We’ve put together a list of resources and services for south east London residents aged 20-25.
Join Kooth to receive, free anonymous, and safe mental wellbeing support. It doesn’t matter how big or small your concern is, the Kooth community is available to support you through it all.
Kooth is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and can be accessed from noon until 10pm (weekdays) and from 6pm until 10pm (Saturday and Sundays). Answer a few simple questions to sign up, then log into to read articles, engage with people your age, or simply speak to a counsellor online.
Talking therapies is a free (now online) service for south east Londoners aged 18 and over experiencing depression, anxiety and worry, panic attacks, social anxiety, traumatic memories, and other mental health and wellbeing issues.
You can also access Wellbeing Hubs local to you for more information and support:
If you’re suffering from mental ill-health and you feel the services listed above aren’t enough, make an appointment with your GP or speak to a healthcare professional. They will be able to refer you to services that can provide additional support, such as:
Bexley Locality Mental Health Service – Live in Bexley? You can call 020 36689 490 for information on Adult Mental Health services.
Greenwich Locality Mental Health Service – Live in Greenwich? You can call Ferryview Health Centre (Woolwich) on 020 8319 5500 or The Heights (Charlton) on 020 8269 4110 for advice on mental health services that are available to you locally.
Evening Sanctuary: Talk to staff and peers about how you are feeling and take part in activities, make a snack or be signposted to other services. Only for residents in Lambeth.
Additional mental health services for residents of south east London: