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Tower Hamlets Early Detection Service supports 16 to 25 year olds living in London Borough Tower Hamlets who are concerned about their emotional and mental health and how that is affecting their life. Referrals can be made by both professionals and non-professionals.
0203 487 1320
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Women’s Trust offers one to one counselling to women who have experienced domestic violence.
0207 034 0303/0304
Tower Hamlets Community Intervention Service (CIS) provides structured support for individuals living in Tower Hamlets, including those experiencing domestic violence.The support is short-term (up to seven and a half months) and focuses on providing support interventions to people with medium to high unmet needs. They…
0203 222 4027
Family Rights Group is a charity in England and Wales that advises, advocates and campaigns for families whose children are involved with, or require, social care services. Their website has useful online information on parental responsibility and child protection procedures.
0808 801 0366
The Hate Crime Manual has been produced as a practical guide to responding to hate crime. It provides information on the impact on individuals and communities and what support, prevention and enforcement tools are available to tackle hate.  It is a resource for staff in…
The online Hate Crime reporting facility has been developed so that you can report hate crimes online, if you do not want to report directly to the police.  The police take hate crime very seriously and will record and investigate this offence even if you…
The Drug & Alcohol Action Team is responsible for implementing the National Drug Strategy at a local level; working in partnership to ensure a strategic response to substance misuse issues across the partnership, and providing integrated prevention and intervention services to respond to the needs…
0207 364 3176.
The Prevent Team work closely with colleagues from the Hate Crime team in order to promote the borough as ‘no place for hate’ and one that will not condone extremism of any kind.
0207 364 4691 or 0207 364 0248
Supportline: For those affected by crime and in need of support or information.They are independent of the police and anyone can contact them for support, regardless of whether the crime has been reported or how long ago it took place.
0808 689 111