving support. They provide a range of character development workshops and skills training in various interest areas.

Phone
0208 0011 782 or 0795 6427 194
Referral
Self

Programme offering a new approach to education and employment with no formal qualifications.

Phone
02082210500
Referral
Self and Professional

Reformed gang members divert young people away from gangs by supporting them to develop positive relationships with their families and steer them away from negative influences.

Phone
020 7708 8000
Referral
Self

A Water sports based Charity changing people’s lives and building life skills through sailing and rowing. Our primary objective is giving opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk youths. Programmes are focussed on teaching transferable and employable skills.

Phone
020 8691 7502
Referral
Self

The Archway Project works to enrich the lives of young people living in London.
They do this by providing a range of educational and recreational activities. They work in partnership with schools, colleges, local authorities, the police force and social services to improve the lives of members.

Phone
020 8310 1730
Referral
Self and Professional

One stop shop Signposting service for young people aged 16-25, relating to education, employment and training.

Phone
0208 320 4499
Referral
Self

The home of great theatre and arts activities for young people. One of these projects is Whatever Youth Arts which has been designed to be a fun and supportive group for young people ages 11-25 who have emotional, behavioural difficulties, or special educational needs.

Phone
020 8854 1316
Referral
Self

Supports young people to find volunteering opportunities to enhance their employability.

Phone
0207 960 7000
Referral
Self - Online resource

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

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

Phone
020 7089 5050
Referral
Self

YADT works with 11 to 16 years providing thematic drama and sports sessions which explore key issues facing young people including personal development, anti-social behaviour, managing the bullies, anti-knife, gang culture and drug awareness.

Phone
020 8302 8475
Referral
Self