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Croydon Drop In - Counselling, Advocacy and Health Support for Young People

Croydon Drop In is a charitable organisation which exists to support young people aged 11 to 25 years old who live, work or study in the borough of Croydon.

Services we provide include:
• Counselling – free confidential service
• Advice and Guidance
• Advice and Advocacy
• Outreach Health Education Work
• Counselling in Schools and Colleges
• Effective Listening Skills Training
• Young People’s Participation Group – ‘The Voice’

If you would like more information or details on any of these services, please contact us. Our website is currently under construction and will be launching soon.

132 Church Street , Croydon , Surrey, CR0 1RF
Area serviced:
Croydon Borough
Contact name:
Kim Bennett
Job title:
020 8680 0404
Opening times:
Mon: 12pm-7pm, Tue-Thu: 4pm-8pm, Fri: 12pm-7pm Appointment Only, Sat:10am-1pm Appointment Only
Who is it for:
Young people who live, work or study in Croydon 11 - 25 years
Disabled access:
How to apply:
Ring, email or drop-in
Tram to Church Street or Reeves Corner

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