The journey you have as refugee, asylum seeker or forced migrant can be very difficult and can impact how you live on a day to day basis. Some of your feelings and thoughts might be difficult to manage. We can help you manage those feelings and thoughts. We work with a wide range of issues, including trauma, loss, self-harm, suicide, anxiety, isolation and sleep problems.
Our counselling service provides confidential support in Croydon to refugees, asylum seekers and forced migrants who are aged between 11 - 25.
Clients can request an interpreter.
Making the first call
Anyone can contact us to find out more information or to make a referral. You reach our Refugee Service on 020 8251 0251 and by email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a young person and would like to know what kind of support is available then contact the Refugee Service. When you get in touch we will ask you for some information about you and will let you know when you can meet a counsellor.
If you are a carer or professional and would like to make a referral, then please click this link for guidance and the referral form.
A list of services that offer information, help and advice for refugees and migrants.>
A collection of bedtime stories and messages made by young people new to the UK.Listen here
A mindfulness course with meditations to help you find calm when there is chaos.Sign up
(Dari language) The safe place exercise is a technique to help you calm your mind and body.Watch here
Practice breathing to help you feel calm and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.Watch here
Follow the steps in the video for muscle relaxation and to release tension from your body.Watch here
Monday - Friday, 3-6pm; Saturdays, 10am-1pm