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Health and Emotional Wellbeing

Health visiting for children under 5 years
If you have a child aged five or under, you can get support from a health visitor
, such as:
  • Antenatal Contact (from 28 weeks onwards)
  • New Birth Review (10 – 14 days after your baby is born)
  • 6 – 8 week maternal mood review (contact at well child clinic)
  • 1 year health review 
  • 2 year ASQ health review 
  • referring your child to professionals who specialise in identifying and supporting special needs.

Phone 020 8973 3490 or email hrch.hvadminhub@nhs.net to arrange an appointment or to book your child's 1 or 2 year review.

Speech and language therapy for young people
Support for children and young people aged 0 to 19 years who experience difficulties with:
  • speech
  • language
  • communication
  • swallowing
The young person can get the following services so they can develop their independence as much as possible.
  • assessment, diagnosis, therapy, and management of disorders
  • training and advice for parents, carers, and professionals
  • access to professionals and voluntary organisations
The service is available for children and  young people with any Hounslow GP, or one of these three Ealing GPs:
  • Dr Mangat, The Surgery, 3-5 Cecil Road, Hounslow. TW3 1NU
  • Dr Htoo, MWH Practice, 1 Vincent Road, Hounslow, TW4 7LH
  • Dr Sandhu, 48 Berkeley Avenue, Cranford, TW4 6LA
Telephone 0208 973 3480 to discuss how to refer a child to us. Once a referral is accepted, a therapist can see the child within six weeks. 
Oral Health - Parents

NHS dental treatment is free for children and young people under 18 and people who meet certain criteria.

Find out if you qualify for free treatment

Infants should:

  • start seeing a dentist as soon after their first teeth appear
  • Visit your dentist regularly
  • Brush teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste - Fluoride helps to strengthen and protect teeth
  • Cut down on sugary foods and drink

Find a local dentist

Good 4 Girls Group, 10 to 14 years
Referral project

Sessions run fortnightly from 6 to 8pm
A sports and arts based programme
  • Peer Support
  • A safe place to talk and chill
  • Boxing, art, fitness, pamper sessions
  • Social action project to improve mental health and wellbeing of others
  • chance to become a Wellbeing Ambassador
For more information contact Siobhan on 07563 303648 or email info@noshameinrunning.co.uk
The Hanworth Centre, 64 Hounslow Road, TW13 6QQ
Refugee Support Services
HYCS (Hounslow Youth Counselling Service) has a Self Help Hub where you will  find resources and info’ points.


Together Hounslow
The project involves working with migrants and refugees to offer well-being activities and 1:1 therapy sessions. We can also work with Asylum seekers if places are available. We currently have 2 services on offer:

Rise and Shine

well-being sessions every Tuesday 2 to 3.30pm at Gunnersbury Park. These include mental and physical well-being. (e.g. exercise, arts and crafts, nature, gardening)

1:1 therapy sessions

with EACH Counselling services (from 6 to 16 sessions depending on need).

For more details and a referral form please contact:

Referral criteria

Who is eligible

  • Refugees and migrants: those who have experienced migration first hand, and have a need for integration support. for example, refugees with BRP cards, migrants with leave to remain status.
  • Asylum seekers are accepted for EACH Counselling and for Rise & Shine activity sessions where places are available
  • British citizens with refugee/migration experience
Who isn't eligible:
  • British Citizens with no refugee/migration experience
  • EU citizens
  • BAME individuals born in the UK/ without migration experience or integration needs.