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London Friend

London Friend is an organisation that aims to improve the health and mental well-being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered people (LGB&T). Whether you need support for mental health, sexual health, to address concerns about alcohol and drug use or just someone to talk to, London Friend can help. Their services are delivered by trained LGB&T volunteers.

London Friend can provide the following types of support:
- Counselling: twelve weeks of one-to-one counselling sessions to LGB&T people and for those who may be questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity (cost in accordance with income)
- Social & support groups: groups for women, men, non-binary/trans people, older LGBT people, LGBT people with disabilities and general social groups
- Drug & alcohol use: call the Antidote helpline on 020 7833 1674 (10am-6pm, Monday to Friday) to discuss any issues with drug and alcohol use and receive support
- Sexual health: drop-in clinics for all LGB&T people, as well as booklets on their website about safer sex

86 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DN
Area serviced:
020 7833 1674
Opening times:
10am-6pm, Monday to Friday; clinic times vary
Who is it for:
Any member of the LGB&T community in London
Disabled access:
They run a social group for LGBT people with disabilities on the first Monday of each month 6-8.30pm
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above. Some services are drop-in, see website for details
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