If you or someone else are in immediate danger or feel threatened you should dial 999 and ask for Police. Also call 999 for a medical emergency or for the London Fire Brigade.
You can call the NHS on 111 if you need medical help fast but it’s not an emergency or:
Within this website there are links to a wide range of advice and support for young people. There are contact details for specialist NHS clinics, mental health support, counselling, parenting and family support within Brent.
There is also advice and support available in these areas: personal safety, health, finance, employment, housing, immigration and law. Some support organisations are located within Brent, others offer online or telephone support.
Helpful and relevant advice on healthy living and accessing healthcare
A 'talking therapy' that involves a trained therapist helping you find ways to deal with emotional issues
It is important to get advice if you're having problems with relationships.
What should you do if you are worried about your safety?
Homlessness and help with keeping out of debt
Visit Brent's iCare website
Advice on a range of issues, including legal, immigration, health, housing and benefits.
Do you look after someone in Brent?
The Brent Children and Families Information Service provides you with information on a range of services and activities for children and young people aged 0 to 19 years old (and up to 25 years for young people with special needs).
Venues throughout Brent