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Adfam

National organisation with some London-wide projects working with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol.
020 7553 7640 Fax: 020 7253 7991

African Well Women Clinic

Whittington HospitalMagdala AvenueLondonN19 5NF
Specialist clinic dealing with female circumcision, especially in relation to pregnancy and family planning. Ante-natal, intrapartum (during birth) and post-natal treatment. First visit will include an assessment and liaison with an interpreter, counsellor and advisor if required. Non-pregnant women with female circumcision can also self-refer.…
020 7288 3482 Fax: 020 7288 5270

Age UK Camden Information and Advice Service

(Formerly known as Age UK Camden Information Advice and Advocacy Service)
Ground FloorTavis House1-6, Tavistock SquareLondonWC1H 9NA
Provides information and advice on a wide range of issues relating to older people including: benefits and pensions, housing, health and social care, debt and money, help for carers and accessing local services. Outreach advice sessions and home visits available. Also administer a fund that can give small single grants to…
020 7837 3777 (Information line) 020 7239 0400 (Admin line)

Albany Street Police Station - now closed

(Metropolitan Police Service)
60 Albany StreetLondonNW1 4EE
This Police Station is now closed to members of the public. Kentish Town and Holborn Police Stations are open to members of the public. The Borough Commander Detective Chief Superintendent Richard Tucker is located at Holborn Police Station. Crimes can be reported at local police…
101 (Metropolitan Police switchboard), Emergencies dial 999 Textphone:18001 101 (switchboard), 18000 (emergencies)

Alliance of Guardian Angels UK

Contact for details of meetings. Voluntary organisation offering safety patrols on streets, estates and public transport. Offer community safety advice, self-defence advice for victims etc. Speak at schools on issues including conflict resolution and bullying. Volunteering opportunities available.
07983 597329

Asian Womens Resource Centre

(AWRC)
108 Craven ParkLondonNW10 8QE
Emergency advice available at any time during opening hours. Open-door policy for BAMER (Black, Asian Minority, Ethnic & Refugee) women and children from all communities. Offer holistic services including counselling, advocacy, support groups and information and advice on welfare rights and domestic violence.
020 8961 6549/5701 Fax: 020 8838 1823

Barnardos Young Womens Project

LondonN7 8QJ
Offers support to girls and young women abused, or at serious risk of being sexually exploited. Offers advice, information and advocacy, health care, group work and recreational activities. Free food, snacks and drinks provided.
020 7700 2253 Fax: 020 7697 8307

Be Safe Be Sound

London Fire Brigade HQ169 Union StreetLondonSE1 0LL
Campaign to offer free home fire safety visits to residents in the London area. Also offer talks to local groups. People can phone the Freephone number to book a safety check. The London Fire Brigade will also install 10-year smoke alarms in the home wherever…
0800 028 4428 (Freephone) Fax: 020 8536 5913 Textphone/Minicom: 020 8536 5914

Bengali Workers Association

(Also known as the Surma Centre)
Surma Community CentreRobert StreetLondonNW1 3JU
Drop-in advice Mon-Fri 10am-12 noon More detailed advice on welfare rights/pensions, housing, homelessness, racial harassment, health, business and legal issues by arrangement. Day care services for elderly and housebound people. Culturally appropriate lunch club Mon-Fri. Regular Age UK Camden older people's general advice sessions. Women's…
020 7388 7313

Better Homes Delivery (Camden Council Property Management Division)

33-35, Jamestown RoadLondonNW1 7DB
Manages the delivery of Better Homes work, major and planned maintenance work to Council properties and repairs, as required, to Council properties when tenants move out in preparation for the new tenants moving in
020 7974 4444

Black Womens Rape Action Project

25 Wolsey RoadLondonNW5 2DX
Self-help support services including counselling, to Black and immigrant women and other women of colour who are survivors of domestic violence, racist sexual assault and asylum seekers fleeing rape and other persecution.
020 7482 2496 Fax: 020 7267 7297

Bloomsbury Clinic at the Mortimer Market Centre

(Formerly known as Mortimer Market Centre HIV Bloomsbury Clinic)
Mortimer MarketCapper StreetLondonWC1E 6JB
Bloomsbury Clinic at the Mortimer Market Centre offers free and confidential treatment and care for people with HIV and hepatitis.

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

British Red Cross London Refugee and International Tracing Services

(Also known as the British Red Cross Refugee Unit and the British Red Cross International Tracing Service and British Red Cross Society Aztec Row)
Aztec Row, Berners RoadLondonN1 0PW
Refugee Support Team helps asylum seekers and refugees. International tracing service for people who have lost touch with relatives due to war, refugee status etc.
020 7704 5670 (Refugee Support Team), 020 7704 5686 (International Tracing and Messaging Service) Fax: 020 7704 5671 (Refugee Support Team); 020 7704 5699 (International Tracing and Messaging Service)

British Somali Community

104-108 Grafton RoadLondonNW5 4BD
Community centre activities for the Somali community including women's projects: Women and Health drop-in at Kentish Town Community Centre, a Girl's and Young Women Project at Grafton Road and South Camden Community School, an Elder Women's Project at Charlie Ratchford Resource Centre and St Martin's…
020 7485 2963 Fax: 020 7284 1881

British Transport Police London North

423-425 Caledonian RoadLondonN7 9BQ
Area Commander Chief Superintendant Mark Smith. Covers the national rail system in North London, Essex, East Anglia and the northern Home Counties. Also covers the high speed rail link from St Pancras International to Ebbsfleet Station in Kent.
999 for emergencies, or 0800 405040 (24 hours), 020 7391 8200 Fax: 020 7391 8201

Bullying UK

Advice on bullying for young people, parents and schools. Part of Family Lives. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0808 800 2222 (Helpline) 0808 800 5678 (Familyline)

Cabinet Member for Safer Communities (Camden Council)

Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Councillor Nadia Shah (Lab). The role is: Summary Leading on reducing hate crime, drug activity, preventing anti-social behaviour and crime, reducing rough sleeping, increasing trust and special responsibility for creating vibrant markets (community safety, anti-social behaviour, no place for hate, markets).  Detail To take responsibility for delivery…
020 7974 6409 Fax: 020 7974 5921

Camden and Islington Police Child Abuse Investigation Team

(CAIT)
4th FloorHolborn Police Station10 Lambs Conduit StreetLondonWC1N 3NR
Investigates criminal allegations of intra-familial child abuse, those perpetrated by a carer or worker in a child focused environment, parental abduction and sudden and unexpected deaths in infants under the age of two years.
020 8733 4286 Fax: 020 8733 6504

Camden and Kings Cross Living Streets Group

(Also known as the Pedestrians Association Camden and Kings Cross)
Kings Cross (Camden) Living Streets Group aims to make Camden more accessible for pedestrians and to promote active travel. Help us join up existing pathways, so people can walk and cycle more freely, pleasantly and safely. You can also get involved with the regenerating streetscape…
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