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  1. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) King's Cross Neighbourhood Centre

    Acts as a community centre with advice and activities for the Chinese and Somali communities. Youth centre in the evenings. The Centre is also available for evening and weekend hire. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  2. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) Marchmont Community Centre

    General advice and information, lunch club, group activities, community development support. Older people's activities include a lunch club, bridge, pilates, bingo, gentle exercise, qi gong, knitting group, arts and crafts, free use of computers, day trips, holidays, advice and volunteering. UK Online centre. Rooms for hire. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  3. Abbey Community Centre

    We run programmes for over 50s, these include: Community Time Camden (CTC), CHAPS, Kilburn Good Neighbours and Primrose Hill Neighbours Help. ACC run an under 5's drop in, a community education service which includes a class teaching English for speakers of other languages and a sewing class and an advice and self help service which includes groups for recovering alcoholics and other substance abusers. ACC also run a Health and Exercise service, a computer drop in and a service for young people which includes Tae Kwon Do sessions and Piano classes. Please visit the website for more details.

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  4. Abbey Estate Tenants And Residents Association

    Council Tenanats Association. Affiliated To The Hampstead District Management Committe. Camdent Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations.

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  5. Abilitynet

    AbilityNet exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education.

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  6. ACBBA

    An independent, not-for-profit enterprise development organisation established in 2004 as part of a European Union funded initiative to test new approaches to making enterprise available to all.

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  7. Action for Blind People

    Advice in specific areas such as employment, benefits, housing, assistive technology and access to service and grants

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  8. Advisory Service for Squatters

    Advisory Service For Squatters is an UNPAID collective of workers who have been running a daily advice service for squatters and homeless people since 1975.

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  9. Africa Advocacy Foundation

    Africa Advocacy Foundation is a community-based charity that works to improve the welfare of disadvantaged people by promoting access to services e.g health, education, employment and other opportunities..AAF has over 16 years experience of supporting disadvantaged individuals and families from diverse communities in London. We work with a range of local partners, service providers, professionals, communities and funders to deliver appropriate and timely interventions for our beneficiaries.

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  10. African Educational Trust

    Advice on education and training for African students in the UK. Carries out and supports research studies into the needs of refugees and students from Africa. provides grants and scholarships to African students

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  11. African Families Association

    Offers leisure and recreiational activities to African families. Includes advice, information and health promotion. Interpreting and translation service. laguagues spoken: French, Kikongo, Lingala, Swahili and Tshiluba. Located in Regents park ward.Opening Hours: Mon-fri 11.00-17.00. Offers Leisure And Recreational Activities To African Families. Includes Advice And Information And Health Promotion. Interpreting And Translation Service.

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  12. African Swahili Community Project in the UK (ASCOP-Undugu)

    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from the community.

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  13. Agar Childrens Centre

    Children's Centres in Camden provide services for children under five and their families. They are organised on a locality basis and provide a range of services including childcare and education, family support, outreach and home visiting, community based health services and advice on training, employability and benefits.

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  14. Akina Mama Wa Africa

    An international non governmental Development organisation for African women. A community-based organisation, which sought to create a space for African women to organise autonomously, network with each other, share skills and expertise, identify issues of concern and speak for themselves.

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  15. Albert Kennedy Trust

    AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment. We aim to meet the individual needs of each young person and ensure we get them back on track in life.

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  16. Algerian British Connection

    The Algerian British Connection is here to help the Algerian community get together to foster cultural links between the British community, to help support the Algerian community and promote Algerian arts, culture and traditions. Also develop cultural and educational activities to benefit the local community as a whole. This group is here to help inform the Algerian community of any social events happening regarding the Algerian community. Its an opportunity for us to voice our opinions and concerns regarding Algerians living in London and Algeria.

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  17. Alone In London

    Alone in London works to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, providing a range of services to support young people.

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  18. Anglo-Somali Society

    The Anglo-Somali Society is a non profit-making international friendship society whose objective is to foster friendship and understanding between Somalis and the English-speaking world, and to develop cultural and social relations between them.

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  19. Asian Elderly Group

    Anand Mandal supports and cares for the needs of elderly people in the Asian community. Types of Advice Offered Drop-in Appointment. Dropin Center for men and women over 55 living in Islington and neighbouring boroughs

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  20. Asylum Aid

    Asylum Aid was founded in 1990 to provide desperately-needed legal representation to those fleeing persecution abroad. We have provided legal advice to more than 30,000 people in the last twenty years, and we are committed to continuing this work.

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  21. Bengali Men's Group

    Meets once a week at a lunch club.Organise outings and visits.

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  22. Bengali Womens Forum

    We are a voluntary organisation based in Camden but serving the interests of women from deprived communities and their families, locally and nationally. Our purpose and our role is to provide advice and information on welfare rights, debt, employment, and health issues as well as representation, advocacy and translation services. We promote the valuable contribution women make in the communities they live in and seek to empower more of them to do so through educational, training and employment services. We run a supplementary school to facilitate and support the education of children and younger people from poorer backgrounds, those with learning disabilities and those with special needs. We run a registered youth football team and facilitate sports and recreational services. We engage with women in the communities through events, seminars and workshops and seek to address their concerns to ensure their rights and responsibilities.

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  23. Bengali Workers' Association

    Bengali Workers’ Association was founded in 1976 to work for the development of the local communities, in particular the Bengali community. BWA provides employment and training advice, support to older people, enabling them to find out about their local services, community education such as Bengali language classes for young people, a Surma Youth Club, enabling young people to take part in a range of activities and a Welfare and Benefits Advice Service. Please visit the website for more information.

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  24. Betknowmore UK

    We provide support and mentoring services to help tackle issues around problematic gambling. Our first service is called ACT - a tailored mentoring programme for one-to-one support.

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  25. Brent Women’s Advisory Resource Centre

    INFORMATION, ADVICE, GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SESSIONS. BWARC PROVIDES ESOL DRAMA AND FRENCH SESSIONS. BWARC PROVIDES ADVICE ON IMMIGRATION, HOUSING, WELFARE BENEFITS AND CASEWORK. BWARC PROVIDES OUTREACH SERVICES TO FAMILIES, SUPPORTS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS, CONDUCTS RESEARCH AND HELPS WITH PROMOTING SUPPORT FOR FAIR POLICIES.

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  26. Bridge Project

    For people aged 18-65 from the African, African Caribbean and Bangladeshi/Bengali communities who are experiencing mental ill health and live independently in the London Borough of Camden, and are subject to the Care Programme Approach (CPA).

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  27. CAB Housebound Service

    Camden Citizens Advice Bureaux Service (CCABS) is an independent organisation and is a member of Citizens Advice (The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux).

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  28. Camden & Westminister Refugee Training Partnership

    C&WRTP is an umbrella organisation consisting of representatives from Refugee Community Organisations (RCOS) based in Camden and Westminster. Services include: Training and careers guidance for refugees and asylum seekers and services for refugee community groups. ESOL training courses to NVQ levels 1-4, careers and employment advice and guidance. Health awareness sessions at other venues. Saturday school for underachieving refugee children in local centres. Capacity building and development work with refugee community groups in Camden and Westminster.

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  29. Camden Association of Street Properties

    Association for Tenants and Leaseholders, serviced by Camden Council. Group linking residents of London Borough of Camden (LBC) street properties, to discuss common aims and concerns. This covers issues like repairs, capital works, housing management, etc, and works toward policy and procedural change via Camden Council. Committee meets monthly and communicates with residents through borough-wide meetings and newsletters.

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  30. Camden Bangali Residents Association

    Association for any resident in Camden from a Bengali background, welcomes people from Bangladesh and West Bengal.

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  31. Camden Carers Service

    Camden Carers Centre is a local voluntary sector charity,which gives advice and support to carers from all communities living in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Carers Service (CCS) is a partnership between Camden Carers Centre and Centre 404

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  32. Camden Community Law Centre

    Camden Community Law Centre is a registered charity serving local residents of the London Borough of Camden. The organisation also provides disability advice.

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  33. Camden Deaf People's Group

    Our Deaf Support service can give information and support with: Benefits, Form filling, Booking BSL/English interpreters, Housing Health Services, Access to Work and much more...

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  34. Camden Elderly Irish Network

    The Irish Elderly Advice Network provides advice, information and support to older Irish people. Front line support includes advice on housing, welfare rights, Irish and UK pensions, health, death counselling and bereavement support. They provide an Outreach Drop In service at Sacred/Heart church in Quex Road, Kilburn every Wednesday. They lobby and campaign on issues of concern to older Irish people, and provide support and advice to Irish pensioners club leaders about grants and local council services.

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  35. Camden Flexicare

    Flexicare was established in 1996 with the aim of providing community support to people with mental health problems and physical disabilities.

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  36. Camden Forum of Elderly People

    The Greater London Forum for Older People (GLF) was formed in 1988. The GLF is a voluntary organisation and the umbrella group for older people’s Forums and Groups across the 32 London Boroughs and the City of London and is a voice for grassroots Older Londoners.

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  37. Camden Greater London Health & Welfare Trust

    GENERAL CHARITABLE PURPOSES, THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEALTH OR SAVING OF LIVES, RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES, ELDERLY/OLD PEOPLE, PEOPLE OF A PARTICULAR ETHNIC OR RACIAL ORIGIN, THE GENERAL PUBLIC/MANKIND, PROVIDES HUMAN RESOURCES, PROVIDES SERVICES, PROVIDES ADVOCACY/ADVICE/INFORMATION

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  38. Camden House

    Camden Probation Service

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  39. Camden People First

    We support people with learning difficulties living or working in the London borough of Camden through services which enable people with learning difficulties to obtain their full rights and privileges as citizens. We advance and promote the education of self advocacy for people with learning difficulties and educate the public on their needs.

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  40. Camden Safety Net

    We provide services to survivors of domestic violence as well as to children affected by violence.

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  41. Camden Swahili Community Project

    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from the community.

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  42. Camden Town CAAC

    Conservation Area Advisory Committees (CAACs) are groups of local residents and businesses as well as representatives of local historical, civic and amenity societies. In some cases, representatives of national amenity societies are also members of Camden CAACs. Due to their local knowledge, these committees are a valuable source of local advice on planning and conservation issues.

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  43. Camden Victim Support

    Camden Victim Support

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  44. Camden Young Women's Centre

    African/Caribbean Women's Group,Young Mother's group, Young Mothers & Young Carers Group and othe Drop-ins.

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  45. Camden Youth Service

    We offer a wide-ranging, exciting and engaging programme of activities that build young people’s skills and confidence.

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  46. Camden, City, Islington & Westminister Bereavement Service

    Founded as Camden Bereavement Service in 1969, today Camden, City, Islington and Westminster Bereavement Service is a registered charity, that relies on public support, and which exists to provide free bereavement counselling help for any adult either living within or registered with a GP, in the boroughs of; Camden, Islington and the City of Westminster, or who live, work or are registered with a GP, within the City of London.

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  47. Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum

    We are a group of individuals who either live or work in the Camley Street & Elm Village area. We formed the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum because we share a common purpose and objective – to make our neighbourhood the nicest possible place it can be – to make it an area that’s economically vibrant, socially connected, and generally the nicest, greenest, safest place to live and work it can possibly be.

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  48. Cancerkin

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  49. Carila Latin America Welfare Group

    provide advice and info in the areas of, welfare rights,health,Education,Housing,Immigration 1.Interpreting / Advocacy in aid of the above areas supplementary spanish class: Saturday 10:00 - 13.00 (6-12 yrs) Telephone helpline 0808 8000540 Monday - Thursday 10.00 - 13.00 Referals Signposting Drama, Art & IT for young people 14-19yrs, volunteering & work placement opportunities

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  50. Casa Latino Americana

    The Latin American House is a registered Charity that aims to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers and local communities in our multicultural Kilburn.

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  51. Chadswell Healthy Livin Centre Bangladeshi Families Project

    Advice, activities and support to Bangladeshi community in Kings Cross & Brunswick area

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  52. Chain Reaction in Town

    Chainreaction in Town is a community based Personal Development Group designed for the development and growth of disabled adults with moderate to high support and care needs.

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  53. Chalk Farm Parking Action Group

    Group Arguing For Parking And Traffic Regulations To Suit The Needs Of Local People. Covers Chalk Farm, North Camden Town And South Kentish Town.

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  54. Child Poverty Action Group

    Child Poverty Action Group is the leading national charity working to end poverty among children, young people and families in the UK. Our vision is of a society free of child poverty where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential.

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  55. Children Concern

    Child Concern is a registered charity based in the North West whose objects are to work to further and improve knowledge and practice of all persons involved and interested in the law and practice relating to children and children’s issues.

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  56. Chinese Mental Health Association

    CMHA now provide a diverse range of services with the aim of serving Chinese people who suffer from mental health related issues and problems. We also provide support for their carers whom may not be familiar with all the nuances of traditional Chinese culture. Such is our growing scope of influence; we now operate at local, regional and nationals levels.

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  57. Citizen Support Services for Somalis in Camden

    General advice and support services engaging Somali community in democratic process

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  58. Citizens Advice Camden ( Regents Park location)

    Citizens Advice Camden is a charity that provides advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. Please note that these services are only available to people who live, work or study full-time in Camden. Opening times at our Regents Park location are from 1 pm - 6 pm on Tuesday's, from 10 am - 2 pm on Wednesdays and from 10 am - 12 noon on Thursdays. If you want to contact us about matters other than advice please email us here: AdminNoAdviceGiven@camdencabservice.org.uk Or write to: Head Office Citizens Advice Camden 88-91 Troutbeck Albany Street London NW1 4EJ

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  59. Citizens Advice Camden (Kentish Town location)

    Citizens Advice Camden is a charity that provides advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. Please note that these services are only available to people who live, work or study full-time Camden. Our office opening hours at our Kentish Town location are from 10 am - 1 pm on Mondays and from 10 am - 1 pm on Fridays. If you want to contact us about matters other than advice please email us here: AdminNoAdviceGiven@camdencabservice.org.uk Or write to: Head Office Citizens Advice Camden 88-91 Troutbeck Albany Street London NW1 4EJ

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  60. Club Social De Mayores

    Local activitiesLibrary

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  61. Cocoon Family Support

    Cocoon Family support is a London based charity. We support those affected by postnatal depression, and mothers who are struggling to deal with difficult emotions before and after birth. We aim to provide a range of services for those affected by Postnatal Depression including one to one home visits either at Cocoon Family Support or in the comfort of your own home. Cocoon Family Support was founded by Jessica Warne. Jessica founded Cocoon after experiencing postnatal depression after the birth of her daughter.

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  62. Common Purpose

    Common Purpose is an independent, international leadership development organisation. We give people from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors the inspiration, skills and connections to become better leaders at work and in society. We develop their ability to work together, innovate and to thrive in different cultures - this helps people, organisations, cities and regions to succeed.

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  63. Community Security Trust

    To work at all times for the physical protection and defence of British Jews.

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  64. Communtiy Safety

    Co-ordinates work on community safety in Camden and facilitates the Camden Community Safety Partnership. The Partnership includes people from Camden Council, Camden Police, NHS Camden, NHS Islington, the Probation Service, Camden Victim Support as well as other statutory and voluntary agencies.

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  65. Congolese Community Council

    Run Workshops & Seminars In Health For Hiv And Crises Intervention. Drop In Session For Advice To Support. Run Esol To It Courses.

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  66. Congolese Old People UK

    Works with older Congolese in Camden

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  67. CORE Trust

    For over 25 years The Core Trust has pioneered new ways of dealing with drug and alcohol addiction.

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  68. Cosmetic Support

    Providing emotional support to people with body dysmorphic disorder going through cosmetic surgery

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  69. Council for Ex Muslims

    We, non-believers, atheists, and ex-Muslims, are establishing or joining the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain to insist that no one be pigeonholed as Muslims with culturally relative rights nor deemed to be represented by regressive Islamic organisations and ‘Muslim community leaders’.

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  70. Covent Garden Community Association

    The Covent Garden Community Association is the representative voice of the residents, the business community and working population of Covent Garden.

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  71. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

    CHC is about supporting change, it is about offering opportunities for positive change.

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  72. Crime Reduction Initiatives

    CRI is a social care and health charity working with individuals, families and communities across England and Wales that are affected by drugs, alcohol, crime, homelessness, domestic abuse and antisocial behaviour.

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  73. Cypriot Women's Organisation

    CCWO works to improve the quality of life of Cypriot and Greek women and their families living in the London Borough of Camden and the surrounding areas.

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  74. Dartmouth Park Road Residents Association

    Contact The Secretary. Concerned With The Local Environment, Traffic Management, Pollution, Tree Planting, Street Lighting And Crime Presvention. For Residents Of Dartmouth Park Road Only

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  75. East African Educational Support Groups

    Running supplementary schoolsResearching for new project in rehabilitation & employment

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  76. Elaine Court (management) Limited

    Tenants And Residents Group

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  77. Elaine Grove & Oak Villages Residents Association

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  78. Elders Voice

    Elders Voice works with over 2,000 older people across Brent each year and has been doing so since 1993. We provide practical, emotional and social opportunities to people ranging in age from 55 years to over 100.

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  79. Fairfax Place Residents Association

    Residents Association For The 33 Residences In Fairfax Place And 4 And 6 Fairhazel Gardens. Mainly Concerned With Environmental Issues.

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  80. Federation of Iraqi Refugees

    Provide information and referral service on a range of issues. Run after school classes for newly arrived children from Iraqi community

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  81. Filipino LGBT UK

    The Filipino LGBT is a social and informal support group for Filipino LGBT people and friends predominantly located in the UK. The group aims to provide social cohesion amongst its members. The group supports and promotes Filipino artd and culture in the UK. It also supports nominated charities in the Phillipines.

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  82. Fitzrovia Community Centre

    The Fitzrovia Community Centre located on the ground floor and basement of John Astor House on Foley Street in the City of Westminster, just across the Camden borough boundary.

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  83. Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association

    Neighbourhood centre run by the local community, providing advice to local individuals (particularly on local housing, planning and welfare benefits), and providing resources and meeting space for locally based groups. Also provides services for older people. Publishes quarterly community newspaper, Fitzrovia News.

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  84. Fleet Counselling

    At Fleet Counselling we offer an affordable, low cost, confidential, one-to-one service where you can talk to a trained counsellor in private for up to an hour a week.

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  85. Freedom from Torture ( previously known as Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture )

    Freedom from Torture (previously known as The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) provides therapeutic care for survivors of torture in the UK. Since it was established in 1985, over 52,000 people have been referred to the organisation for help. Freedom from Torture provides medical and psychological documentation of torture, a range of therapies, including psychotherapy, individual and family counselling, physiotherapy and complementary therapies and group work as well as practical advice and support.

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  86. Friends of St Martin's Garden

    Support events and development in St Martin's Gardens, Camden Town. This garden is a public park in a former graveyard for St Martin's in the Fields and Camden Town.

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  87. Friends of Talacre Town Green

    Concerned with all matters related to the welfare, enhancement and safety of the park. A current objective of the Friends' group is to secure a water supply from a borehole at no cost to the council. Community events

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  88. Frognal Way Residents Association

    Represents Frognal Way Residents

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  89. Garnett House Tenants And Leaseholders Association

    Association For Tenants Adn Leaseholders In Garnett House. Affiliated To The Gospel Oak District Management Committee. Camden Federation Of Tenants And Residents Associations Registration Nov 2005

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  90. Gayton Residents Association

    The Gayton Residents Association organises a wide number of activities fostering our neighbourhood's community spirit and diverse cultural backgrounds.

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  91. Georgiana Leasholders Association

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  92. Gong Fu Tea Ceremony Culture

    With the aim to bridge culture gap and contribute to communities of diverse backgrounds, we provide Gong Fu Tea Ceremony at events and workshops.

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  93. Gospel Oak Action Link

    Gospel Oak Action Links services target all young people, and they offer special programmes for the most disadvantaged youths, particularly those at risk, who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), youth offenders and young people with mental health problems. The youth club activities that the organisation provide are designed to help young people gain self-confidence and social and life skills, reduce anti-social behaviour in the area and increase young people's chances to access education and employment.

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  94. Greenwood Tenants Association

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  95. Hampstead and Kilburn Conservatives

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  96. Hampstead Garden SuburbTrust

    The Trust has a legal obligation to uphold high standards of property design, construction and maintenance, and has to strike a balance between accepting change and conserving character.

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  97. Hampstead Humanist Society

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  98. Hampstead Seventh-Day Adventist Church Central (Oxendon)

    SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS. The church is base for youth and Pathfinder groups (Scouts and Guides), a Christian Lending library, community services, courses, counselling and other activities.

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  99. Havercourt Residents Association Limited

    Represents Havercourt. Management Of Central Functions For Havercourt Residents. 40 Members Next Agm Due Oct 2006

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  100. Healthwatch Camden

    We are a valuable voice in health and social care in Camden. We give out information and advice and champion equality for local people. We have the power to influence the delivery and design of local services, and work in partnership with local organisations. We help shape local services not just for the people who use them, but also for anyone who might need to in future.

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  101. Henna Asian Women's Group

    Henna provides women only services to both residents and new immigrants to the country. We offer services in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. Our annual membership fees are £5.00 and most services are free or heavily subsidised. Services include Befriending for older Asian ladies who live alone or are housebound, weekly over 50's club (Monday Club) which gives Asian women a chance to meet up and discuss social/cultural issues and take part in arts and crafts activities and outings and an advice and listening service for issues such as housing, benefits, debts and health matters.

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  102. Highgate Cemetry Charity

    Opened in 1839, Highgate Cemetery went into decline in the 1970s before being rescued by a charity, the Friends of Highgate Cemetery Trust.Friends of Highgate Cemetery Trust is run by volunteers, supported by paid staff and countless volunteers who do everything from guiding tours to helping maintain the landscape.

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  103. Highgate West Hill Residents Association

    Mainly Concerned With Traffic And Other Local Issues.

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  104. Holborn Community Association: Befriending Scheme

    The HCA Befriending Scheme aims to reduce loneliness and isolation and increase the quality of life of older people. The scheme supports mainly house-bound older people, matching them with trained volunteers who visit them at home on a regular basis.

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  105. ICYE UK (Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange)

    Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange (ICYE UK) is an ethical international volunteering charity and was established in 1993 to work in the field of intercultural learning and youth empowerment.

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  106. Ingestre Road Good Neighbourhood Scheme

    Workers and volunteers support older people in their homes. Clients are encouraged to ask for help and support over any concern. Offers befriending, advocacy, escorting and support on visits to doctors etc; help with practical tasks such as gardening, window cleaning, form filling, etc. Exercise class and a programme of day trips and other activities. Volunteers always needed.

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  107. Iranian & Kursish Women's Rights Organisation

    IKWRO’s mission is to protect Middle Eastern and Afghan women and girls who are at risk of ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, child marriage, female genital mutilation and domestic violence and to promote their rights. We provide direct services for women and girls, including advocacy, training and counselling. We also provide advice and support to professionals from bodies such as the police, social services and schools to help them to understand issues affecting minority ethnic women and we campaign for better laws and their effective implementation as well as for appropriate resources to uphold the rights of women and girls and ensure their safety.

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  108. Irish Chaplaincy

    We are a leading and innovative charity that provides high quality services and support to excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish emigrants in Britain.

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  109. Irish Elderly Advice Network

    The Irish Elderly Advice Network provides advice, information and support to older (over 60) Irish people. Front line support includes advice on housing, welfare rights, Irish and UK pensions, health, returning to Ireland, family services.

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  110. Irish Studies Centre

    Founded in 1986, the Irish Studies Centre was the first of its kind in Britain. It is based in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities and its main purpose is the promotion of Irish Studies through teaching, research, documentation/dissemination and community liaison. Our primary research focus is on migration and diaspora and, in particular, the Irish in Britain. Located in the heart of a large Irish community in north London, we aim to increase the understanding and appreciation of the Irish contribution to all aspects of economic, cultural, political and social life in this country. Key activities include the curation and development of the Archive of the Irish in Britain, liaising with Irish community organisations in Britain, international links with Irish academics, researchers and politicians and the running of a number of annual events, including: the Irish Writers in London Summer School, the Irish in Britain Seminar Series and the Annual Autumn Lecture.

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  111. Islamic Cultural Centre And London Central Mosque

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  112. Italian Christian Association of Workers

    Helps the Italian community in London and in Italy. Helps with where to go and look for jobs and to pay their taxes in Italy.

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  113. IWSSN

    The Irish Women Survivors Support Network (IWSSN) supports, advises and campaigns for Survivors of the Irish institutional care system who live across the UK and attended institutions between the 1930s to 1990s.

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  114. Jessel House Residents Association

    Residents Organisation For The Mansion Block.

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  115. Kentish Town Evangelical Church

    Multi cultural inner city church and neighbourhood with lively street market and large primary school at either end of road with easy access to the centre of London. Established in 1866 we reach out into our community via weekly coffee mornings OPH visits & the personal witness of our members.

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  116. Kentish Town Somali Welfare Association

    Mother tongue and ESOL classes, homework club, youth sports, women's group, training, advice and guidance. Supplementary school at Queens Crescent Community Centre, please ring for details.

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  117. Kids

    KIDS are a national charity, founded over 47 years ago, providing a wide range of support services to disabled children, young people and their families. We support children with any disability from birth to 25 years of age. We offer our support to the whole family with the aim of giving disabled children a brighter future. Kids offer two services in Camden which are Camden Keyworking and Camden Special Parents Forum. Camden Keyworking offers a single point of contact to families accessing more than one service and managing multiple appointments. Camden Special Parents Forum runs meetings and training workshops for parents to help them to access the information and skills they need to support their families. These Camden services are free. Please visit the website for more details on the services in Camden.

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  118. Kids Camden Team

    We run vital, life changing services to disabled children and young people, aged 0-25 years, along with their families. Our purpose is to enable children and young people with special education needs and disabilities to enjoy their lives and achieve their ambitions, whilst providing support and guidance to their families.

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  119. Kilburn Good Neighbours Scheme (Abbey Community Centre)

    Good Neighbours Schemes match trained and checked volunteers with isolated, housebound older people, who they visit on a regular basis.

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  120. Kings Cross Methodist Church

    We are a Church, situated in the heart of London's King Cross. We are a church committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus with the local community. King's Cross Methodist church has a long history, the church building was constructed as early as 1824 and there were many changes over the last decades. Through our Lord the mission has never changed and we celebrate bringing glory to our God; to serve the local communities and visitors at the heart of London. The Chinese ministries were established by Rev. Wong, a dedicated missionary sent from Hong Kong, with a focus on Chinese students. In 1975, our first Sunday Service in Cantonese was held. Since then the chinese ministres had expanded to other areas of the UK, establishing various sisters church.

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  121. Kingsgate Community Association

    It was initially set up in 1982 by a group of local people who wished to establish a community centre in what was then a derelict building, in a common effort to provide low-cost activities to people who would not otherwise be able to access them.

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  122. Lawn Road And Downside Crescent Residents Association

    Co-ordinate Action By, And On Behalf, Of Residents In Lawn Road And Downside Crescent On Matters Of Mutual Concern

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  123. London Chinese Lutheran Church

    The London Chinese Lutheran Church meets at 79A Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 4TD. Services are held each Sunday at 14:00.

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  124. Making Space

    We have been helping adults with care and support needs, and their carers, to lead independent and fulfilling lives for more than 30 years. Our high quality, person-centred services and accommodation support adults of all ages, with a diverse range of needs, including: •Mental health conditions •Learning disabilities •Dementia •Older people with age-related concerns. We provide services in the heart of local communities, in the comfort of people’s own homes, and specialist care and support services.

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  125. Margaret Pyke Centre

    The Margaret Pyke Trust is the registered charity which founded the original Margaret Pyke Centre in 1969. Today the Margaret Pyke Centre, operated by the NHS, is one of the busiest contraceptive centres in the world. The Centre serves between 600 and 900 patients per week. It is the hub of a network of clinics across Brent, Camden and Islington in Central London. Over a 12 month period, the whole service carries out approximately 75,000 consultations.

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  126. Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre provides free, independent advice to people who live and work in London to help them access their legal rights and entitlements. The main areas of law we can help with are debt, housing and welfare benefits. Mary Ward Legal Centre also runs free advice clinics with the support of volunteer lawyers, for people with problems that fall outside of our traditional casework including small claims, tax, consumer and contract law. We do also offer employment advise and advice on disability issues.

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  127. Mary Ward Over 60's Club

    Come and share information, skills, ideas and experiences. We invite speakers, go on outings, have tea and enjoy ourselves. Take part in our fundraising activities that fund equipment and activities chosen by members.

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  128. Medical Women's Federation ( previously known as Medical Women's Foundation )

    Medical Women's Federation supports women doctors in the community through various stages in their careers.

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  129. Mencap

    Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.

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  130. Menelik Residents Association

    Aims to create awareness of environmental issues, improve the quality of life for residents, tackle problems which may affect the area (planning, building etc.) and organises social and fundraising events. Covers Menelik Road, Minster Road, Somali Road, Asmara Road and parts of Westbere Road. Approximately 90 members.

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  131. Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation (MEWS group)

    This organisation was established in 2010 with the aim of overcoming the isolation of vulnerable women who suffered from domestic and honour-related violence. Since then it has been working in the local communities all over London to forge networks of female refugees, to enable them to become friends, share experiences and advice and support each other to beat isolation. With the establishment of welfare, health care, counselling and befriending services, MEWSo was able to provide these displaced women the support that the public local services could not.

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  132. Migrants Resource Centre

    The MRC offers a range of free services to support migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on their journey towards integration into their host society. By supporting them to develop their skills and understand their rights and responsibilities, we enable them to fully participate in and contribute to that society. We provide a safe place in which users are able to learn, to meet with others, to speak out for a better world and to move on feeling stronger.

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  133. Multiple Sclerosis Society

    We fund research, give grants, campaign for change, provide information and support, invest in MS specialists and lend a listening ear to those who need it.

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  134. NAFSIYAT

    Nafsiyat offers free, short-term intercultural therapy to people from diverse backgrounds who live in Islington, Enfield, Camden and Haringey. We provide therapy in 22 languages.

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  135. National Homeopathic Service

    The National Homeopathic Service is a registered charity based in London, which was set up in 1996 with two clear aims: 1. To provide free and low cost homeopathic treatment to disadvantaged people, including those with mental health needs, drug users and the homeless. 2. To carry out research and evaluate the benefits and effectiveness of homeopathic treatment.

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  136. NAVCA

    We provide our members with networking opportunities, specialist advice, support, policy information and training. NAVCA is a vital bridge between local groups and national government, funders and decision makers.

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  137. NAYPIC (Youth Parliament)

    The National Association of Young People in Care was constituted in 1979. It has been funded and unfunded by different government departments since. Essentially NAYPIC campaigns and hi-lights the need for changes in the care system for those that are 25 and under who are or who have been in care.

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  138. NCI Foundations Charity

    We are a registered charity setup to help the local and international community at large and help the less privileged. Another one of our main targets is within the local community and with the local borough in London at large by collaborating or setting up projects to help the unemployed, help to improve the household income and help keep a viable community. We also aim to help unemployed women back into employment and support mothers who need more awareness of avenues of support within the community.

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  139. Netherall Neighbourhood Assoc

    Residents' group for people living in Netherhall Gardens, Maresfield Gardens and Nutley Terrace, NW3. Social events and planning issues.

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  140. New Calthorpe Estate Tenants And Residents Association

    Council tenants' association. Next AGM due May 2013. Affiliated to the Holborn District Management Committee. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 25 May 2012).

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  141. New Covenant Church

    Local services of the New Covenant Church.

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  142. New Horizon Youth Centre

    New Horizon Youth Centre is a day centre working with young people who are vulnerable, homeless or at risk.

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  143. New Life Church (North London)

    New Life is a vibrant local Church for North London - serving Camden, Islington and Haringey. We are a multi-cultural, all-age congregation reflecting the diversity of people who live in this part of North London. We are a Church on a mission - to reach this part of our City with the love and power of Jesus.

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  144. North London African Families Association

    Offers leisure and recreational activities to African families. Includes advice, information and health promotion. Interpreting and translation service.

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  145. North London Cares: Love Your Neighbour

    Love Your Neighbour is North London Cares' one-to-one friendship matching programme enabling younger and older neighbours to share conversation and company on a regular basis.

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  146. North London Master Gardeners

    The North London Master Gardener network has been part of a three year pilot programme managed by national charity, Garden Organic. Garden Organic recruits community volunteers, Master Gardeners, who we train and actively support to promote the benefits of growing your own. Whilst the Head Office is based in Coventry, you can use the website to search for a Camden Volunteer Master Gardener.

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  147. One Parent Families Gingerbread

    We provide advice and practical support for single parents. Expert advisers answer our helpline, this website is packed full of useful information and we offer training too

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  148. Only Connect UK

    Only Connect is London’s creative criminal justice charity, rooted in community. Our vision is a more connected, human and just society, where we all choose a crime free life. The focus of our work is innovation to reduce re-offending. We work with Londoners aged 16+ with recent experience of the justice system, equipping them with the necessary skills, attributes and positive networks to develop and pursue their life goals without harm.

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  149. Opening Doors London

    Opening Doors London (ODL) is the biggest charity providing information and support services specifically for older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* (LGBT*) people in the UK. We are a membership organization providing regular social opportunities across the capital to help develop networks and communities for LGBT* people, aged over 50. We also offer specialist training and consultancy for statutory and voluntary organisations, such as care homes, housing associations and hospitals, to help them understand the needs of older LGBT* people.

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  150. Opening Doors London: Befriending Service

    Opening Doors London runs an LGBT* befriending scheme for older LGBT* people who are feeling isolated and lonely, specifically from the LGBT* community.

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  151. Origin Housing/ Age UK: Somers Town Befriending Scheme

    The Somers Town Good Neighbour Scheme matches trained and checked volunteers with isolated or housebound older people, who they visit on a regular basis.The main purpose of the scheme is to provide a befriender. However, volunteers can carry out small tasks such as: Accompanying people for walks or to appointments, preparation of refreshments and reading aloud or assisting with correspondence.

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  152. Pan African Refugee Housing Co-op

    Provides permanent accommodation for refugees from Africa and other parts of the developing world who believe in self-help. Also provides resettlement support and immigration advice. Access only via local authority homeless persons' unit registrations

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  153. Parsifal Road Association

    We deal with conservation issues and try and preserve the unique character of Parsifal Rd, ensuring a communal atmosphere. We interact with neighbours to make sure they have a good quality of life and living conditions.

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  154. Parsifal Road London Borough of Camden Leaseholders

    Contact the Secretary. Camden Council leaseholders' association. Deal with contract issues with Camden Council for 11, 13 and 19 Parsifal Road. Attends Leaseholders Forum monthly; secretary is on committee. (Last recognised by Camden Council Home Ownership Services as a Recognised Tenants' Association, 25 Mar 2016.)

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  155. Peace and Research Education Trust (PRET)

    A charity set up to provide advice and information on the causes and effects of war and violence and peaceful resolution.

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  156. Peel Centre

    The Peel Institute is a charity founded in the 19th century, serving the diverse communities of the Islington, City of London and Camden areas of London. The Peel Institute aims to work with local communities to promote and provide opportunities and facilities for recreation, education, and the advancement of the social, economic, physical and mental wellbeing of those most in need with the aim of enabling long term sustainable improvements on significant issues affecting their quality of life.

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  157. Penrose

    Penrose has been helping vulnerable adults make a change to their lives for over 45 years with support interventions that have a positive and lasting impact.

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  158. Philadelphia Association

    THE PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION was founded in 1965 by R. D. Laing and colleagues in order to challenge established ways of thinking about and treating mental distress. For more than fifty years we have offered an open-minded alternative approach to psychotherapy that is unique in Britain.

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  159. Primrose Gardens Community Association

    Open to anyone living in Primrose Gardens, NW3.

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  160. Primrose Hill Court Ta

    Council tenants' association

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  161. Prince Albert Road (17-22) Residents Association

    Co-ordinates concerns of local residents.

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  162. Psalm

    Resource centre available for those working with older people across London offering advice, information and internet access. Provides seminars, workshops and short courses on topics covering retirement, spirituality and later life, loss etc.

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  163. Race Equality Foundation

    The Race Equality Foundation promotes race equality in social support (what families and friends do for each other) and public services (what 'workers' do with people who need support).

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  164. Ransackers Association

    An educational adventure for older people to achieve learning in later life.

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  165. Refugee Therapy Centre

    Our central purpose is to help refugees and asylum seekers to feel empowered to deal with their psychological difficulties by providing specialist counselling, psychotherapy and support.

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  166. Refugee Womens Association

    Our aims and objectives are to empower refugee women, promote and raise awareness of the public and decision-makers about the needs and aspirations of refugee women as well as about their positive contributions to UK society and provide a model of good practice, showing a way of overcoming difficulties between different groups and people of different backgrounds.

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  167. Regent Square Residents Association

    Tenants and residents association.

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  168. Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)

    Works on behalf of people affected by sight loss.

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  169. Rwanda Sisterhood Association

    After the 1994 Genocide of the Tutsis, Rwandan women living in the United Kingdom decided to create a support group, The Rwandan Sisterhood Association, to bring together women uprooted from their motherland and give them space in which to develop social cohesion and work together as contributing citizens. This is particularly important for Rwandans whose lives had been badly fractured by the genocide.

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  170. Shadow Women's Centre

    Provides support to people of a particular racial or ethnic origin. Helps with education and employment, the relief of poverty, health, accomodation and housing, advocacy and advice and information.

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  171. Somali Community Centre

    Information, advice, advocacy and outreach services to the Somali speaking community in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  172. Somali Community Relief Association

    THE ASSOCIATION IS ESTABLISHED IN PARTICULAR FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SOMALI COMMUNITY. TO :(1)ADVANCE EDUCATION (2)RELIEVE POVERTY IN PARTICULAR BY THE PROVISION OF ADVICE, ASSISTANCE AND COUNSELLING (3)PROVIDE OR ASSIST IN THE PROVISION OF FACILITIES IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE.

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  173. Somali Education & Development Agency

    Employment and training information advice and guidance, job brokerage support, job search support, supplementary school for children from the age of 5-18. Parenting courses (strengthening families and strengthening Communities parenting programme), ESOL Courses up to level 3, SIA security courses, forklift courses and many other skills courses.

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  174. Somali Elderly And Disabled Centre

    Somali Elderly and Disabled Centre

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  175. Somali Group

    Provides advice and advocacy; supplementary classes for Somali children of primary and secondary school age; health sessions for women; mother and toddler groups. Promotes healthy living workshops and taster sessions. Personalisation and social care support, translation service and consultancy or brokerage for organisations wanting to work with the community for the benefit of the community. Innovative projects to engage Somalis with the wider community and mainstream services. Alternative email address: cscc@hotmail.co.uk.

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  176. Somali Organisation Change 4 Life

    Extra curriculum classes

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  177. Somali Supplementary Schools

    British Somali Community is a woman led Refugee Community Organisation set up by and for members of the Somali Community in Camden, some of the poorest and most disadvantaged residents of the borough. It seeks to make a significant improvement in their lives by addressing the educational and recreational needs of Somali children and young people and the health and training needs Somali women and the Somali elderly.

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  178. Somali Youth Counseling And Rehabilitation Action Group

    Outreach work with young people. Seeking premises for a young Somali people's social centre. Particularly concerned about the use the drug Khat. Run a Supplementary School at St Pancras Community Centre, 30 Camden Street, NW1, Sat 10am-3pm. Also run a homework club Sat-Sun, for childrend aged 8-16, covering English, Maths and Scienc

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  179. Somali Youth Development Resource Centre

    Somali Youth Development Resource Centre (SYDRC) was established in September 2000 as a federation of 5 main Somali organisations in the London Borough of Camden.

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  180. South Sudan Women Skills Development

    Sudan Women Association is a non-profit organization. It was established primarily to serve and help Sudanese women in the UK to alleviate isolation, social exclusion, promote education, preserve culture, and develop community members.

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  181. St Mungo's (Birkenhead Street)

    We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness and rebuild lives. We support men and women through more than 250 projects including emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects, advice services, specialist physical and mental health services and skills and work services.

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  182. Street Talk

    Street Talk is a counselling service for women trapped in street based prostitution, as well as women who have been the victims of trafficking. Our aim is to provide professional, specialist care to some of the most vulnerable and marginalised women on our streets.

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  183. Tanglaw UK (Previously known as Lingap Filipino Association)

    Provides training skills for women and out of school activities for children. Other services include advocacy, advice and information, community development, employment, art and culture, science, the advancement of health or saving lives and economics.

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  184. Terrence Higgins Trust

    Terrence Higgins Trust is at the forefront of the fight against HIV and improving the nation’s sexual health.

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  185. Thames Reach Messina Project (previously named Messina Project)

    Shared flats with medium to high level support in NW6, for non-white ethnic minority men and women with a history of mental health problems. Provides emotional and practical support to help tenants gain greater independence and self sufficiency. 3 shared flats (2 people per flat) with 6 spaces (ground floor wheelchair accessible). Support with move-on.

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  186. The Camden Future First Network

    We raise aspirations of 14-19 year olds in state schools in Camden. We do this by bringing in former students who are now in jobs and careers

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  187. The Pilion Trust

    We are a charity based in central London and work with people who have been affected by drugs, alcohol and mental health. We work innovatively and holistically with individuals and groups by addressing issues such as substance misuse, mental health, homelesslessness and other complex needs through delivering training, research, advocacy, seminars and conferences.

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  188. The Princes Trust

    charity for young people

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  189. The Refugee Council

    The Refugee Council is one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives. We also speak up for refugees using our direct work as an evidence base, and ensure refugees have a stronger and more influential voice in decisions that will affect them. We work with a range of partners and in collaboration to ensure we can best support our clients.

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  190. The Royal Association for Deaf people (Advice and Guidance Services to Camden's Deaf Residents)

    The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) continues to provide Information, Advice and Guidance Services to Camden’s Deaf residents. The service is available weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 am – 4 pm at 5 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG. All advice workers are either Deaf themselves or fluent in British Sign Language (BSL). The service is provided in people’s first language: BSL or other preferred visual communication such as Signed Supported English (SSE), or Deafblind manual/hands on.

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  191. The Sherriff Centre

    The Sherriff Centre at St James’ Church is a social enterprise organisation. We are both a business and a charity. We run the Post Office, The Sanctuary Café, Hullabaloo and Icon gift shop as businesses and our profits go to our charity to provide services to the local community. Our main activity as a charity is our debt advice service which provides debt advice and support to those facing challenges in their lives.

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  192. The Westminster Society for People with Learning Disabilities

    The Westminster Society for People with Learning Disabilities provides quality services for people with learning disabilities of all ages. Our LDN4U scheme offers self-directed support for people with learning disabilities across London. As well as outreach, LDN Camden Drop-in, a service for the learning disabilities community and their families, runs activities every weekday on themes including health, home, family, money and learning. Ring 0208 206 5927 or email jsansom@wspld.org to find out more on the services in Camden.

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  193. Third Age Project

    The Third Age Project was established twelve years ago in January 1997 to serve the needs of 1 in 4 of the local population who are over 60 years of age. We run activities and services from several venues in the West Euston area.

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  194. Twining Enterprise (Camden IPS and Mental Health Working)

    Twining’s Camden IPS service supports local people with mental health problems to get work and keep work. Our team of Employment Specialists provide one-to-one support to help you think about what work is right for you, help you get the right job and give support to help you keep your job. Our Mental Health Working service covers the boroughs of Camden and Islington, and if you have a mental health problem, we can help with locally based employment support.

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  195. Victim Support Camden

    VS provides both emotional and practical support to those who have been a victim or have been affected by crime.

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  196. Voluntary Action Camden

    Camden’s Council for Voluntary Service. We are an independent charitable organisation and our mission is to work with the people of Camden to support, develop and promote voluntary and community activity. More than 1,400 voluntary and community groups provide vital activities and services, create local job opportunities and enrich lives in Camden. At VAC we support these organisations so that local people and communities can continue to benefit from a thriving voluntary and community sector.

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  197. Voluntary Action Westminster

    We are an independent charity, working in the City of Westminster, in the heart of London. We work with voluntary organisations and local people, to help them gain the skills and strength of voice they need to make a difference for local communities.

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  198. WAND UK

    The Women’s Association for African Networking and Development is a London wide charity based in Islington which works with women in the selected boroughs of Islington, Camden, Hackney, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. WAND was established in 2004 and became a company by guarantee and charity in 2005. WAND aims to support and empower African women especially refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and other vulnerable groups including HIV women

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  199. Welcare Community Projects

    Welcare is the umbrella organisation for ACCORD CENTRE which helps to rebuild families experiencing breakdown and separation, single parents and their children and a drop in for carers and toddlers.

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  200. Wellbeing Of Women

    Wellbeing of Women is the charity dedicated to improving the health of women and babies across the UK. Every year we invest in special research projects and allocate funds towards the training of specialist doctors and midwives. Established in 1964 we have enabled the major breakthrough's in obstetrics and gynaecology.

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  201. West Euston Community Association

    WECA is West Euston Community Association, an organisation dedicated to improving the quality of life in West Euston. We aim to provide services and support projects that work to unite the diverse community of West Euston. WECA is open and accessible to anyone and is a central organisation in the continuing renewal of the area. WECA is your organisation. It belongs to the community, to everyone and it is only effective because the local community make use of WECA. WECA is a vehicle that enables people to empower themselves, to effect change and improve their quality of life. For example, we can help you to set up a new organisation or group or is there an issue you feel strongly about? We can help you to put your views across to the right people. We can offer advice, support, information and contacts.

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  202. WinVisible

    Grass-roots multi-racial group for women with disabilities of all ages, situations and backgrounds. Self help information and support, including support by and for refugees and asylum seeking women with disabilities or long term ill health. Also support and information for independent living and against discrimination. Volunteers welcome. Active against homecare charges and rationing, against violence against women with disabilities, for benefit rights and employment rights, asylum and disability, transport and many other issues. Take part in the Global Women's Strike on March 8th, International Women's Day, and solidarity action with women gas survivors in Bhopal, India. Member of the Campaign Against Care Charges in Camden (CACC)

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  203. Women Against Rape

    Grassroots multi-racial women's group founded in 1976. Offers support, legal advocacy and information to women and girls who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Supports survivors when they report to the police, seek protection from further attacks, or are preparing for court; applying for compensation; or claiming asylum from rape.

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  204. Women at the Well

    Women@theWell envisions a society in which all women are empowered to achieve their full potential free from discrimination, abuse and neglect.

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  205. Women in Prison

    Established in 1983 by Chris Tchaikovsky (a former prisoner) Women in Prison supports and campaigns for women affected by the Criminal Justice System (CJS). WIP is the only women-centred, women-run organisation that provides specialist services to women affected by the criminal justice system both in prison and in the community throughout England. We have bases in London, Woking and Manchester.

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  206. Yes To Life

    Yes to Life offers support to people with cancer who want to take a proactive role in their treatment. Yes to Life helps open up choices, and supports people in finding a way forward that is right for them.

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  207. Young Minds

    YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences we campaign, research and influence policy and practice. We also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents' Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

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  208. Youth Access

    To help and educate young people to develop their social, physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society, through the work, in particular, of our constituent members.

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  209. Zimbabwe Community Association

    The Zimbabwe Community Association (ZCA) is a registered charity whose primary purpose is to improve the quality of life for Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom.

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