Directory of help
Local and national services that provide help and support
We have a range of different services available across Bromley for our children and for our families. Some of these are directly provided by the Council with a significant number provided by our partners.
Bromley Children Project
You can get in touch with the Bromley Children Project
Children and Family Centres
You can visit our six Children and Family Centres
Bromley and Croydon Women’s Aid
Empowering anyone suffering domestic abuse so they can make informed choices about their future and to help them gain the confidence, strength and self-respect needed to free themselves from abusive relationships.
020 8313 9303
Bromley Brighter Beginnings
Distribution of prams, clothes, highchairs, nappies and toiletries to families in need living.
Social care support and safeguarding for adults, children and families.
Adult Social Care Services
020 8461 7777
Children’s Social Care Services
020 8461 7373
020 8461 7379
020 8461 7026
Out of hours
(after 5pm weekdays, all day on weekends and bank holidays)
For both adult and children’s social care.
0300 303 8671
Bromley Drug and Alcohol Services
Helping people change the direction of their lives, grow as individuals, and live life to its full potential by tackling any drug or alcohol related behaviours.
020 8289 1999
Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich Mind
Help for anyone struggling with their mental health, or supporting someone who is.
Bromley Therapy Hub
A collective of therapy advice, support and services for children, teenagers and young adults in Bromley.
Support for young carers aged 4 to 19 to help the children manage caring relationships whilst enjoying their childhood.
0808 278 7898
Emotional wellbeing and mental health support for children and families by enabling change, fostering resilience and helping them build healthy relationships.
020 3770 8848
Clarion Housing Group
The UK’s largest housing association, owning and managing a significant number of homes across the borough.
0300 500 8000
Help for families with at least one child under five years of age through a team of trained volunteers who provide practical and non-judgmental support for families.
020 3665 9860
Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS)
Free, impartial, confidential information, advice and support about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) for children and young people up to age 25, and their parents and carers.
020 8461 7630
Confidential counselling for couples and individuals with relationship problems or difficulties.
0300 003 3225
Sexual Health Bromley
A free, non-judgmental contraception and reproductive health service for men and women of all ages (including under 16).
0300 330 5777
Talk Together Bromley
A free NHS evidence-based talking therapy service for people aged 18 years and over, who are anxious, stressed, have low mood or suffer from depression.
0300 003 3000