From health and wellbeing, to activities for children or adults, and general information – we have put together a list of resources that you may find helpful or of interest.
Health and Wellbeing
FAQs about the NHS Test and Trace System
Age UK Bromley and Greenwich – services and activities for older people and their carers.
Kooth - mental health support for young people
The Mix - moderated online discussion boards for young people to discuss their concerns around Covid-19
Look after your mental wellbeing during COVID-19 – advice from Bromley Well.
Self-help books to support your mental health – a selection of e-books and e-audiobooks to help improve feelings, beat stress and boost ability to live well.
Shout – a 24/7 national text line for help with anxiety and stress for adults 16 years and above
Talk Together Bromley (Bromley Healthcare's IAPT service) A free NHS evidence-based talking therapy service for people aged 18 years and over, who are anxious, stressed, have low mood or suffer from depression Tel: 0300 003 3000
NHS Free Your Mind – help for mental ill-health.
Activities for Children
Online resources for all ages from Bromley Libraries
Bromley Libraries YouTube channel - all of our entertainers are back, so make sure to watch and subscribe for all things silly this summer!
Summer Reading Challenge - Sign up for the Silly Squad with Bromley Libraries!
Home Learning Resources – selection curated by Bromley Education Matters
Activities for Adults
Bromley Historic Collections View 210 artworks from our collections
Moving image archive from Bromley Historic Collections
Churchill Theatre - virtual tour
FutureLearn – a variety of free online courses
General Help and Information
Bromley Assistance Helpline - or call 020 8313 4484 (weekday office hours). For volunteer support with tasks such as shopping, prescriptions, befriending or dog walking.
COVID-19 Mutual Aid Bromley – community self-help group
Directory of local organisations and advice services
Domestic abuse support services available in Bromley:
National Domestic Abuse Helpline (24 hours) – 0808 2000 247
SEND families advice and information