Find a Helpful Service

Luton has lots of services that can help, so if we can’t, someone else might be able to.

Please find a list of services we think are great below. Click on the name to find out more about them.

Families United Network

Contact number: 01582 420800

Website: http://www.familiesunitednetwork.org.uk/


Penrose

Penrose have 9 integrated support services across Luton, Bedford and Central Bedfordshire, with the emphasis on prevention, early intervention and integration for people at risk of losing their independence.  The services range  from floating support, to accommodation based services, to community engagement projects.

Contact number: 01582 343230

Website: http://www.penrose.org.uk/services-projects/luton/


Luton Food Bank

Provides free food parcels

Contact number: 01582 725838

Website: http://www.lutonfoodbank.org.uk/contact/


Flying Start

Contact number: 01582 548356

Website: http://www.flyingstartluton.com/


Sure Start

Contact number: 0370 000 2288

Website: http://www.gov.uk/find-sure-start-childrens-centre


LAMP

Helps homeless young people aged up to 25 years

Contact number: 01582 431744

Website: http://lamp.community/about-us/who-we-are/


NOAH

Helps homeless people

Contact number: 01582 728416

Website: http://www.noahenterprise.org


Active Luton

Provides sporting and physical activities. These are charged, but look out for their regular good deals.

Contact number: 01582 256000

Website: www.activeluton.co.uk


Live Well Luton

Helps those wanting to pursue a healthy lifestyle, including giving up smoking, drinking and exercising more.

Contact number: 01582 757 635

Website: www.livewell-luton.org.uk


Luton Culture

Provides cultural activities. Many of these are free including, libraries, museums, parks and playgrounds.

Contact number: 01582 547470

Website: www.lutonculture.com


Luton Advice Network

Combining Citizens Advice Bureau, Luton Law Centre and Luton Rights, Luton Advice Network can offer free legal, benefit and housing advice.

Contact number: 0844 2451285

Website: https://www.secure.luton.gov.uk/kiosk/lutonaccess/


Womens Aid

Helping women affected by domestic violence

Contact number: 01582 391856

Website: http://www.womensaidinluton.org/


Youth Offending

Helping young people caught up in crime

Contact number: 01582 547900

Website: www.luton.gov.uk/youthoffending/


Luton Safeguarding Children Board

Helping families provide good care for their children

Contact number: 01582 547590

Website: http://www.lutonlscb.org.uk/


Luton School Admissions Team

Helping children and young people get a Luton school place

Anne Giles (admissions at the council)

Contact number: 01582 548016

Website: http://www.luton.gov.uk/admissions/


ABC Children’s Centres

Contact number: 01582 413552

Website: http://www.abcchildrenscentre.co.uk/


Azalea

Supporting women involved in sex work

Contact number: 01582 733200

Website: http://www.azalea.org.uk/


Youthscape

Providing youth clubs, activities and therapeutic support for 11- 18 year olds.

Contact number: 01582 877220

Website: http://www.youthscape.co.uk/


TOKKO

Providing youth clubs and activities for 11 – 18 year olds.

Contact number: 01582 544990

Website: http://www.tokko.co.uk/


Mary Seacole

Providing housing for homeless young people

Contact number: 01582 415651

Website: http://www.maryseacoleha.com/


Luton Islamic Community Forum

Contact number: 01582 966232

Website: http://www.hockwellringmasjid.org.uk/


Stopsley Baptist Foodbank

Provides free food parcels

Contact number: 01582 727352

Website: http://www.stopsley.me.uk/food-works/


Make Lunch

Provides free lunches in the holiday season for children on free school meals

Contact number: 07593 325924

Website: http://www.makelunch.org.uk/


YMCA

Contact number: 01582 280710

Website: http://www.ymcabedfordshire.org.uk/


CHUMS

Provides free bereavement and mental health support to people of all ages.

Contact number: 01525 863924

Website: http://www.chums.uk.com/

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