SW9 recognises that distressing events may occur at any time. If you need help and support, there are several online and telephone free-based services available, most of which you can contact at any time.
Young Minds gives advice to parents and offers support to young people. Contact them on 0808 802 5544 or via their website: youngminds.org.uk.
Mind Ed is an educational resource service dealing with around issues on mental health for young children and adults. More information can be found on the website: minded.org.uk.
Victim Support provides both online and telephone support to children and young people who may have been affected by crime, as well as offering information and support to parents. You can contact them on
0808 168 9291 or online victimsupport.org.uk.
More information on these and more local support services are available on Lambeth Council’s Love Lambeth news page.
You can also contact your SW9 Neighbourhood Officer on 020 7326 3700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Safe Haven Network
Lambeth and Southwark councils are targeting harassment spaces and 'hot spots' in and around their respective borders. The Safe Haven Network, the first of its kind in London, will see staff within businesses around both boroughs undergo training with a crime prevention agency, the Safer Business Network.
Women who feel unsafe or have been harassed will be able to get help from a safe haven premises on businesses, and staff will be able to offer assistance.
Further information on the Safe Haven Network, including the areas in Lambeth that are part of the scheme, can be found on the Love Lambeth website.