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Tamil-Speaking Support

my NanBee

My NanBee is an online community for Tamil women. The group uses social media platforms to support women so they can open up and share their experiences in a safe and confidential space. They organise workshops, day trips, events and meet-ups. Though they are not a counselling service, they would be pleased to direct you to a qualified source of assistance.

Jothy Helpline

Jothy provides emotional support to those from the Tamil community through a free and confidential helpline and face-to-face counselling service.

Phone: 0203 371 0006 (Mon-Fri 1pm-9pm)

Happy Family Care Services Ltd

Happy Family Care provides a wide range of home health care services including mental health-related services to clients all throughout the South London area. They are based specifically in Sutton and cater to Tamil-speakers.

Tamil Community Centre

The Tamil Community Centre provide Tamil-speaking support services on an appointment basis from locations in both West and East London. Free services include drug and alcohol abuse, community awareness, and general health and well-being.



  • Community Hall, 31 Northolt Road, Harrow, HA2 0NR

  • Tamil Community Centre & Otthulaippu Trinity Community Centre, East Avenue, E12 6SG

  • Tamil Community Centre – The Hive, 359 Hanworth Road, Hounslow, TW3 3SQ


Please call to make an appointment.

Tamil Helpline UK

Tamil Helpline UK is a non-profit help line consisting of Tamil and English-speaking volunteers who are ready and willing to provide advice and guidance regarding a diverse range of concerns.


Nalavaalvu is a free telephone advisory helpline in Tamil to provide advisory services on general health related matters by medically qualified doctors from Jaffna medical faculty overseas alumni (JMFOA UK) charity in the UK.

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