Complex Care Team

Telephone: 020 8702 6210
Website: Click here

Address:
Halliwick Centre,
St Ann’s Hospital,
St Ann’s Road,
London, N15 3TH

What they offer:
Provide treatment and support to people with complex mental health problems on CPA who do not have a diagnosis of psychosis (schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, psychotic depression and other psychiatric disorders) for Barnet residents.

Barnet Adolescent Service

Telephone: 020 8702 3444
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Address:
Old Redhill Clinic,
64 Station Road,
Edgware, HA8 7AB

What they offer:

  • Assessment of children and young people’s mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs.
  • A range of treatment, from medication prescribing and monitoring to therapeutic support and counselling provided by a range of professionals, such as Child Psychiatrists, Child Psychotherapists, Family Therapists and Clinical Psychologists.
  • Consultation, advice and support to professionals from a wide range of children’s services, parents and carers.
  • Specialist, borough based adolescent team working with young people aged between 13 and 18 with severe and complex mental health difficulties.

Early Intervention into Psychosis Service

Telephone: 020 8702 4150
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Address:
Early Intervention Service,
Springwell Centre,
Wellhouse Lane,
Barnet, EN5 3DJ

What they offer:

  • Administration of anti-psychotic medicines
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis and emotional problems, including depression and anxiety
  • Family interventions
  • Vocational recovery
  • Relapse prevention
  • A harm minimisation approach to substance misuse

Community Support and Recovery Team – Barnet

Telephone:
East Barnet CSRT: 020 8702 6001
West Barnet CSRT: 020 8702 4350
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Address 1:
East Barnet CSRT,
Springwell Centre,
Barnet Hospital,
Wellhouse Lane,
Barnet, EN5 3DJ

Address 2:
West Barnet CSRT,
Dennis Scott Unit,
Edgware Community Hospital,
Burnt Oak Broadway,
Edgware, HA8 0AD

What they offer:
They offer a range of treatment and intervention services including:

  • Specialised medical psychiatric treatment
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Carer assessment and support
  • Employment and education support with welfare advice Community care assessments
  •  Services will be offered to patients

Community Support and Recovery Team – Barnet

Telephone:
East Barnet CSRT: 020 8702 3100
West Barnet CSRT: 020 8379 4142
Website: Click here

Address 1:
Enfield south CSRT
Lucas House
305-309 Fore Street
Edmonton
Enfield
N9 0PD

Address 2:
East Enfield CSRT
58-60 Silver Street,
Enfield, EN1 3EP

What they offer:
They offer a range of treatment and intervention services including:

  • Specialised medical psychiatric treatment
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Carer assessment and support
  • Employment and education support with welfare advice Community care assessments
  •  Services will be offered to patients

Community Rehabilitation Team

Telephone:020 8702 6210
Website: Click here

Address :
The Hallwick Unit,
St. Ann’s Hospital,
St. Ann’s Road,
London, N15 3TH

Who is the service for?
Service users who have a primary diagnosis of psychosis and receive 24 hour accommodation based support.

What they offer
They help work with patients on their journey to recovery, including:

  • Helping patients identify their needs and strengths
  • Helping patients to set achievable goals
  • Helping patients with coping and relationship skills to improve and maintain good health
  •  Addressing stigma, discrimination and social exclusion

Warm Home Discount Scheme

Telephone: 0800 731 0214

Website: Click here

What they offer
Discount on heating bills. Qualify if on Pension Credits.

Shelter Public Advice Line

Under 25 years old: 0330 053 6091
25 years or over: 0344 515 1540
Website: Click here

What they offer
Free Housing Advice provided via helpline or by booking an appointment.

Threshold Housing Advice

Telephone: 016 1626 0144
Website: Click here

What they offer
Offers advice, assistance and representation for private and public sector tenants in the borough of Barnet. Also offers advice on housing issues, such as housing options, landlord and tenant disputes, homelessness, and rent/mortgage arrears. Clients are seen on drop – in sessions without prior appointments.

Jewish Women’s Aid

Telephone:
Head office: 020 8445 8060
Helpline: 0808 801 0500
Email: referrals-communitysupport@jwa.org.uk
Website: Click here

What they offer

  • Refuge service
  • Benefits assistance
  • Long-term counselling
  • Helpline between 9:30 am – 9:30 pm Monday-Thursday

Migdal Emunah

Website: Click here

What they offer

  • For Jewish people who have been victims of sexual violence
  • Individual counselling
  • Couples counselling
  • Group counselling – separate for men and women
  • Alternative therapies
  • Advocacy

Shema Koli

Website: Click here

What they offer
Shema Koli is a confidential, anonymous Helpline for women and men in the Jewish Community who have experienced or been affected by abuse. Abuse of any kind. To yourself or others, children or young peo-ple. Now or in the past.

 

Crisis Fund

Telephone: 020 8359 4242
Website: Click here

What they offer
Emergency/one off payments when people have no other means to raise the money.

Discretionary Housing Payments

Telephone: 020 8359 2111 or 020 8359 2442
Website: Click here

What they offer
Helps to bridge the gap between housing benefit and rent (provided the rent was previously covered by Housing Benefit but due to change in circumstances there is now a shortfall).

TURN2US

Website: Click here

What they offer
Website with lists of many benevolent funds with details of how to apply to each one.

Jew’s Temporary Shelter

Email: rachel@jts.org.uk

What they offer
Grants for furniture, decorating and rent deposits.

Age UK | Barnet

Telephone: 020 8203 5040
Website: Click here

What they offer
Handyman service.
Activities (with transport) and social events.

The Silver Line

Telephone:
Helpline: 08004708090
Head office: 02072242020
Website: Click here

What they offer
Free confidential Helpline for people over 65.
Offers regular befriending.

Royal Voluntary Service

Telephone: 084 5608 0122
Website: Click here

What they offer
Socialising, visiting, shopping, changing light bulbs, support to go out to community

CAMHS Community Mental Health

Telephone: 020 8702 3000
Website: Click here

What they offer
We provide assessment, treatment and support of the mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs of children and young people aged from 0-18 years.

Brent Child and Family Clinic

Telephone: 020 3317 5050
Website: Click here

What they offer
Brent CAMHS offers assessment and therapy for children and young people with mental health difficulties from birth until their eighteenth birthday. They have guidelines to help decide who can access the service and they accept referrals for children and young people who have a Brent GP.

Step 2 CAMHS – Young Minds

Telephone: 080 8802 5544
Website: Click here

What they offer
Early Intervention Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service for children and young people in Hertfordshire aged 0-19.

CAMHS Tier 3 Team – Haringey

Telephone: 020 8702 3400
Website: Click here

What they offer
Multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals, and work closely with other children’s services (schools, Social Care, youth centres, Youth Offending and Safeguarding teams and community groups) to support children and young people.

Barnet Adolescent Service

Telephone: 020 8702 3444
Website: Click here

What they offer
Support and treatment to children and young people aged 13-18 years with mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs.

ARTiculate

Telephone: 020 3743 2326
Website: Click here

What they offer
3-year programme using creativity celebrate the positive mental health and emotional well-being of 16 – 25 year olds in Barnet.

Brent Centre for Young People

Telephone: 020 7328 0918
Website: Click here

What they offer
They offer a number of talking therapies for young people which include indi-vidual therapies, group therapies, Sport and Thought and family therapy & parent support. For ages 11—21 years old.

Adolescent Outreach Service Haringey

Telephone: 020 8702 6280
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What they offer
Treatment and support to children and young people aged 12-18 with mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs.

Open Door

Telephone: 012 1454 1116
Website: Click here

What they offer
Voluntary sector counselling and psychotherapy service provided for young people aged 12-24.

Service for Adolescents & Families in Enfield (SAFE)

Telephone: 020 8379 2090
Website: Click here

What they offer
They provide treatment and support to young people aged between 12 and 18 with mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs.

Samaritans

Telephone: 116 123
Website: Click here

What they offer
Talk to them any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.

Jewish Women’s Aid

Telephone: 020 8702 6280
Website: Click here

What they offer
Ongoing free counselling for victims of domestic violence.

Gamblers Anonymous Edgware

Website: Click here

What they offer
12 step meetings Thursday 20:00 – 21:30. Takes place at Edgware Masorti Synagogue.

Raphael

Telephone: 0800 234 6236
Website: Click here

What they offer
Raphael is a well-established counselling service, at the forefront of its field, whose broad-based services are available to individuals and couples in London, the Home Counties and the Redbridge area. Raphael depends on contributions from clients and all clients are expected to pay for counselling sessions. No-one is turned away if they are unable to pay the full amount. Founded in 1979, it is a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and is bound by its Ethical Framework for Counselling Practice.

Relate

Telephone: 020 8427 8694
Website: Click here

What they offer
Mediation and counselling for families. Also work based support offered to employers and employees to assist with stress and anxiety at work.

Jewish Marriage Council

Telephone: 020 8203 6311
Website: Click here

What they offer
The Jewish Marriage Council (JMC) is a not-for-profit organisation set up to provide sensitive support for Jewish individuals, couples and families. Their services include a counselling service, various advice services as well as courses, workshops and support groups.

The Barnet Wellbeing HUB

Telephone: 03333 49088
Website: Click here

What they offer
The hub is a new service providing a flexible, holistic, person-centred approach focusing on your individual needs and wellbeing.

There are a lot of different services throughout the borough and the hub makes it easier to access a number of different services more easily.

We aim to support your wellbeing through listening and understanding what you want, tailoring the services that we introduce to you to meet your needs.

Maytree

Telephone: 03333 49088
Website: Click here

What they offer
Maytree is a registered charity supporting people in suicidal crisis in a non-medical setting. If you, or someone you know, could benefit from a one-off stay in a safe and confidential space.

CALM (Campaign Against Living Misery)

Telephone: 0808 802 58 58
Website: Click here

What they offer
Offering support to men in the UK, of any age, who are down or in crisis via our helpline, webchat and website.

Challenging a culture that prevents men seeking help when they need it, through CALMzine and cam-paigns such as #ManDictionary and #BiggerIssues.

Pushing for changes in policy and practice so that suicide is better prevented, via partnerships such as The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities (TASC), the National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA).

Supporting those bereaved by suicide, through the Suicide After Support Partnership (SASP), hosted by CALM, which aims to ensure that everyone bereaved or affected by suicide is offered and receives timely and appropriate support.

CNWL (Central and North West London – NHS Foundation Trust)

Telephone: 020 3214 5700
Website: Click here

What they offer
CNWL is a large and diverse organisation, providing health care services for people with a wide range of physical and mental health needs.

We employ approximately 7,000 staff to provide more than 300 different health services across 150 sites and in many other community settings. Our catchment area covers a range of v ibrant and diverse com-munities, with over 100 first languages spoken, containing areas of great affluence as well as areas of much deprivation.

We are constantly developing our organisation to provide modern, dependable services that meet the needs of the people within the communities that we serve.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Telephone: 0800 9177 650
Website: Click here

What they offer
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their ex-perience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their com-mon problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are selfsupporting through our own contributions.

Drinkaware

Telephone: 020 7766 9900
Website: Click here

What they offer
Drinkaware is an independent charity working to reduce alcohol misuse and harm in the UK. We’re here to help people make better choices about drinking.

Mind | Barnet

Telephone: 020 8343 5700
Website: Click here

What they offer
Subsidized long-term and short-term counselling for Barnet residents.

Chai Cancer Care

Telephone: 080 8808 4567
Website: Click here

What they offer
Counselling for cancer patients and families Genetic Counselling Relationship/psychosexual counselling.

Jewish Helpline

Telephone: 080 0652 9249
Website: Click here

What they offer
They provide a lifeline to those who are feeling lonely, anxious, depressed or suicidal. We are open from 12 noon to 12 midnight every day and except Shabbat and Yom Tovim. 12:00 to 15:00 Fridays.

Clean Break

Telephone: 020 8702 6280
Website: Click here

What they offer
Outreach workers offer courses for women offenders and those at risk of offending.

Art Club

Email: artclubmail@artclub.co.uk
Link: Click here

What they offer
Art Club was formed in the 1990’s as an add on to a successful Printer & Sta-tioners established in 1946 by the same family. Originally selling art materials to design studios and commercial artists’ we moved on to selling art materials to the leisure artist and established our very successful art classes for Adults, Children & Teenagers. Fees apply.

Barnet Voice Space 2B

Telephone: 020 8906 7506 or 07549 152 52
Website: Click here

What they offer
We run a drop-in called ‘Space 2B’ and that means exactly what it says, a space for you to be within’.

Two afternoons a week you will get a choice of different activities depending on who is there to run them. So, it can be a bit of a ‘lucky dip’ – from hand massage, art, knitting and crochet, relaxation, song writing and singing, jigsaws, games, manicures, felting, card making or even sort out your mobile phone & computer problems!

Dragon Cafe

Telephone: 07867 330 967
Website: Click here

What they offer
The Dragon Café provides a simple, affordable, healthy menu each week, and a wide range of creative and well-being activities, all of which are free and open to all.

Groundwork

Telephone: 020 7922 1230
Website: Click here

What they offer
They provide training and create jobs, reduce energy use and waste, re-connect people with nature and transform whole neighbourhoods. Step by step they’ll go on changing places and changing lives until everywhere is vibrant and green, every community is strong enough to shape its own destiny and everyone can reach their potential.

Thrive

Telephone: 020 7720 2212
Website: Click here

What they offer
Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. This is known as social and therapeutic horticulture – the process of working with plants to improve physi-cal and psychological health, and communication and thinking skills. It also uses the garden as a safe and secure environment in which to develop an individual’s ability to so-cialise, make friends, and gain practical skills that make them more independent and self-reliant.

Radio Harrow

Telephone: 020 8869 3959
Website: Click here

What they offer
Volunteering opportunities for the befriending service the radio runs as well as to get involved in the radio shows and fundraising.

Harrow Farm

Telephone: 020 8702 6280

What they offer
A Community Farm charity offering volunteering opportunities & leisure activities.

Work Avenue

Telephone: 020 8371 3280
Website: Click here

What they offer
Based in Finchley, they provide innovative support to go back into work by providing workshops in CV preparation, interview skills, and networking skills. Assists with finding jobs and training courses.

GIFT

Telephone: 020 8457 4429
Website: Click here

What they offer
GIFT provides food packages, free tutoring, and support for parents after school. They also provide volunteer opportunities.

Jfriends

Telephone: 07575 040 033
Website: Click here

What they offer
Jfriends offers Shabbat meals, social events, work shops and community volunteering.

JW3

Telephone: 020 7433 8988
Website: Click here

What they offer
The aim of JW3 is to transform the Jewish landscape in London by helping to create a vibrant, diverse and proud community, inspired by and engaged in Jewish arts, culture and community. The size of their ambition is reflected both in the scale and elegance of their new building and in the creativity and energy of their programme.

Jewish Gay and Lesbian Group

Website: Click here

What they offer
Come along to our events, most of which are held at the Liberal Jewish Synagogue (LJS), in St John’s Wood, London. The Jewish Gay and Lesbian Group, JGLG, was founded in 1972 when a small advert in Gay News attracted the astonishing total of 190 people to a public meeting called to set up the new organisation. Since then the Group has gone from strength to strength and we celebrate our 45th Anniversary in 2017.

Mavar

Telephone: 020 8144 5074
Website: Click here

What they offer
Confidential guidance and support in a safe environment to Charedi Jews who wish to explore options beyond their community.

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