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    No Second Night Out

    1st FloorNorvin House45-55, Commercial StreetLondonE1 6BD
    Mayor of London initiative to provide support to people sleeping rough for the first time. Work closely with the borough's own homelessness services. Volunteers welcome. Project extended until 2015.
    0870 383 3333 (24 hour Rough Sleepers Referral Line)

    Responsive Security Patrol (Camden Council)

    (Formerly known as Response Security Patrol and Housing Security and Parks Patrol Service)
    London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    A service for Council tenants and leaseholders, investigating antisocial behaviour, harassment, drug users and dealers, residential noise nuisance, rough sleepers and youth disorder. Daytime enquiries should be directed to the relevant Ward Housing Team. Reports of antisocial behaviour in Camden parks and open spaces should…
    020 7974 4444

    Routes Off the Streets (Camden Council)

    ((RTS). Part of Change Grow Live. Formerly known as Safer Streets Team)
    Camden RTS Hub,Greenland StreetLondonNW1 0ND
    The commissioned outreach service for the Council, targeting rough sleepers, street drinkers, beggars, street-based sex workers and street-based drug users. Aims to reduce the social impact of these groups on local areas and also to address the social exclusion of the current street population and…
    020 7846 3535

    RSPCA Harmsworth Memorial Animal Hospital

    (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Harmsworth Memorial Animal Hospital Sonderburg Road)
    22 Sonderburg RoadLondonN7 7QD
    Offers veterinary service to pet owners who are in receipt of qualifying welfare benefits ONLY who live in London postal districts EC1-EC4, EN1-EN3, E1-E18, N1-N22, NW1-NW11, WC1-WC2.
    0300 123 0712 (Hospital) 0300 123 8071 (After hours) 0300 123 4999 (24 hour national cruelty line)

    Social Care Services Call Centre (Camden Council)

    (Formerly known as Social Services Department Call Centre. Part of the Contact Camden Call Centre)
    For information about all of Camden Council's social services within Children, Schools and Families Directorate and the Housing and Adult Social Care Directorate. For information on adult social care contact the Information and Access Service, Phone: 020 7974 4000.
    020 7974 6666, 020 7974 4444 (Out of hours service) Fax: 020 7974 3153

    Street Lighting and Drainage Team (Camden Council)

    London Borough of Camden4th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    Managing and responsibility for Camden’s major and minor highway maintenance works. Managing and improving Camden’s surface water drainage systems on the public highway. Controlling and maintaining Camden’s Street Lighting assets
    020 7974 4444

    Tenants Unlawful Occupancy Hotline (Camden Council)

    London Borough of Camden3rd Floor, 5 Pancras Square, c/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    Service for people to report possible unlawful occupancy or housing fraud in Council accommodation.
    020 7974 6561 020 7974 6561

    Transport for London London Streets

    (Includes the Street Faults Contact Centre)
    Pier WalkNorth Greenwich, LondonSE10 0ES
    Manages the Transport for London Road Network (TLRN), 580km of London's most important roads. Deals with complaints and enquiries about the maintenance/working of all traffic lights, pedestrian lights, variable message electronic traffic notices, CCTV cameras (for traffic control), and enforcement cameras in Camden. Also deals…
    020 7222 5600, 0845 305 1234 (Street Faults Contact Centre Hotline) Fax: 0845 600 624 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7918 4435 (Mon-Fri 08.00-20.00).
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