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Help with mental health and emotional adjustment for young asylum seekers.

The Well Being project aims to help unaccompanied asylum seeking young people adjust through the use of creative and sports activities, as well as therapeutic group and individual work.

Our work includes:

Life skills sessions

To learn about how and where to access help and information about physical health, emotional well being, and college, in the borough of Hillingdon

Eat well and feel healthy, cooking group

To learn how to cook simple meals using traditional and locally bought foods, and how to make your money go further

Transitions group

We talk about the changes that take place for you when you turn 18 and what happens after this.

Orientation and memory box workshop

To understand how social services works and your life journey so far.

'Respect' group

To explore what 'Respect' means in yours and other cultures. Looking at yours and that of others rights, to be respected.

Youth work

We have a youth worker who is based at West Drayton Youth Centre and Weir House. Youth services offer a wide range of sports and leisure activities, if you are interested in participating or have an idea for activities you'd like to see run in Hillingdon, then please contact us.

If you would like to know more about the services we offer or be involved in any way, please talk to your social worker, or a duty worker.

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