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Chinese Mental Health Association

2nd FloorZenith House155 Curtain RoadLondonEC2A 3QY
Set up to preserve and safeguard the mental health of people of Chinese origin. Provides assessment and counselling services through referrals from statutory organisations, supported housing, social groups and befriending.
020 7613 1008 Fax: 020 7739 6577

Rethink

National campaign offering information and advice on mental illness. Site offers geographical search facility for local services and groups. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0300 5000 927 Advice line. Open Mon-Fri 10am-2pm.

SANE

(Including SANEline)
National campaign offering information and advice on mental illness. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0300 304 7000 (helpline)

Mind in Camden

Barnes House9-15, Camden RoadLondonNW1 9LQ
Provides a well-being and recovery service; support for people who are dependent on tranquillisers; support groups for people who hear voices or experience paranoia.
Tel: 020 7911 0822 Fax: 020 7485 0842

Hub (The)

(Formerly known as Crossfield Centre)
Fairhazel GardensLondonNW6 3SG
Camden's Mental Health wellbeing centre providing a 6-8 week prevention programme and daily recovery activities. Key working and one-to-one support, groups and activities for Camden residents with mental health issues. The service is flexible according to changing needs of members.
020 7278 4437

Recovery College

(The Recovery College)
St. Pancras HospitalSt. Pancras WayLondonNW1 0PE
The Recovery College welcomes everyone in Camden and Islington to attend our free, friendly and welcoming recovery focused educational courses. We provide a range of health & well-being adult educational courses/workshops. We provide an innovative shared learning environment for service users, carers, and members of…
020 3317 6904

Ethiopian Health Support Association

(ETHSA)
Priory House (Casa Latino Americana)Kingsgate PlaceLondonNW6 4TA
All round assistance for Ethiopians with particular attention to mental health, HIV/AIDS, sexual health, women and young people's health. Done through the provision of advice and information, advocacy and interpretation, visits and befriending, culturally sensitive counselling in Amharic, and health promotion. Also do home and…
020 7419 1972 Fax: 020 7691 2385

Certitude Travel Buddies

209 Balham High RoadLondonSW17 7BQ
A new service for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs that supports you to travel to appointments and community activities, developing skills to travel independently. Our travel buddies have similar experiences and will support you to feel more confident in travelling, develop…
020 3397 3250

Holy Cross Centre Trust

(HCCT)
71 Tonbridge StreetLondonWC1H 9DZ
Works to support mental health recovery and to promote the active participation of homeless people, refugees and asylum seekers within the wider community. Works to counteract the effects of stigma, isolation and poverty, offering people respect and the opportunity to be treated as an individual.…
020 7278 4437 Fax: 020 7713 5818

Age UK Camden Dementia Group (Great Croft Resource Centre)

(Formerly Age Concern Camden Dementia Group Great Croft Resource Centre)
Great Croft Resource CentreCromer StreetLondonWC1H 8LF
Support for up to 9 people with mild dementia. Lunch, refreshment and transport provided. Social activities.
020 7278 5090 Fax: 020 7713 9352
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