Updated Jan 2021
With the situation around Covid-19 constantly changing, our priority is the health of young people, staff and the wider community.
We are offering all of our services remotely as our day centre is temporarily closed until 21 February due to the current lockdown. We hope to open the centre again as soon as possible so will keep this under regular review.
Already using New Horizon?
We will continue to work with anyone who is already getting support from us. We will mainly support you via phone, email or online. If you are already known to us and want an update, then please call 020 7388 5560 or email email@example.com. Someone from our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please note that as the centre is currently closed, it’s unlikely that someone will answer the phone when you call. We are regularly checking the voicemail but if you need something urgent, we’d advise emailing first.
Not currently using or new to our service?
We very much welcome new referrals, so if you have nowhere else to go or are about to become homeless, then please don’t wait and get in touch via the online form below.
Remote services run Mon-Fri between 10.30am and 4pm. This support includes:
You are a priority to us and we will get in touch as soon as we can. We are very busy and our team are doing their best to get to the people who need us most quickest, so try not to worry if you don’t hear from us immediately.
Can't wait that long?
You might feel that you need help or information right now. To keep things simple, we have put together a basic list of other organisations that also offer support.
Want to make a referral for someone else?
Things around Covid-19 and the lockdown keep developing, so there will also be changes around how we and others will be supporting young people. We will be giving updates via Twitter, Facebook and our website.
This page is especially for updates for young people about what support is available through New Horizon Youth Centre and other organisations during this time. We will update this page as soon as we have any changes to announce or new information to share.
If you are homeless, seeking asylum or a vulnerable person seeking refuge, you are allowed to stay overnight away from home under the official regulations.
The information about Covid-19 can be overwhelming and worrying. To find out more about what is happening and a few simple steps you can take to avoid catching or spreading it: