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    Advocacy - Jigsaw4u

    Supporting children and young people who are looked after by the London Borough of Merton to have their voices heard. Also supporting those attending Child Protection Conferences or Family Group Conference to express their views and wishes. Jigsaw4u is a child-centred charity helping children and young…
    Telephone 020 8687 1384

    Business Launchpad (Free Business Support for young people)

    Our programme of holistic business support and counselling, for young entrepreneurs aged 16 to 30, has been successfully helping young people set themselves up as successful business men and women since 1988. All of our business and counselling support is completely free and our unique…

    Communities Empowerment Network (CEN)

    CEN is an education charity that offers expertise in working with children excluded from school, children at risk of exclusion and persistent absentees, who have been given a fixed-term or permanent exclusion. Through provision of free advice, support, representation, advocacy, mediation and restorative approaches, CEN helps to…
    Telephone 020 7733 0297 (24 hour hotline)

    Detached Youth Work Team (Merton)

    The role of our detached team is similar in many ways to that of our centre-based colleagues. We travel around the borough in our mobile vehicle ("Urbie van"), to establish positive relationships with young people based on mutual trust and respect. We travel to where…
    Telephone 020 8274 5826 Telephone 07958 550371

    Get Safe Online - free expert advice

    A website providing practical advice on how to protect yourself, your computer and mobile devices against fraud, identity theft, etc.  The topics covered include shopping and banking online, cyberbullying, cyberstalking, gaming, skype, social networking sites, etc.  See the Get Safe Top 10 plus short videos explaining some of…

    Get Your Rights - getting the best care from the NHS

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    An interactive website to help children and young people understand their rights when using the NHS.  This National Children's Bureau website tells you everything you need to know to get the most out of the NHS.    

    Getting It On (health services for teenagers)

    Information and services for 13-19 year olds on sexual and mental health issues, drugs & alcohol and relationship problems.  The website provides details of local services in Merton, free helplines, and links to organisations specialising in young people's problems and concerns, including friendly advice on visiting a…

    Grenfell Housing & Training (for young people)

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    Grenfell Housing & Training provides housing and support in Merton, Kingston and Wandsworth for young people aged 16-30, young mothers and people with learning disabilities. Our tenants have the support of a dedicated housing officer. The housing officers work closely with tenants, getting to know each…
    Telephone 020 8545 2588 (South Wimbledon) Telephone 020 3675 0080 (Mitcham)

    Homelessness advice - Alone in London

    Alone in London became part of Depaul UK on 1 September 2016. If you are a homeless young person, at risk of homelessness, or facing family difficulties, find out what advice Alone in London can offer you. They run an advice service for young people who…

    Housing Project for Homeless Young People in Merton

    SPEAR is a short-stay (twelve weeks) housing project for homeless young people aged 16-21 years. The hostel has nine bed spaces in shared rooms. Residents are offered advice and referrals for housing and benefit.
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