Self Referral

Due to COVID-19, the opening hours and access to these services may differ from what is noted here. Please contact the individual services for more information on the current hours and access.

Most referrals to other specialists will require you seeing or speaking with a GP. However, there are a number of local services, listed below, that you are able to make self referrals to.

Brent Weight Management Schemes and Services

There are a range of services and support available locally to help with weight management.

Paediatric speech and language therapy (SLT) service in Brent referrals

Our children's speech and language service in Brent will accept referrals from anyone, as long as a parent of the child or young person who is being referred has consented.

North West London Sexual Health and Contraceptive Service

Sexual Health and Contraception Services for Brent, Ealing, Harrow and Hillingdon London North West University Healthcare provides sexual health services across four boroughs, HIV care and a range of outreach services via our partner organisations.


You can now self-refer to Brent Physiotherapy.
020 3795 3429

Welcome to the CNWL Talking Therapies Service (IAPT)

We are part of the national NHS ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) service. We provide a range of talking therapies for people who feel anxious and worried, or down and depressed.

New Beginnings.

Free and confidential help for Brent residents Are you worried about your own or someone else's drug or alcohol use? If so, get in touch with our expert team at New Beginnings. We’ll discuss what concerns you have and make a plan together, to help you manage, reduce or stop your drug or alcohol use. You can call, email or visit our service in person.
24/7 helpline: 0800 107 1754

St Mary’s Hospital – Paddington

It is really important for you and your baby’s health that you start your antenatal care early in pregnancy – in your first 10 to 12 weeks.

Queen Charlotte’s Hospital – North Acton

Our maternity and obstetrics service provides care for women and babies throughout pregnancy, labour, and the postnatal period, which usually lasts about 10 days after birth. We take pride in providing personalised, supportive services for all of our patients, whether your pregnancy is straightforward or highly complex.

University College London (UCL) Hospital Euston

We understand that having a baby is one of the most important experiences of your life. You will have particular expectations of your birth that are important to you: where you want your baby to be born, who will be with you and the type of care you get.

Northwick Park Hospital

We help over 5,000 mums give birth each year from our midwifery-led birthing unit and consultant-led labour wards at Northwick Park Hospital.


We believe that young people are best placed to guide, support and empower their peers on issues relating to mental health and well being. is a site set up to support young people manage the changing times we are currently living in.
0151 547 7703

NUPAS (national unplanned pregnancy advisory service)

We offer abortion treatments and free pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection screening and a fully comprehensive contraceptive service.
0333 004 6666

Marie Stopes UK

You don’t need a GP referral to access NHS funded abortion care. We've been helping people with their reproductive health options for over 40 years. We provide NHS-funded and self-funded abortion and vasectomy care through our network of local clinics all over England. You can give us a call whenever you need us. Our advice line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
0345 300 8090

Find a psychological therapies service in England

You can refer yourself directly to a psychological therapies service (IAPT) without seeing your GP. These services offer therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), for common problems including: stress, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and phobias

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

The Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) identifies those at diabetes high risk and refers them onto a behaviour change programme.