Offering a free and confidential, 1-2-1 counselling service for young people aged 11-25. Young person can self-refer.
Young carers are young people under 18 years who are looking after or supporting someone at home who, through illness, disability, substance dependency or mental health issues is unable to care for themselves.
The Hounslow young carers project offers support and advice to young carers as well as activities in the school holidays and a weekly youth club. The project is a chance for the young carers to have a break from their caring role and for them to meet other young carers who are in a similar situation.
For more information call 0208 326 7044 or email
Family Nurse Partnership (FNP)
A home visiting programme for first-time young mums aged 19 and under.
A family nurse can visit you to help you have a healthy pregnancy and enjoy being the best mum you can. They will help you understand all about your pregnancy and how to care well for yourself and your baby. Your nurse will visit you during your pregnancy and then after the birth until your child is two years old.
To make a referral or find out more call 020 3771 6060, email
Hounslow Young People Engaged - HYPE (Opens in New Window)
HYPE is the Young People’s Drug and Alcohol service for the London Borough of Hounslow. We work with those affected by drugs and alcohol, or who have a negative experience of parental substance misuse.
Hounslow Connexions (Opens in New Window)
Careers information, advice and guidance for young people. Supporting you into:
Women and Girls Network (Opens in New Window)
WGN Young Women’s Service provides free, safe, and confidential services to young women aged 11-25 years, affected by, or at risk of any forms of violence or abuse.
Youth Offending Service (YOS)
The Youth Offending Service (YOS) work with young people, aged 10-17 who have been sentenced by a court, or who have come to the attention of the police because of their offending behaviour, but have not been charged
YOS also provide support to parents in finding ways to help their child avoid further offending and oversee and support crime prevention arrangements for any children and young people in the borough who are at risk of crime and anti-social behaviour.
For more information or advice, call 020 8583 6363 or email
Young People Sexual Health Services (Opens in New Window)
Specialist one-stop-shop clinics for young people under the age of 20
Come Correct- Free condoms for under 25s
London’s sexual health e-service
Young People’s Sexual Health Outreach service provided by Brook
Free Christmas Holiday Activities and Food Programme
Are you eligible?
Find out about Free childcare for 2 year old
Services and support for children and young people with SEND
Information for young people aged 11 to 19
Report child abuse (Opens in New Window)
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