Under 18's borough guides

Hackney

Arcola Youth Theatre and Young AYT aim to extend the possibilities of youth theatre, drawing from cutting edge practice from across Europe and the UK. An inclusive youth theatre and treat everyone as an artist with something unique to share. They also look to develop young people’s skills with one-off projects with world class artists.

Phone
020 7503 1646
Referral
Self

Community Mental Health Team children and young people.

Phone
020 3222 5600
Referral
Professional

Young Hackney Concorde is a relaxing safe place for to chill. The centre hosts a Body Popping session. Boys Only Cooking Session. Concorde Centre Provides a quiet environment to concentrate and get on with some studying. Other activities on different days. Sports - basketball, trampoline, badminton. a new cycling hub Youth activities, five days a week Information, advice and guidance.

Works with 14-35 year olds experiencing psychosis

Phone
020 8826 2601
Referral
Health Professional
Website
n/a
Email

First steps is a service for children, young people and their families who have mild to moderate mental health problems. Early access to a mental health service for mild to moderate psychological problems a range of individual and group interventions parenting support mental health promotion and teaching, training and consultation to frontline professionals working with children and young people the development of projects which support an empower parents and community groups.

Netball training sessions for girls, events and activities.

Phone
07984 815 762
Referral
Self

Positive youth engagement programme (PYEP), adult and volunteer programme, youth volunteer programme and family support project.

Offers young carers needs assessment, personal support, advice and guidance, individual and group support, trips and activities during school holidays, help to access specialist services, help to access universal services such as leisure and youth services.

The Young Hackney Substance Misuse Service provides information, advice, support and counselling to young people who are at risk or have developed problems associated with alcohol or drug misuse. It offers one-to-one appointments, or confidential advice by telephone. The service also provides drugs education and prevention sessions to schools, colleges and the wider community and an advice line for parents and carers.

Phone
020 8356 7377
Referral
Self and Professional

Valley Junior Ice Hockey Club based at the Lee Valley Ice Centre
FREE 4 week taster session.

Children and Adolescents Community Mental Health team.

Phone
0208 356 5500
Referral
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

Domestic violence project helping woman and children.

Phone
020 7683 1270
Referral
Self-referral or through advocate

Street Chance works with the Metropolitan Police Service and County Constabularies in cities across England Engaging young people from a range of backgrounds in areas affected by youth crime and anti-social behaviour. The project aims to increase aspiration, promote mutual respect, and enhance relationships with others, including schools, police and the wider community.

Phone
0207 820 5776 or 07901 102 533
Referral
Self - Projects run through schools and community groups

Each day children will discover a new exciting craft: pottery painting, making clay pots on the potter's wheel, silk painting, screen printing, felting, mosaic etc. and will enjoy a play in the playgrounds of Victoria park.

Phone
020 8985 1214
Referral
Self