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Docklands Outreach


Service Description

Docklands Outreach is a health and preventative support agency providing practical and therapeutic support to children (3-13 years old) and young people (12-25 years old) living in Tower Hamlets, on a range of emotional and mental health difficulties.

These can range from low mood, depression, anxiety, self-harm, to young people effected by racism, family difficulties, identity, culture, alcohol or substance misuse.

Or those who need support with accessing positive activities, training or employment opportunities. Support is also provided to parents who have children aged 3-13 years old, with emotional, behavioural and conduct disorders via different parenting interventions.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Current support on offer age range:
• Information, Advice and Psychosocial Support - 12-21 years
• Counselling, Psychotherapy & Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - 12-21 years
• Parenting Support - Individual (Personalised Individual Parent Training (PIPT), Parent Child Game (PCG) and group (Incredible Years (IY), Community Families Programme - children 3-13 years
• Community Connector - Young Adults Mental Health - 18 to 25 years
• Workshops and Discussion Groups up to 21 years.
• Street and Community Outreach - up to 21 years.

Our services are free, confidential and available for all children 3-13 years, and young people 12 and 25 years, regardless of gender, sex, race, ethnicity, religion, identity, sexual orientation or background.

Counselling and CBT:
Monday 1pm to 7pm
Tuesday 5pm to 8pm
Wednesday 2pm to 8pm
Thursday 6pm to 8pm

Street & Community Outreach sessions are delivered in the afternoons and evenings across the borough according to identified hotspots and according to needs.

• Emotional health and wellbeing and sex and relationship education workshops.



Questions & Answers

Are The Premises Accessible For Wheelchair Users?
Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Do You Offer Specific Support For Children With Additional Needs?
Has A Service Description?
Registered For 2 Year Old Grant

OFSTED Information

OFSTED Last Inspection and Summary
30 June 2015

Further Information

Provider Type
Advice, Information and Support Services
Delivery Channels
E-Mail In Person Other Electronic Media Post Telephone
Eligibility Criteria
Child Aged 5 And Above Tier 1: Universal
Available Facilities
Disabled Access Healthy Eating Ict Facilities Kitchen Play Area Public Toilets
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral) By Parents Or Family Via Gp Or Other Health Professional Via Voluntary Agencies