BCU Life Skills Centre

The BCU Life Skills Centre provides a safe welcome to those at a crossroads in their life. By offering a drop-in centre with hot and cold refreshments, life skills courses, one to one counselling and group work for women with children, we give people a good experience of community. They then use the life skills they have acquired to participate more profitably in society at large.

The BCU Life Skills Centre offers support, guidance and practical help to men and women experiencing unemployment or low income in the Borough of Bexley.

The charity's main purpose is to provide services free of charge to those experiencing disadvantage and those who are finding life difficult and who are in need of support. We have a person-centred approach and welcome all members of the community no matter what their circumstances.

Our services include the following:

 Sponsored Walk  2019

MP David Evennett and Mayor of Bexley with walkers at the start of the 2019 sponsored walk.

  • One to one counselling

  • Support Group for women on Thursdays.

  • Volunteer training and work experience

  • Créche facilities (one day per week - Thursdays)

  • Community Service provision with low cost canteen

  • Signposting service

  • Educational workshops including certificated Courses

  • Women only day (Thursdays)

Forthcoming Events

Various free courses take place throughout the year and include Stress Awareness and Management; Basic Food Hygiene; First Aid (Paediatric and Emergency). These are run subject to funding.

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