A new youth survey has been launched looking at the health and wellbeing of children and young people during the pandemic.
The survey has been designed by the borough’s Youth Council in partnership with Achieving for Children and the Council’s Public Health Team.
We are constantly monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on our service, and will keep our website updated, so please keep checking in.
Sexual Health Clinic is open Mondays 3-5pm for drop-in for under 18 year olds.
Face to face counselling and drop-in services are temporarily closed. If you would like a one-off chat with a counsellor please click the Read more link below for details. […]
Drop-in service is temporarily suspended
We have temporarily closed our drop-in service. Our counselling and Monday Sexual Health Clinic are running as normal.
Crisis/single sessions should be bookable at short notice for those who need it.
Please phone OTR office for more information – 020 8744 1644.
The Richmond upon Thames Voluntary Fund is a charitable trust, independent from the Council, that has been set up to give residents the opportunity to donate to local organisations who make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in Richmond upon Thames. Every year the Voluntary Fund will select which vulnerable group it intends […]
Off The Record Office will be closed from 23rd December – 2nd Jan 2020. We are open as normal on Friday 3rd January.
Off The Record will be open as normal for SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC – Mondays 23rd & 30th December – 3-5pm […]
Huge thanks to all local Co-op members who selected Off The Record to benefit from Co-op’s Local Community Fund scheme, where 1% of money spent by Members on selected products was donated to their chosen charity. 1% on every purchase doesn’t sound like much … but together it has amounted to more than £7,800! As […]