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  1. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) Chadswell Healthy Living Centre

    Community centre activities. Wide range of community classes including fitness, healthy eating, sewing etc. After school homework club for Bangladeshi and Chinese children. Many special groups for older people, Bengali speakers and Chinese people. Also have a Somali speaking worker. 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. 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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  3. Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss is the largest UK charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. Their Hear to Help service in Camden provides support to hearing aid users, enabling people to make the most of their hearing aid and manage their hearing loss effectively. Please check their website to find out where their drop in hearing aid support sessions are taking place in Camden.

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  4. Action Youth Intervention Boxing

    With your collaboration we hope to start a trend in London activity seeking to finally tackle gang culture by empowering those youths most susceptible to falling into this lifestyle in a new and more invigorating approach which lasts the course.You never know Summertown may even produce the next Anthony Joshua thanks to you.

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  5. Active Birth Centre

    Specialists in treating mothers and babies, they are also highly qualified general complementary practitioners.

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  6. Ad Parnassum (Geyer Productions Ltd)

    a not for profit organisation in high end drama working with young people.

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Afro Congolese Women Organisation & Development

    Provides help, support and direction for African women in need. Services include help to get skills, qualifications, training, employment and advice. Also assists the children of African women to get education support and advice.

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  10. AIMS

    Working towards normal birth, providing independent support and information about maternity choices and raising awareness of current research on childbirth and related issues.

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  11. All Souls Clubhouse

    The All Souls Clubhouse is an independent Charity which serves the local community by running projects to meet local needs and offering its resources to local groups. We provide services for children, young people, parents and older people regardless of ethnicity, race, sexual orientation or religion. We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of London.

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  12. Asperger London Area Group

    ALAG is a community organisation working in partnership with local authorities and the voluntary sector to highlight the needs of people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).

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  13. Bangladeshi Continence Project & Stoma Services

    The Continence and Stoma (Bladder and Bowel Care) Service provides care for people with bladder and bowel problems across both Camden and Islington PCTs.

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  14. Bengali Women's Health Project

    The Bengali Women’s Health Project (BWHP) is a community initiative run and managed by frontline voluntary sector workers in Camden.

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  15. 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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  16. Black Women's Health and Family Support

    Established in 1982, Black Women's Health and Family Support's primary area of concern is promoting the eradication of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). However, we believe that work in this area can only be effective when understood within the overall context of black women's health and this holistic method has lead to a broad scope of work by the organisation, encompassing grassroots projects which support and empower women and their families in Britain and Africa, as well as influencing policy making at the highest levels.

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  17. Bobath Centre

    The Bobath Centre is a specialist treatment centre providing individually tailored therapy for children who have cerebral palsy and other allied neurological conditions.

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  18. British Lung Foundation

    Breathe Easy Camden is a support group for people affected by lung conditions including their friends, family and carers.

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  19. British Polio Fellowship

    The British Polio Fellowship is a charity dedicated to helping, supporting and empowering approximately 120,000 people in the UK living with the effects of Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS), a neurological condition.

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  20. Brookfield Park Surgery

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  21. 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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  22. Calthorpe Project

    The Calthorpe inner city community garden and centre exists to improve the physical and emotional well-being of those who live, work or study in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  23. 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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  24. Camden Listening and Counselling Centre

    Camden Listening and Counselling Centre is dedicated to enhancing mental health and wellbeing and provides a listening service to people in crisis, a counselling service for those needing longer term support, weekly Art4Health group sessions, structured dramatherapy and meditation.

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  25. Camden Psychotherapy Unit

    We are a london based community mental health charity providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults

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  26. Camden Safety Net

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

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  27. Camden Spectrum Centre (Thames Reach)

    Thames Reach runs the Spectrum Centre in the heart of Camden which is dedicated to helping the borough's most needy and chaotic homeless people. The Spectrum Centre provides advice, support and care to men and women who are sleeping rough, have a drug or alcohol problem, poor mental health, or who are simply struggling to keep a roof over their head.

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  28. Camden Town SHED

    The Camden Town Shed is a club offering a workspace where retired or redundant older people can work on practical projects with others.

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  29. Cas de la Salud Hispano Americana

    Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local health strategies.

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  30. Central and Cecil Housing Care Support

    Central & Cecil is a not-for-profit registered provider, that has offered housing, care and support to vulnerable people for over 85 years.

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  31. Chai-Lifeline

    Since 1987, Chai Lifeline's mission has been to restore the light of childhood to children whose innocence ended when life-threatening or lifelong illness was diagnosed. Through programs that address the emotional, social, and financial needs of seriously ill children, their families, and communities, Chai Lifeline restores normalcy to family life, and better enables families to withstand the crises and challenges of serious pediatric illness.

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  32. 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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  33. Community Learning Disability Service

    Works with people with learning disabilities in Camden. There are care managers, support workers and health workers in the team who provide assessments, social work, care management, community support and specialist health services. Also organises day services, respite and supported living and other residential services for people with learning disabilities.

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  34. Community Network: London Telephone Communities for Older People

    Community Network is a charity and social enterprise combating social isolation and loneliness and their devastating effects on health and well-being. We do this by bringing people together on the phone to form Talking Communities. Our Talking Communities give people the chance to socialise, share experiences and support each other. And, because ‘meetings’ take place on the phone, they are easy to use and access – even for people who have mobility problems or a disability.

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  35. Community Rehabilitation Team

    Our service is for any resident of Camden over the age of 18 with a mental health problem who experience delusions and/or hallucinations. You may have been treated by mental health services for some time and assessed as needing further help to live independently in the community.

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  36. Contact A Family

    Contact a Family is the only national charity that exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability.

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  37. Cosmetic Support

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

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  38. Cranstoun Drug Services

    Every year Crantoun helps over 15,000 people who are affected one way or another by alcohol and drug misuse.

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  39. Creative Health Lab

    LEAP is a Camden-based not-for-profit partnership developing cost-effective micro AD for urban applications.

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  40. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

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

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  41. Crowndale Health Centre

    We offer a range of services from this location including Contraceptive and Sexual Health Clinics, Health Visiting and Community Nursing.

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  42. Daleham Gardens Health Centre

    GP Practice

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  43. Dance Around the World (CIC)

    Dance Around The World is a community arts’ organisation dedicated to promoting awareness of and participation in the folk arts in general and traditional dance in particular.

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  44. Dr Grasse Surgery

    GP Practice

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  45. East African Society

    Health promotion and information and advocacy

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  46. Food Chain

    THE FOOD CHAIN ENSURES PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV IN LONDON CAN ACCESS THE NUTRITION THEY NEED TO GET WELL, STAY WELL AND LEAD HEALTHY, INDEPENDENT LIVES. OUR TAILORED SUPPORT IS DELIVERED BY VOLUNTEERS AND INCLUDES THE MOST APPROPRIATE PACKAGE OF HOME-DELIVERED MEALS, GROCERIES, NUTRITION AND COOKERY CLASSES AND COMMUNAL DINNERS.

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  47. Food for All

    Food for All promotes all-round healthy living by providing a wide selection of affordable wholefoods, herbs, health products and advice on their respective health properties.

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  48. Four Trees Surgery

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  49. Free Space Project

    The Free Space Project is an arts and well-being charity providing arts activities, therapies, exhibitions and residencies across two NHS sites in north London. Established in 2010, our aim is to relieve mental and physical suffering through the use of the arts. Projects include: Aromatherapy, Art Therapy, Artist Peer Group, Baby Singalong, Cycle Maintenance, Dance for Parkinsons, Drawing for People with Aphasia, Pain Space, a support group for people living with long term pain, which runs on a monthly basis and more. Check the website for the other projects and exhibitions available.

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  50. Friends of the Sick

    Nursing help for disabled Jewish people in their own homes

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  51. 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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  52. Gower Street Practice

    GP Practice. Primary health care service for local residents and students and staff of some University of London colleges.

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  53. Green Light Well Being Centre

    Health promotion centre with a public health assistant

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  54. Groundwell Network Support UK

    Groundswell is a registered charity which exists to enable homeless and vulnerable people to take more control of their lives, have a greater influence on services and to play a fuller role in our community.

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  55. Hampstead Group Practice

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  56. Hampstead Wells and Campden Trust

    The principle objectives of The Hampstead Wells and Campden Trust are to relieve need and reduce poverty in the Trust’s area of benefit. We make over 3,500 annual grants to individuals and organisations totalling £500,000. In addition, approximately 130 elderly people receive pensions from the Trust. Office hours: Mondays and Fridays 9.30 a.m – 1.30 p.m Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.30 a.m – 3.30 p.m.

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  57. Headway East London

    Headway East London is a charity supporting people affected by brain injury. Working across 13 London boroughs we offer specialist support and services for over 200 survivors, family, friends and carers in the local area each week.

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  58. Headway North London

    A brain injury can instantly change your life. The brain is fragile and once it is damaged, there can be devastating consequences. Headway North London (HWNL) is a support group for those with, or affected by, brain injury including survivors, carers, family and friends. We provide a number of support services and campaign for greater awareness of brain injury. HWNL covers all of north London (UK) including Camden, Islington, Westminster, Barnet, Brent, Enfield and Haringey.

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  59. 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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  60. Helios Foundation

    Helios is a specialist holistic health charity in Kings Cross with a mainly voluntary administrative staff which grew over 20 years in response to the AIDS crisis.

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  61. 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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  62. James Wigg Practice

    The James Wigg Practice has been in Camden since 1887.

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  63. Jeebon Bengali Healthy Living Consortium

    Promotes healthy living and healthy eating (including smoking cessation), organises indoor and outdoor exercise classes, and offers health training to community leaders.

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  64. John Mordaunt Trust

    PROMOTING HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF DRUG USERS AFFECTED BY CHALLENGING HEALTH ISSUES, E.G: AIDS, HEPATITIS , CIRRHOSIS.

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  65. Jubilee Hall Trust

    The Jubilee Hall Trust builds strong healthy communities by promoting the fitness and wellbeing of the individuals within them. We make a measurable difference to the health and lives of people within our communities.

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  66. Kentish Town Community Centre

    Kentish Town Community Centre has been open for over 12 years, providing activities, events, advice and support for the local community. We are an independent non-profit organisation working to improve health inequalities, reduce social isolation and financial insecurity for local residents. Services include an under 5's drop in, well being and fitness, advice and learning, social and creative activities, activities for parents and children, an older peoples project and a preschool.

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  67. 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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  68. Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association

    The King’s Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association is a voluntary organisation with three community centres and has a multi-disciplinary staff team working to improve the quality of life for all sections of the community in the King’s Cross and Brunswick area of Camden. The community centre's KCBNA run are Chadswell Healthy Living Centre, Marchmont Community Centre and Kings Cross Neighbourhood Centre.

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  69. Kings Cross Road Surgery

    GP Practice

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  70. 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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  71. Kingsgate Resource Centre

    Camden Council resource centre for older people offering a range of services and activities. Sessions/classes include UK Online computer courses, stroke survivor support service, seated exercise, tai chi, keep fit, singing, art, crafts and nailcutting service. Full disabled access.

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  72. Kingsley Organisation

    The Kingsley Organisation supports disabled people towards the pursuit of their ambitions by valuing each person as an individual and recognising the power of opportunity and choice.

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  73. Lady Gould's Charity

    It is a charitable trust which distributes grants to any individual who lives in the Highgate area of London and who is, for whatever reason, in need of financial assistance, for example through mental or physical disability or through other family or household circumstances that result in the lack of some basic necessity.

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  74. LONDEC

    LonDEC is London’s centre for dental postgraduate courses, offering post graduate education and professional development for the entire dental team.

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  75. 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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  76. Manor Gardens Centre

    Our vision is to be a leader in promoting wellbeing and social inclusion. Our mission is to help people take action to change their lives for the better. Services include a Friendship Network to reduce the social isolation felt by older people, Health Advocacy to improve the wellbeing of refugees, a Preschool for children aged between 2 and 5 years, a Stroke Service, to enable stroke survivors to regain more skills and access local services, a Wellbeing Service, to reduce the stigma around mental health and support people to access the care they need.

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  77. Many Lives One Heart

    There are an estimated 100 million street children in the world. Over 2 billion people suffer from Hepatitis worldwide. In tribal areas of South Asia, less than 7% of people are literate. What we aim to do is to provide medical care for those in extreme poverty and increase awareness against life threatening illnesses. MLOH Promote education amongst women and children as well as housing and education for orphans and street children.

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  78. 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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  79. Marie Curie Hospice

    Our ageing population means more and more people are living with a terminal illness in the UK. Whether that's dementia, cancer, motor neurone disease, heart failure, Parkinson's disease, or any other illness, we’ll be here for you and your family to help you cope after a terminal diagnosis.

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  80. Maximus

    Established in 1975, MAXIMUS is a global company and a leading provider to governments and corporate clients around the world. We currently employ more than 18,000 professionals to deliver health and employment services solutions and large-scale business process outsourcing capabilities. Our operations in the UK include more than 3,500 staff delivering employment, disability and health support and services to more than 1 million people a year.

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  81. Maytree Respite Centre

    At Maytree, we provide people in the midst of a suicidal crisis with the opportunity for rest and reflection, and give them the opportunity to stay in a calm, safe and relaxed environment. We can support four "guests" at a time. The service runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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  82. 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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  83. 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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  84. 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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  85. Mind in Camden

    Mind in Camden is an independent charity affiliated to national Mind.

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  86. 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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  87. 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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  88. 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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  89. Parents for Sports

    Parents for Sports organise outdoor and indoor events for local families. We deliver free play sessions with sports equipment, basic football and volleyball, badminton and obstacle games for all the family. Our activities are run by qualified volunteers from the local community. Our activities present children and parents with the opportunity for a fun time doing sports and recreational activities with friends in the community. We also offer Fitness AM sessions for parents. These sessions provide an opportunity for local parents to develop a closer relationship, socialise and get to know each other.

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  90. Park End Surgery

    GP Practice

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  91. Parliament Hill Surgery

    GP Practice

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  92. Pathway

    Pathway's aim is to transform the health outcomes for homeless people. Pathway is a model of integrated healthcare for single homeless people and rough sleepers, it puts the patient at the centre of their own care. Our model of integrated care operates within NHS services, bringing together teams of NHS, local authority and voluntary sector professionals to improve healthcare for homeless people. We have homelessness teams in 11 hospitals, including 5 across London and also offer an advice line for workers supporting homeless people with mental health problems.

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  93. 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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  94. 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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  95. Plender Street Practice

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  96. Positive Action for Somali Women Association

    To promote the benefit of Somali women in Camden, London and the surrounding areas, in particular those who are first generation refugees by the advancement of education and training; the relief of poverty, sickeness and distress; the promotion of good health; and the provision of recreational facilities in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving their conditions of life.

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  97. Primrose Hill Surgery

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  98. Prince of Wales Surgery

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  99. Pro Touch SA

    Pro Touch SA (PTSA) has been set up to deliver two key agendas: The first is to help, support and encourage potential young, gifted and talented football players. PTSA wants to create and give opportunities for these young people to access “the bridge and experience to professional football”. The Academy and Community target age group is young people between 4-16 years who live or study within London boroughs including Barnet, Brent, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington, Newham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest and Westminster just to name a few.

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  100. Project Harar Ethiopia

    In rural Ethiopia many people living with facial deformities - be it cleft lip and palate, animal attack injuries or large tumours - are unable to access medical support. Project Harar exists to ensure that as many people as possible living in rural Ethiopia do get access to that treatment and are not denied much of what we take for granted. Our year round programme supports predominantly children (84% of our surgeries are on children) who otherwise would not be able to receive these medical operations either from lack of funding or lack of knowledge that these surgeries are available.

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  101. Queens Crescent Surgery

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  102. Rosslyn Hill Surgery

    GP Practice

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  103. Rotary Club of St Pancras

    Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

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  104. SanKTus Welfare Project

    The aims of SanKTus are the relief of poverty, the advancement of health and the relief of those in need by reasons of age, ill health, financial hardship and other disadvantages. The beneficiaries are homeless and vulnerable people, the elderly and those with support needs.

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  105. Sante Refugee Mental Health Access Project

    Our vision is for refugees and asylum seekers to have the freedom and opportunity to lead independent lives in a community. Our mission is to support refugees and asylum seekers in the London region, particularly those with mental health issues, to gain equal access to health and other essential services.

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  106. SAS Martial Arts Academy

    SAS Martial Arts Academy teaches Wing Chun Kung Fu, Tai chi and meditation to children, young people and adults in several London boroughs. They have been teaching for over 30 years.

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  107. 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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  108. SHP - Single Homeless Project

    SHP provides accommodation and support services to 5,000 of London's most vulnerable people. Their Camden Recovery Service supports Camden residents who have experienced substance use treatment and/or are living in Camden's hostel pathway. Full details of this service can be found on their website. They run a number of Hostels in Camden one of which is Dennis Handfield House. You can find more information on other Hostels by visiting their website.

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  109. Sing for Joy

    SING FOR JOY IS A COMMUNITY CHOIR FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE, AND OTHER CONDITIONS AND THEIR FRIENDS AND CARERS. IT ENCOURAGES SELF-EXPRESSION THROUGH GROUP SINGING AND PERFORMS CONCERTS, BENEFITS AND WORKSHOPS.

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  110. 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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  111. 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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  112. Southern African Children & Family Welfare Association

    Southern African Children & Family Welfare Associations charitable objectives are to relieve sickness and advance education amongst southern african children, families and carers affected by HIV/AIDS. They help people in South Africa by delivering food and medical aid to people affected by war and educating them on sexual health. They assist young African people living in the London boroughs of Camden, Haringey, Hackney and Islington by providing them with counselling and other physical and educational activities so they can advance in life and develop their skills.

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  113. Spectrum

    Spectrum is a student-led charity established in 1982. Its primary objective is the relief of physically or mentally disabled children and their families in the London Borough of Camden and its neighbourhood by: (a) Connecting volunteer students to families in Camden whose children have special needs in order to befriend the child (b) Making regular visits, of not less than one every two weeks, to the families and to organise special events for family participation.

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  114. St Pancras C.C.

    St Pancras Cruising Club is situated in the heart of London. This friendly club has members from all over the country, all with one thing in common- a love for canals, rivers and boats.

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  115. St Pancras Welfare Trust

    The purpose of the Trust is to help residents living in the former Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras when faced with need or sickness and who have nowhere else to turn. The area of benefit lies within the heart of the London Borough of Camden and includes some of the most densely populated parts of the borough, many with high indicators of poverty and need.

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  116. Stroke and Aphasia Minorities Support Group Ltd

    Stroke and Aphasia Minorities Support Group Ltd support people of ethnic minorities who are Stroke survivors and who have Aphasia and other disabilities. Stroke and Aphasia Minorities Support Group Ltd hold weekly Thursday services at the Charlie Ratchford Resource Centre from 1 to 3 PM which include Communication and Friendship, Recreational and Cultural Activities and Awareness and Stroke Prevention. Please ring Felix Mboko to find out more details on the number and email above.

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  117. 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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  118. 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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  119. 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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  120. The Brandon Centre

    The centre provides contraceptive and sexual health and mental health services for 12 to 25 year olds.

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  121. The Centre for Social Work Practice - London Group

    The Centre for Social Work Practice was launched at the Tavistock Centre in April 2006 with the aim of promoting relationship-based practice within social work. CFSWP run a group in London based at the Tavistock which has previously hosted a programme of seminars. If you are interested in learning more about CFSWP's London group or to contribute to its organisation or programme, Clare Parkinson or Andrew Cooper would be very pleased to hear from you. Clare Parkinson - CParkinson@tavi-port.nhs.uk Andrew Cooper - ACooper@tavi-port.nhs.uk

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  122. The Community Support Project, Greater London

    Provide information, guidance, signposting and referals of clients especially refugees and asylum seekers and all those facing language barriers and hardship in areas of welfare benefits, housing, employment, health and education. Provide escort, leisure time occupation, interpreting and translation services on behalf of clients. Operates in Barnet, Haringey, Camden and Islington.

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  123. The Holly Lodge Community Centre

    The Holly Lodge Community Centre offers a whole range of activities in a friendly, relaxed environment. We also offer space to hire for events. Activities include drawing and painting for over 75's, Pilates specifically for cancer recoverers and survivors, Hatha Yoga suitable for all levels of ability, pen and wash with watercolours with Yvonne Darby, Yoga with Annie, Judo with Roland and a Councillors Surgery.

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  124. The Holy Cross Centre Trust

    At HCCT we work with people who are socially excluded in a variety of ways both in Camden and Islington. Our services include SPaRC based in King’s Cross which helps refugees to survive, build new lives and integrate into the broader community. We also have our Camden and Islington Flexicare service which provides community support to people with mental health problems and physical disabilities. Please visit the website for more information on these services.

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  125. The Ingestre Road Good Neighbour 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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  126. The Light for Nations Mission

    To advance the christian faith in such ways and such parts of the united kingdom or the world as the trustees from time to time may think fit. 2. To relieve poverty, sickness, financial hardship and to promote and preserve good health by the provision of funds, goods or services of any kind in such parts of the united kingdom or the world as the trustees from time to time may think fit. 3. To advance the education of school age children by the provision of homework tuition classes.

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  127. The Museum Practice

    GP Practice

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  128. The Peoples Supermarket

    Our vision is to create a commercially sustainable, social enterprise that achieves its growth and targets whilst operating within values based on community development and cohesion. Our intent is to offer an alternative food buying network, by connecting an urban community with the local farming community.

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  129. The Point of Care Foundation

    Our mission is to humanise healthcare. We achieve this by working to improve patients’ experience of care and increase support for the staff who work with them.

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  130. The Regency Training Foundation

    We provide life skills training in self development to disabled adults in areas of economic or social deprivation. Runs activities at The Camden Society, Elfrida Rathbone, Mail Out and The Frances Crick Institute.

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  131. The Regents Park Practice

    GP Practice

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  132. The Research Centre for Transcultural Studies in Health

    Transcultural Studies in Health is the study and research of cultural diversities and similarities in health and illness as well as their underpinning societal and organisational structures, in order to understand current knowledge and contribute to its future development in a culturally responsive way.

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  133. The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre

    The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre is a community centre offering health and wellbeing services to the St Pancras and Somers Town Community, where local people help to co-design, deliver and use projects that tackle their own health, wellbeing, economic and social issues.

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  134. 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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  135. Variety Club Children's Charity

    Brought here by movie moguls from the USA and inaugurated in the UK in 1949 (as The Variety Club of Great Britain), Variety was one of the UK’s first charities to be founded especially for children and young people.

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  136. Voice Collective

    Voice Collective is a London-wide project set up to support children and young people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual sensory experiences. We work in partnership with young people and youth organisations to improve the quality of information, advice and support available out there.

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  137. 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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  138. Wellcare Community Projects

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  139. West Euston Partnership

    West Euston Partnership is a community charity working to tackle inequality in health and employment opportunities. Services for health and well-being such as HealthTrain, run at WEP's other location which is called the H-Pod, include free Yoga classes, an adult community choir and Ability Bikes in Regent’s Park, to enable people over the age of 11 with physical or learning disabilities to cycle. Employment and training services include The Job Co-op, an essential resource to help Camden residents get on training courses and find work, The One Stop Shop where people can have free access to computers, IT training, and an after school study support project.

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  140. Women and Health

    Women + Health is a charity offering a unique integrated health service. A wide range of affordable complementary therapies, counselling, health-based workshops and classes are available to women living or working in Camden.

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  141. 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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  142. 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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  143. 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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