- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Crisis - Doctors on Call
- Croydon Pharmacy
- Centre of Change Project - Counselling and advice
- CALAT - Adult Learning
- Croydon Voluntary Action
- Edridge Road Community Health Centre
- Emergency Dental Care Croydon
- Carers Support Centre
- Croydon Council
- Cross Roads Care Croydon - Supporting Carers
- Croydon Mencap
- Advice Services Croydon (ASC)
- Money Advice Service
- Croydon Mind
- Off The Record - Young Carers Project
- Men's Advice Line
- Special Educational Needs
- Victim Support Croydon
ChildLine is a private and confidential service for children and young people up to the age of 19. You can contact a ChildLine counsellor about anything -no problem is too big or too small.
0800 1111 (for children only)
Local based counselling information and advice service in New Addington that reaches out to young people aged between 10-25 and their families cover the Croydon borough. They help young people who are at risk of offending and ex-offenders, by listening to, supporting them and directing them to positive activities.
The Carers Support Centre is a dropin centre for carers in Croydon where a friendly, dedicated team is on hand to offer advice for those caring for a child or adult with an illness, disability or fralilty. The Centre also houses the Carers Support Network.
020 8649 9339
Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm
Supporting Carers in Croydon to access the support and services they need. Gives carers of people with a long term and enduring mental helath problem a break.
020 8663 5664
Mencap is the leading voice in learning disability. Evething they do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability and their familes and careres
020 8684 5890
The Rape & Sexual Support Centre supports all women and girls over 13 who have suffered from; Rape, Child Sexual Abuse, Exploitation, Sexual Assault, Ritual Abuse or Trafficking. A range of services to off support and help.
National Freephone Helpline: 0808 802 9999
12 – 2:30pm & 7pm – 9:30pm daily
24hr a day, 365 days a year.
Samaritans volunteers have heard many people’s stories, and you can discuss anything with them in complete confidence. You do NOT have to be suicidal to call for help.
08457 90 90 90 or 020 8681 6666
Two new Local Offer Leaflets have been created and 11 have recently been updated and amended.
We now have a Sensory Impairment Leaflet and a Speech, Language and Communication Leaflet.
By request we are also in the process of developing a ‘Challenging Behaviour’ and a ‘SEND support’ leaflet.
Please feedback any suggestions or comment to Louise Airey email@example.com who will try to accommodate these in the next update.
Audience: Parents, carers, schools and professionals
Contact: Louise Airey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 8726 6000, 020 8726 6000 Ext: 63017
Offering help and advice (including legal advice) to both males and females on a range of issues and emotional support and practical information to victims of crime.
0808 1689 111
Weekdays 8am to 8pm, Weekends 9am to 7pm and bank holidays 9am to 5pm