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Addiction Recovery Help

(Recovery.org.uk)
Theobald StreetElstree, HertsWD6 4PJ
Drug, alcohol, addiction rehab finder, free advice including NHS and private options, treatment counsellors. Services cover most of the UK, including Camden.
0203 553 0324

Al-Anon Family Groups

(Includes Alateen)
61 Great Dover StreetLondonSE1 4YF
Offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. Ring for details of local meetings, which include 'Alateen' meetings for young people.
020 7403 0888 (Helpline) Fax: 020 7378 9910

Alcoholics Anonymous

(AA)
Confidential helpline open 365 day-a-year 10am-10pm. For people who have a drinking problem and who want to stop drinking and remain abstinent. The website has a directory of local groups. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0800 9177 650 (national helpline)

Antidote (Turning Point Substance Abuse Service)

32a Wardour StreetLondonW1D 6QR
Provides information and support exclusively to lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people on alcohol and drugs. Weekly drop-in with ear acupuncture, complementary therapies, referrals to counselling and other services. Provides education workshops. Offers training and consultancy to generic substance misuse agencies on improving access…
0207 833 1674 Fax: 020 7287 1274

Books on Prescription

Hunter Street Health CentreHunter StreetLondonWC1N 1BN
'Prescriptions' for books can be given to patients suffering from common emotional problems. The books are suitable for adults with mild-moderate problems who feel they would like to try a self-help approach. At present, most publications are in English, but there is a small range…
020 3317 6767, 020 3317 6757. Fax: 020 7813 8744

Breathe Stop Smoking Service

85-87, Bayham StreetLondonNW1 0AG
Breathe- Your new free and confidential stop smoking service Stopping smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health, and the health of your family. How you choose to stop smoking is up to you – we are here to help…
0207 3633 2609 text 66777

Camden Aftercare Service

(Also known as Single Homeless Project Camden Aftercare Service SHP Camden Aftercare and Social Inclusion Service)
245 Gray's Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8QY
Helping people to access training, education and employment opportunities, get involved in activities and volunteering, maintain recovery from substance misuse and develop social skills and self esteem. Structured day programme (the Fuchsia programme), events and one-to-one support. IT drop in at the Margarete Centre to…
020 7520 8682 Fax: 020 7837 7498

Camden Alcohol Service

(CAS Run by CRI under contract to Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust)
7-8, Early Mews, Arlington RoadLondonNW1 7HG
Provides information and advice on alcohol related problems. Key work sessions, group work and complementary therapies area. Group work includes relapse prevention, alcohol awareness and relaxation. Referrals to detox and residential programmes available.
020 3227 4950 Fax: 020 7530 4585

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Advice and Complaints Service

(Formerly the Patient Advice and Liaison Service PALS and the Complaints Service)
St Pancras WayLondonNW1 0YT
Provide information about mental health and substance misuse services in Camden and Islington. Investigate concerns and complaints about services that are provided by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
020 3317 3117 Fax: 020 7530 3735

Camden Community Drug Service

(Formerly known as Camden 184 or One Eight Four. Run by CRI. Also known as Change, Grow, Live and CGI and Camden DAIS Community Drugs Project)
184 Royal College StreetLondonNW1 9NN
Open access drop-in facility. Assessments, individual support, key-working, counselling. Assertive outreach, needle exchange, harm minimisation advice and information, group work. Alternative therapies are available. Nurse. Housing advice, access to training, education and employment. Child-minding service to clients available on request.
020 7485 2722 Fax: 020 7485 4026

Camden Frontline Forum

(Drug and Alcohol User Involvement Group)
Conference HallSt Pancras HospitalSt Pancras WayLondonNW1 0PE
For current and ex- users of drugs and alcohol services in Camden. Supported by VoiceAbility. Monthly forum to give feedback, experience and expert knowledge in the area of drugs and alcohol. 
020 3355 7113

Camden Health Improvement Practice

(Formerly Camden Pathways Practice, merged from Camden and Islington Drug Services Primary Care Unit and Primary Care for Homeless People)
Margarete Centre108 Hampstead RoadLondonNW1 2LS
Provide a range of medical services for homeless people and those with substance misuse problems living in Camden. Also give advice and information on finding health care (registering with a doctor), benefits and housing advice.
020 3182 4200 Fax: 020 3317 6364

Camden Recovery Peers

(Formerly the Camden Recovery Champions)
245 Gray's Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8QY
Volunteer Recovery Champions run weekly Recovery Groups across Camden Drug and Alcohol Services. The Recovery Groups provide peer support and information about services for people in recovery from alcohol and substance use issues.
020 7520 8682 Fax: 020 7837 7498

About Local Offer Camden Safety Net (Camden Council)

(Also known as Independent Domestic and Sexual Violence Advisory Service)
5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Camden Safety Net provides services to survivors of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence as well as to children affected by violence. Camden Safety Net provides services to survivors and their families who live, work or study in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Safety Net…
020 7974 2526 Fax: 020 7974 3660 Textphone/Minicom: 07814 671427

Camden Specialist Drug Services

(CSDS Formerly known as South Camden Drug Services)
The Margarete Centre108 Hampstead RoadLondonNW1 2LS
Offers a comprehensive range of drug treatment services for drug users and their families. Includes specialist multidisciplinary assessment, treatment (including referral for in-patient detoxification and rehabilitation) and counselling, including on-site dispensing and supervised pharmacy dispensing programmes. Offers liaison services for local GPs, hospitals and Mental…
020 3317 6000; NHS Switchboard: 020 3317 3500.

Camden Young Peoples Mentoring Project (CYPMP) (Camden Council)

3rd FloorCrowndale Centre218 Eversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BD
Recruits volunteers from the local community to be trained as mentors for young offenders or young people at risk of offending or antisocial behaviour. Mentors are matched with a young person on a one to one basis and provide them with support, assistance and guidance…
020 7974 1893

Central London Action on Sexual Health (CLASH)

First Floor, Orange Zone in the Margaret Pyke CentreMortimer Market CentreCapper StreetLondonWC1E 6JB
CLASH provides free sexual health services for sex workers, homeless people, drug users, Black Asian and Minority Ethnic people (BAME) and men who have sex with men (MSM).

Christian Centre for Gambling Rehabilitation

Basement58a Birkenhead StreetLondonWC1H 8BB
Helps problem gamblers to stop gambling and to recover from their addiction and its effects with a Christian approach. Provides information, advice and support services which include counselling, money advice and group meetings to pathological gamblers and their relatives and friends.
020 7833 8626 Fax: 020 7833 8626

Cocaine Anonymous

LondonE2 9WF
Offers help and advice on dealing with addiction to cocaine and all other mind altering substances. Offers a programme based on the 12-step Alcoholics Anonymous model. Meetings in various venues in London, including a number in the Camden/Kentish Town area.
0800 612 0225 (Freephone Helpline)

Cranstoun City Roads

352-358, City RoadLondonEC1V 2PY
Residential service for drug and alcohol users who are in crisis and live in London. Services include telephone advice and support, and assessment and admission to a specialist residential crisis intervention service. The maximum stay is 21 days. If admission is not appropriate, staff will…
020 7278 8671 (24 hours), 020 7843 1640 (Admin) Fax: 020 7278 0807
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