Some services you do not need to see your doctor to get a referral for. These self-referral services are listed below.
Cocaine Anonymous - Signposting Addicts
At present, Cocaine Anonymous is seeing an increase in drug and alcohol problems and addiction.
Cocaine Anonymous is an organisation to help and support people suffering from addiction or who think they may have a drug or alcohol problem. There are now around 30 meetings on all nights of the week. There is a newcomers meeting at Bromley Common Methodist Church, Broomfield Road, Bromley, Kent BR2 9RZ, every Monday from 7:30pm.
Walking for Health
Walking for Health Bromley leaflet
New Advocacy Service for Bromley
Bromley Council has commissioned ‘Advocacy for All’ to deliver a new advocacy service which brings together all advocacy support in one place, through one point of contact. Those eligible for advocacy support will have easy access to support to help them complete assessments and raise concerns with the services they use. The service launches on 1 April 2018 and will provide a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy across Bromley. Those eligible for support include people with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, children and young people, those making health complaints and people who need help with assessments and reviews being carried out by local authority social workers.
The new service can be contacted on Advocacy for All’s telephone number – 0345 310 1812 or via its website – http://www.advocacyforall.org.uk
Princess Royal University Hospital Antenatal Self Referral Form
Bromley Working for Wellbeing
Bromley Working for Wellbeing - self referral information
Bromley Dementia Support Hub
To access support from the Bromley Dementia Support Hub, refer someone to the service or general enquiries, please use the details and form on this page.
The Hub offers: Plan Support, Information, Help you prepare for the future, Stay active, Help at home, Help for carers.
The service is free to Bromley residence registered with a Bromley GP Practice
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (excluding Bank Holidays)
Telephone: 020 3328 0366
The Bromley Dementia Support Hub runs a regular dementia café providing a relaxed, informal setting for people with dementia and their family, friends and carers. The Memory Lane Café is a chance to make friends with other people from Bromley living with dementia, share and talk about interests and life experiences. The café runs many activities for carers and people living with dementia. There is no need to pre-book your place at the Memory Lane Dementia Cafe, just turn up on the day. It is free to attend and donations are welcome.
The Memory Lane Café will be held at Community House, Ground Floor, South Street, Bromley, BR1 1RH. Community House used to be the former Magistrates Court and is opposite the Fire Station. Memory Lane Café will run on Friday, 10.30am to 12.30pm. Please contact the hub for the dates.
Adolescent Eating Disorders
If you are younger than 18 years old and worried you might have Bulimia or another eating problem, professional help is available. Call the Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders self-referral telephone line on: 020 3228 2545 to access professional help and support
Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm
You, your parents, teachers or GP can call our service to access professional support if you are registered with a GP in: Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham, Croydon, Greenwich, Bexley or Bromley
Search online for SLAM CAMHS Eating Disorders
Local Authority referrals: https://www.bromley.gov.uk/info/731/safeguarding_adults