Brook is committed to promoting equal opportunities and valuing diversity. It aims to treat its current and potential clients, staff and volunteers with fairness, dignity and respect regardless of age, disability, HIV status, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, family situation, trade union activities, beliefs, religion or economic and social standing and to meet the identified needs and priorities of its target population.

We aim to provide services that are accessible and acceptable to all young people under the age of 25.  

For more information about Brook Centres, including disability access and the availability of translating services click here

For more information about Ask Brook information service including how to use the service if you are deaf or hard of hearing or English is not your first language click here.

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