Under 18's borough guides

Hounslow

The Actionnaires clubs offer a range of activities and ensure children can take part regardless of their vision.Multi Sport Club for blind and partially sighted children/young people aged 6-16 years, their friends and siblings.

The Asian Family Counselling Service is aimed at all members of the South Asian communities above the age of 16.They offer offer caring, personal and confidential counselling in a variety of languages with an awareness of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Phone
020 8571 3933 or 020 88139714
Referral
Self

We provide direct services to unaccompanied asylum seeking children (UASC), and can offer advice to other teams who are dealing with clients who have asylum/immigration issues.

Phone
020 8583 3578, 020 8583 3348 or 020 8583 7347
Referral
Self and Professional

CCHF All About Kids exists to give disadvantaged children a range of residential activity and respite breaks. They improve the quality of children's lives and help them to recognise their potential in a safe and happy environment.

Phone
01273 847770
Referral
Self

Cedars recognises the needs of children and young people to have a safe space, away from home and school pressures where they can relax, be safe and feel safe. They also seek to address further needs, such as difficult home conditions and problems in school.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self

Sexual health services for young people. If you’re aged 16 - 24 and live in London you can order a FREE Chlamydia Home testing Kit.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self

CAMHS provides mental health assessment and treatment for children, young people (aged 0-18) and their families living in the London Borough of Hounslow. Their job is to promote emotional wellbeing and provide treatment to children and young people with mental health problems.

Phone
020 8483 2050
Referral
Professional

The CAF is a written assessment of need, completed with the child, young person and/or family when it has been identified that extra support or help is needed.

Phone
020 85832742
Referral
Self and Professional

Therapy provides young people and children with a safe and confidential space which will support them to explore and process the impact of the domestic violence. For those who are subjected to life changes as a result of their experiences, therapy can also act as an on-going source of consistent support.

Phone
020 8748 8298
Referral
Self

A place for young people from the ages of 8 -13 yrs to socialise and use the facilities we have available for activities in a group or otherwise to keep young people entertained and enthused.

Early Help Hounslow (EHH) is the initial point of contact for all enquiries from professionals and members of the public requesting information, advice and guidance or access to services within the Early Intervention Service.

Phone
020 8583 6600 option 1
Referral
Self and Professional

The Family Information Service (FIS) offers free information, advice and guidance on all aspects of family life to parents, carers, young people and anyone working with families in Hounslow with a child or young person aged 0-19.

Phone
020 8583 3470
Referral
Self

Hounslow Action for Youth Association is a charity set up in 1986 to provide children and young adults in the London Borough of Hounslow with activities to divert them from crime and to give them essential life skills.

Phone
020 8898 0892
Referral
Self

Connexions offers information, advice and guidance to pupils in schools in years 9 and 11. Also provides support to unemployed 16-19 year old residents. This service can be extended to resident young people up to the age of 25 who have a learning difficulty or disability.

Phone
020 8577 5478
Referral
Self

Hounslow Youth Counselling Service (HYCS) offers a free confidential counselling service for all young people between the ages of 11 and 26 who live, work or study, in the London Borough of Hounslow.

Phone
0208 568 1818. Text: 07784 481 308
Referral
Self

The iHEAR Partnership is an integrated service to support those affected by drug and alcohol dependence, for the residents of Hounslow. The iHEAR partnership offers a wide range of easily accessible and recovery focused services tailored to your personal needs.

Phone
02085381150
Referral
Self and Professional

The Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) is a statutory board, which requires all organisations that work with children to cooperate and work together to keep children safe from harm.

Phone
020 8583 2000
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

The Autistic Spectrum Disorder Outreach Team is part of the London Borough of Hounslow and can be involved in giving advice, support and training concerning children who have a primary diagnosis of social communication difficulty or Autistic Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger’s Syndrome).

The Detached & Youth Crime Prevention Team offer support for vulnerable young people aged 11-19 years at an early stage when there is a risk of negative outcomes, including crime / anti-social behaviour and disengagement from education.

Phone
020 8583 6600 option 1
Referral
Professional

The Hanworth Centre is fun, vibrant, busy and is at the heart of the local community. Much more than just a building, it’s a collection of enthusiastic, energetic staff working with young people and the community at large. Fun activities for children and young people aged between 2 and 19.

Phone
020 8898 0892
Referral
Self

VISIONS is the Young Person’s Drug and Alcohol service within the London Borough of Hounslow. The service works with young people under the age of 19 whose lives are affected by drugs and alcohol, including young people who have been affected by the negative experience of parental substance misuse.

Phone
0208 583 6441
Referral
Self

Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a pan-London service that supports women and girls affected by all forms of gendered violence.

Phone
Advice Line 0808 801 0660
Referral
Self

Young carers are children under 18. The Hounslow Young Carers Footprints project is available to young carers aged 5-18 in full time education. Being a young carer means they live with a family member with a long-term health condition, who need their care. The person receiving the care is often a parent, but can also be a sibling, grandparent or other relative who is disabled, has some chronic illness, mental health difficulty or substance misuse addiction

Phone
07508 000 152 or 020 8583 5862.
Referral
Self

Young carers are children under 18. The Hounslow Young Carers Footprints project is available to young carers aged 5-18 in full time education. Being a young carer means they live with a family member with a long-term health condition, who need their care. The person receiving the care is often a parent, but can also be a sibling, grandparent or other relative who is disabled, has some chronic illness, mental health difficulty or substance misuse addiction.

Phone
07508 000 152 or 020 8583 5862
Referral
Self

Directory of advice and support resources covering a range of issues including relationships, sexual health children's and youth centres, careers, bullying, drugs, alcohol and bullying.

Phone
n/a
Referral
Self