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Self-Referrals


Counselling / Newham Talking Therapies

Newham Talking Therapies website 

Tel: 0208 475 8080


Sexual Health Screening

Sexual Health Screening - external provider

Free Sexual Health Service provided from Monday to Saturday (see below table for opening times).

No appointments can be made, this is a Walk in and Wait Service at:

Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health and Wellbeing Centre

40 Liberty Bridge Road

East Village

Stratford

E20 1AS

Tel: 0208 496 7237

Email: BHNT.SLG-Reception@nhs.net

Visit the website for more information here

Barts Health - Sexual Health

Sexual Health and Wellbeing

Opening Times Listed Below:

DAY

OPENING HOURS

BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT

Monday

8:30 - 19:00

Walk-in

Tuesday

8:30 - 19:00

Walk-in

Wednesday

11:30 - 19:00

Walk-in

Thursday

8:30 - 19:00

Walk-in

Friday

08:30 - 15:00

Walk-in

Saturday

09:00 - 13:00

Walk-in

Sunday

CLOSED

CLOSED


Domestic violence support

Newham Asian Women’s Project (NAWP) is now London Black Women's Project (LBWP)

Phone number - 020 8472 0528
Address - 661 Barking Rd, London E13 9EX

Aanchal Women's Aid - 0845 451 2547 (24 hour crisis line for Asian women experiencing domestic abuse)


Termination of pregnancy

British Pregancy Advisory Service

BPAS Stratford

Marie Stopes UK


Newham antenatal services and midwives

Barts Health Maternity Unit

Newham University Hospital switchboard number: 020 7476 4000


Alcohol and drug addiction

CRI is now Change Grow Live at Newham Rise - 0800 652 3879

Get help for yourself - Change, grow, live website

Advice regarding welfare, benefits and housing

Community Links – East London Charity
  • Free advice on Welfare Benefits, Debt and Housing
  • 105 Barking Road, Canning Town  
  • Monday to Thursday mornings, opens at 9:00am (first come, first served basis)
  • Open Door service is a drop-in advice service, with no appointments necessary 
  • If necessary, bring an interpreter with you for your first visit
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