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Help with Issues Relating to Housing

Samaritans (24h): Tel. 0845 790 9090

Victim Support: Tel 0845 30 30 900

Alcoholics Anonymous: Tel 0845 769 7555

Ealing RISE (Recovery Intervention Services Ealing)
Local services for those who are experiencing difficulties with their drug or alcohol use.
Free phone contact number (24h): 0800 195 8100
http://www.ealingrise.org.uk
Services provided at two sites as follows:

  • RISE Central Hub, 103 The Broadway, Uxbridge Road. Ealing. W13 9BP – open access for assessments Monday – Thursday 9.3am, first come first serve. Tel: 0208 567 4772
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  • RISE West Hub, Saluja Clinic, 36a Northcote Avenue, Southall. UB1 2AY – open access for assessments Monday – Wednesday and Friday at 9.3am, first come first serve. Tel: 0208 843 5900
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  • Build on Belief (Service User led club) is located on the Central Hub site and is open on evening and weekends with groups running throughout

Womens Wellness Zone
Service provided by RISE for women with complex needs such as sex working, domestic abuse, mental health, criminal justice involvement and substance misuse.
71 – 73 The Broadway, Southall. UB1 1LA
Tel: 0208 571 4954.
Open Monday – Friday
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EASY Project
Service provided by RISE for individuals under the age of 18.  For initial contact call: 0208 567 4772

UK National Drugs Helpline: Tel. 0800 77 66 00

Ealing CAP Debt Centre
Free debt advice for those overwhelmed by their financial circumstances. Service works with clients until such time as they are debt free, restoring self worth and dignity to individuals.
Contact: Azniv Pambakian
Tel: 0208 579 8882 (9 – 5 Mondays and Tuesdays)
Email: aznivpambakian@capuk.org
Web: https://capuk.org/
National Contact Tel: 0800 328 0006 ( 9:30am-5pm Monday to Thursday, 9:30am-3:30pm on Friday)

National Debtline: Tel. 0808 808 4000

Relate Marriage Guidance:
Tel. 0208 427 8694
Tel 0300 100 1234

Choices Ealing (Sexual Health): Tel. 0208 840 8034

24-hour National Domestic Violence: Freephone 0808 2000 247

Southall Black Sisters (domestic violence): Tel 0208 571 0800

ACAS – advice about employment disputes: Tel. 08457 47 47 47

Eating Disorders Helpline: Tel. 0845 634 1414

Mind (Mental Health Charity):
PO Box 277 Manchester M60 3XN
Tel. 0300 123 3393

Ealing Mental Health: Tel. 0203 313 5661

Missing People Helpline: Tel. 116 000

Ealing Abbey Counselling Service: Tel: 020 8998 3361

Get Connected (Young People in Difficulty): Tel. 0808 808 4994

Heathrow Travel Care
Room 00142, North Wing, Terminal 3,
Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, TW6 1BZ
Tel.: 0208 745 7495
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Ealing Youth Counselling: Tel 0208 992 8182

Age UK Ealing:
135 Uxbridge Road, LONDON, W13 9A
Tel: 020 8567 8017
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Age UK Michael Flanders Day Centre:
Church Road, LONDON, W3 8PP
Tel: 020 8825 9189
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Refugee Council: Tel. 0808 808 2255

Ealing Street Pastors:
http://www.ealing.streetpastors.org.uk
07908 156927

National Gambling Helpline Free Tel: 0808 8020 133

General Directory of Services: http://www.thepavement.org.uk

General Help and Advice

Information and Support Sessions
Hanwell Community Centre, Monday-Friday 9:30-12:30
Contact EASE for an appointment – Tel: 0208 575 6139
Help with Information, Guidance and Support, third party reporting, internet services, photocopying and letter writing support.
Support in making complaints, finding services, signposting and general information.

Accident & Emergency and Urgent Care

Accident and Emergency Services are available at our local hospital:
Ealing Hospital
Uxbridge Road
Southall
Middlesex
UB1 3HW
Tel: 020 8967 5000

There is also an Urgent Care Centre inside the main entrance to the Accident and Emergency department at Ealing Hospital. You can receive treatment for cuts, grazes, lacerations, sprains, strains, broken bones, bites, stings, infected wounds, minor head injuries, minor eye infections, foreign bodies and scratches.  You will be referred to A&E if necessary.

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Spending the Night

In the past, home seekers have addressed short term needs for a safer place to spend the night in the following ways;

  • making journeys on night buses or tubes;
  • making their way to airports such as Heathrow, where other people are sleeping as they await their departures;
  • spending time at Paddington Station, which is open 24 hours per day, has 24 hour toilet facilities and has shower facilities during the day ( cost £5 );
  • making their way to Ealing Broadway, where trains depart and arrive throughout the night;
  • camping out in parks;
  • having drinks in all-night cafes.