Welcome to the Self Help Hub's guide to supporting services - listed under this section H are the following issues: Health, Hearing Voices, Homelessness.
Click below to find more details of services supporting these issues.
Inspiring quotes about Happiness:
• Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light." - J. K. Rowling
Action for Happiness - '50 Ways to Feel Happy' by Vanessa King
A book packed with activities and ideas to try with family, friends and on your own to help you build your happiness skills!
Anxiety UK -
Health Anxiety Fact Sheet
Download this free fact sheet to help manage health anxiety.
Asthma UK - 0300 222 5800
Speak to an asthma expert nurse for free advice or visit the website for information.
Childline - Visiting Your GP
Advice about visiting your doctor, with all of your questions answered.
NHS 111 - Call 111
If you have communication difficulties call 18001 111 on a textphone or use the NHS 111 BSL interpreter if you are deaf.
NHS 111 can help you if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do. NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
NHS Go gives young people access to clinically-approved medical information, tailored to them.
The NHS Go website and the NHS Go app provide a confidential, health advice and information service for 16-25 year olds. Find services near you, test your general health knowledge and read up on all the latest and most important in healthcare.
Support for teenagers with a parent who has cancer.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Get support from TCT whether you have cancer, you’re worried about cancer or someone you know has been given a cancer diagnosis.
Childline - 0800 1111
If you are hearing voices or have any other unusual sensory experiences which are concerning you, talking to someone can really help.
Hearing Voices Network
Resources, information, training and support.
Nightstop provides emergency overnight accommodation for young homeless people age 16-25 who are facing a night on the streets or sleeping in an unsafe place.
Runaway Helpline - Free Call/text on 116000.
Support and advice for anyone who has run away from home.
Streetlink - London Region
Streetlink - National
Connects rough sleepers to local support services - if you are rough sleeping or if you are concerned about someone over the age of 18 sleeping rough in London, send an alert to StreetLink.
If you believe that the person you are concerned about is under 18, or is in immediate danger, please call 999.
The Albert Kennedy Trust
Support for LGBTQ+ people facing homelessness.
London Borough of Hounslow Services:
Homelessness - 020 8583 3942 or out of hours emergency 020 8583 2222
Contact this number if you are homeless or at risk of homelessness in London Borough of Hounslow. If you are at risk of becoming homeless, the council has a duty under the Homelessness Reduction Act to offer advice and support to try to prevent you from becoming homeless. This can be by helping you to stay in your current home, or if this is not possible, helping to you to find somewhere else to live.
FvH is an international initiative that exists to challenge discrimination based on sexual orientation gender identity and expression at all levels of football.