Younger people

Sources of information and advice aimed at young people

My Best Life – a new free app to help connect young people in Lambeth to support and services in the area. Lots of useful content and well worth a look

Young people and the law – a range of information for young people on various topics eg Police, criminal proceedings and anti-social behaviour

Advice for young adults on a range of topics such as health, housing, work and money, and sex and relationships

Young Minds: What’s Worrying You?

Living with parents

Housing advice for young people

Young people and the law – information from government

Advice for under 25s from Citizens Advice

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Services for young people in Lambeth

Local offer – services for children and young people with special educational needs or a disability

Courses for Young People at Lambeth College

Young Lambeth Coop

Counselling for young people – FACES IN FOCUS

Homeless UK : Compass – Lambeth Young People’s Service

Lambeth 16+ Supported Accommodation – Catch22

Youth activities – Lambeth Living

Into School at The Baytree Centre is a programme that facilitates the transition of newly-arrived girls, aged 12 to 18, into the UK education system. The Into School project offers support to girls in our local community who have recently arrived in the UK and have no school place.

Walcot Grant and Student finance advice Funded by the Walcot Foundation, this project provides advice on grants, budgeting and savings advice to individuals and students in need including advice and referral to agencies providing help on welfare to work. For example, are you a student committed to gaining the education and/or training that will lead directly to employment? If so, do you need help with costs such as child care, books travel, IT, field trips, childcare, special clothing or course fees? We can give you advice and may be able to help you apply for a grant