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    (Also known as Camden Listening and Counselling Centre Includes the Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Intervention Service SHASPI)
    TURCBuck StreetLondonNW1 8NJ
    A 'unique service in Camden' which provides: One-off crisis listening service to people who need someone to talk with. Low-cost counselling service for those needing longer term support. Men's Initiative service at CLCC. Provides a Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Intervention service. Group or individual…
    020 7482 6200


    (Formerly Eaves Housing for Women)
    Unit 2.03Canterbury Court1-3, Brixton RoadLondonSW9 6DE
    Charity supporting vulnerable women who have experienced violence. Carries out research, advocacy and campaigning to prevent all forms violence against women. Offers advice sessions, support groups and learning opportunities for women. Scarlet Centre drop-in centre provides advice and support to women affected by homelessness, rape…
    020 7735 2062 Fax: 020 7820 8907

    P3 Camden and Brent Link Worker Service

    (Based at P3 Navigator Kilburn, formerly Kilburn Youth Centre)
    Navigator Kilburn12-22, Kilburn High RoadLondonNW6 5UH
    Advice, information and support services for young people, including: support whilst waiting to access services; referral on to appropriate local services; support to access benefits; liaison with housing benefits; help engaging with mental health services (where appropriate); support accessing drug/alcohol services; providing practical help and…
    020 7328 7172 Fax: 020 7372 1764

    Young Minds

    (Also known as Youngminds. Includes the Parents Helpline)
    Baden PlaceCrosby RowLondonSE1 1YW
    National charity providing the Parents Helpline for any adult concerned about the mental health of a child or young person. This service is backed up by the website and a wide range of publications for young people, parents and professionals covering issues including depression, bullying…
    0808 802 5544 (Parents Helpline), 020 7089 5050 (Office) Fax: 020 7407 8887
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