CODES: mh: Mental health ah: Accommodation/housing advice ad: Advocacy a: Alcohol workers ac: Art classes b: Barber ba: Benefits advice bs: Bathroom/showers be: Bedding ca: Careers advice cl: Clothing store c: Counselling da: Debt advice dt: Dentist dw: Drugs workers et: Education/training ff: Food (free) f: Food fc: Foot care it: Internet access lf: Leisure facilities ls: Luggage storage ms: Medical/health md: Music/drama ne: Needle exchange ol: Outreach worker links ow: Outreach workers sh: Sexual health ts: Tenancy support la: Legal advice l: Laundry ef: Ex-forces eo: Ex-offenders sf: Step-free

999 Club (Deptford Centre)

21 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PA
020 8694 5797, http://bit.ly/2gObZ4B
Winter shelter:
24 September to 31 March
Monday-Sunday: 6:30pm-8:30am; Monday-Friday: 9am-12pm (9–10.30am for rough sleepers only); Tuesday: 9am-12pm (mental health professionals); Wednesday: 9am-12pm (GP & signposting); Thursday: 9am-12pm (nurse practitioner); Warm and welcoming environment to anyone who is homeless. Learn new skills, find work and housing and reconnect to family and friends. Open-access sessions where people can access specialist advice on housing and benefits. Learning and activities programme and specialist healthcare services. Winter shelter referrals via agencies of the 999 Club Gateway Centre. 18+, dry, 25 spaces. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, AC, B, BA, BS, CA, ET, FC, IT, L, MS, TS, LA, EO

Barnet Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

Ground Floor, Dennis Scott Unit, Edgware Community Hospital HA8 0AD
0300 303 3169, https://bit.ly/2Vq62eI
Support for young people affected by drug or alcohol problems. Psychosocial Interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, pharmacological treatment, one to one and group work. Personalised services, and they can come and meet you at a place which suits you. Phone to find out more. CODES: A, C, DW

Centrepoint

Central House, 25 Camperdown Street E1 8DZ
0845 466 3400, http://bit.ly/1NztKPl
For people aged 16-25. Referral via your local housing options team. CODES: AH, AD, A, C, DW, ET

Fusion Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

Station Road Centre, Station Road, Barkingside IG6 1NB
020 8708 7801, http://bit.ly/2UFP0gx
Confidential service for young people with drug or alcohol issues. Psychosocial interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, one-to-one keyworking, trauma counselling and structured group work. Phone to find out how they can help. CODES: A, C, DW

Hestia

Maya House, 134-138 Borough High Street SE1 1LB
020 7378 3100, https://bit.ly/2CHMP0P
Supports male and female victims of modern slavery to ensure their voices are heard and they get the support they need to rebuild their lives. Wide range of services - check the website for details. Supported housing for vulnerable young people. CODES: MH, AD, DW, A

HYPE – Hounslow Young People Engaged

Montague Hall, Montague Road, Hounslow TW3 1LD
020 8538 1150, https://bit.ly/2FfVrNW
Free, confidential service for young people in Hounslow who are experiencing problems associated with the use of drink or drugs (cannabis, alcohol, heroin, cocaine and new psychoactive substances etc). You can self-refer (cnw-tr.hype@nhs.net). CODES: DW, A

Islington Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service (IYPDAS )

50 Isledon Road N7 7LD
020 7527 5099
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; A free, confidential service which offers one-to-one counselling, advice and information for drug and alcohol issues to young people in Islington up to the age of 21. Also offers group work, staff training and drug education, all free of charge. Please ring 0207 5275099 for more information or to make an appointment. Referrals can also be made over the phone or emailed to drugs@islington.gov.uk. CODES: AD, A, DW, OW

Lifeline Basis Substance Misuse Service

Royal Arsenal Medical Centre, 21 Arsenal Way, Woolwich SE16 6TE
020 3696 2640, http://bit.ly/2cTPyce
Monday-Friday: 9am-4:30pm (later by appointment); A unique, free and confidential substance misuse service in Greenwich. They work with those using cannabis; cocaine and party drugs; new psychoactive substances (NPS, formerly 'legal highs') and party drugs; steroids; alcohol (non-dependent); and 'chemsex'. Good inks to local social enterprises which offer training, volunteering and employment. CODES: A, AC, DW, OL, OW, SF, LF, ET

New Horizon Youth Centre

68 Chalton Street NW1 1JR
020 7388 5560, http://bit.ly/TgoIt
Monday: 2pm-4pm (alcohol support); Monday-Sunday: 10:30am-4pm (showers, laundry, breakfast & lunch;10.30am-1pm advice); For young (16-24) homeless people. Free lunch. Women-only groups. Mental health, life skills & advice, and employment/resettlement support. Sex worker project. Street outreach. Refugee worker. 7-day drop-in provision. First-time visitors should arrive outside the centre at 10.00am to make an appointment with the Advice team. Support with referrals into winter night shelters. Centre only closes 1-4 January. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, BA, BS, CA, CL, DW, ET, FF, IT, LF, MS, OL, OW

Remar Association UK

847 High Road, Leytonstone E11 1HH
020 8539 0452, http://bit.ly/1yn5bZ8
Wednesday: 7:30pm-8:30pm (William IV St, Strand - hot drinks, biscuits and sandwiches); Offers assistance for free to disadvantaged people and individuals suffering from drug or alcoholic addiction. 24-hour helpline: 0791 758 5056 CODES: A, DW, FF

Subwize Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

The Vibe, 195-211 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham RM8 2UT
0300 303 4613, http://bit.ly/2DlaOU5
Confidential service for people under 21 with drug and alcohol issues. psychosocial interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, one-to-one keyworking, trauma counselling and structured group work. Phone and find out how they can help you. CODES: C, A, DW

VoiceAbility

01223 555800, https://bit.ly/2WIMC5W
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (offices and helplines); UK-wide network of advocacy and service user involvement groups, which offer a services for those who have mental health needs, learning disabilities, dementia, autistic spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, sensory and communication impairments, substance misuse issues, acquired brain injury, a serious physical illness or a dual diagnosis. Check the website or phone to find your nearest branch. CODES: AD, A, DW

Women@thewell

54 Birkenhead St WC1H 8BB
020 7520 1710, https://watw.org.uk/
Monday-Friday: 12pm-3pm morning and afternoon sessions - pls ring; W@W offer Advocacy and Support for women at high risk of/or are affected by prostitution and the sex trade.Women may be offered support, signposting and help to connect with statutory services around a wide range of issues including: e.g homelessness, basic needs, drug or alcohol issues, physical and mental health, employment, benefits, training and education. During Covid-19 offering advocacy and support will be offered for all women who access our services, including Showers, laundry, food and care packages. Opening times: Monday to Friday – morning and afternoon sessions. Numbers who can access will be limited for safety, ring ahead if possible. CODES: BS, AD, A, C, L, MS, MH, SH

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