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    Information, help and advice

    Women and Girls Network (WGN)

    Offer counselling, advocacy and advice for women and girls who have experienced gendered violence, including sexual and domestic violence. Our new web chat service run by our specialist Advice team at Women and Girls Network. The chat provides specialist advice, information and support for women…

    020 7610 4678 0808 801 0660 Advice line 0808 801 0770 Free Sexual Violence Helpline
    Service/Activity is free

    Women's Aid National Helpline

    Freephone 24 hr National Domestic Violence Helpline Run in partnership between Women’s Aid & Refuge. We are a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services and build a future where domestic violence is not tolerated.

    0808 2000 247

    Working Families Helpline

    The helpline is for parents and their advisers and gives advice on employment rights for parents and benefits for families. The helpline is run by a team of solicitors and advisers.

    0300 012 0312
    Service/Activity is free

    Yarrow - Day Opportunities at the Gate

    All our services give people the opportunity to develop new skills and talents and widen their social networks; generating greater opportunities for friendships and inclusion. The Gate is based on the belief that if you discover and nourish personal expression, interests and talents, people can…

    216 Goldhawk RoadLondonW12 9NX

    020 8735 4600

    Young Adult Carers

    Young Adult Carers (those aged 18 and over) are supported by the Carers Network. Early Help will support Young Carers aged 17 in the transition to adult support services. Details of the support provided by Carers Network can be found via their website. See the…

    Young Carers in schools programme

    Young Carers in Schools is an exciting England-wide initiative that equips schools to support young carers and awards good practice. Run jointly by Carers Trust and The Children’s Society Young Carers in Focus partners, we are improving the identification and support of young carers in…

    Young Deaf Hope

    Supporting deaf children and young people experiencing abuse. For safety reasons the address is not available for service users to visit

    46 OAKMEAD ROADLONDONSW12 9SJ

    07970 350 366 SMS/TEXT
    Service/Activity is free
    Sign language interpreter available by arrangement
    Sign Language Used
    Suitable for an individual with hearing impairment

    Young Healthwatch Westminster

    Now is the perfect time to join Young Healthwatch Westminster! We are a group of young volunteers (14-24 years old) from all across North West London. We share a hunger for our voices are heard in the design and delivery of the health services we use.Our aim…

    5.22 Grand Union Studios332 Ladbroke GroveLondonW10 5AD

    020 8968 7049 07734962257
    Qualified first-aider on site
    Service/Activity is free

    Young Minds

    Young Minds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. They also provide expert knowledge to young people, parents and professionals as well as online resources, training…
    Service/Activity is free

    Young People/Family Support Project for LGBTQ and HIV Families at SASH

    We are delighted to announce that following an award from City of Westminster Charitable Trust, SASH (Support and Advice on Sexual Health) is launching new Positive Rainbows: a HIV and LGBT+ Family Support Project! Positive Rainbows will consist of two specialised group programmes: Rainbow Families Support…

    020 7851 2955
    Service/Activity is free