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Rights of Women

(ROW)
52-54, Featherstone StreetLondonEC1Y 8RT
Provides legal advice, produces publications and organises training courses and conferences. Conducts policy work and campaigns on issues affecting women and the law.
020 7251 6575 (Office), 020 7251 6577 (Family Law Advice), 020 7251 8887 (Criminal Law Advice), 020 7490 7689 (Immigration and Asylum Law Advice) Fax: 020 7490 5377 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7490 2562

ISO-SAC

(Also known as In Support of Sexually Abused Children)
Counsels and supports the families of children who have been sexually abused. Send large SAE (first class stamp) for literature. Also 12 sessions of counselling to adult survivors at £20 per hour (Nov 2012).
020 7284 2125

Gun Control Network

LondonN3 2FE
Campaigns for tighter gun controls, including a ban on the sale, manufacture and import of replica weapons, the registration of airguns, and a minimum age limit of 18 on all guns.
020 8343 4246

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

Pilgrims to Willoughby Residents Association

(Includes Pilgrims to Willoughby Neighbourhood Watch Scheme)
14 Denning RoadLondonNW3 1SU
Deals with issues of concern to residents, hosts regular social events and publishes a popular list of recommended tradesmen. Covers Rudall Crescent, Willow Road, Pilgrims Lane, Willoughby Road, Denning Road, Carlingford Road and Kemplay Road. Newsletter, social events and Neighbourhood Watch scheme. Next AGM due…
020 7435 2962

Independent Custody Visitors Camden Panel

10 Dean Farrar StreetLondonSW1H 0DY
Independent custody visitors are volunteer members of the public appointed by the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime. They are authorised to visit detainees in Camden's police stations at any hour, to ensure that they know and receive their rights and are well cared for.…
020 7202 0202 0808 100 1036

Mecklenburgh Square Residents Association

17 Mecklenburgh SquareLondonWC1N 2AD
Represents the interests of, and offers support to the residents of the Square and the portion of Doughty Street north of Guilford Street. Supervises local neighbourhood watch scheme.
020 7837 9423

West London Mission

19 Thayer StreetLondonW1U 2QJ
Provides several social work services including Katherine Price Hughes Approved Premises and Highbury Counselling Centre, both in Islington but drawing referrals across borough boundaries, including Camden. Runs the West London Day Centre based in Westminster. Also organises the Wednesday Club for single homeless people at…
020 7935 6179 Fax: 020 7487 3965

Camden House Approved Premises

(Formerly known as Camden House Bail and Probation Hostel)
London Probation Trust Approved Premises (formerly known as Bail Hostel) in Camden Town for 31 men on bail, probation and parole. Referrals are accepted from the Courts and Probation Officers only via the Central Referral Scheme, phone: 020 7407 7293.
020 7482 4288 Fax: 020 7284 3391

Missing People

(Formerly National Missing Persons Helpline includes the Runaway Helpline and the Message Home Helpline)
Roebuck House284-286, Upper Richmond Road WestLondonSW14 7JE
Provides support for missing children, vulnerable adults and families left in limbo. Gives families of the missing specialist advice and practical support as well as help searching. Also provides the Runaway Helpline for young runaways helping young people contact their family, carer, a support agency…
116 000 (National free phone number) Fax: 020 8392 4529 Textphone/Minicom: 116 000

Safe and Happy Older People and Parents With Pushchairs

(SHOPPP)
Webheath208 Palmerston RoadLondonNW6 2JU
Caversham Elder Persons' Organisation contact Mrs Wendy Munro, c/o Kentish Town Community Centre, Willingham Tenants Hall, Willingham Close, London NW5 2UY. Campaign promoting better access in local retail outlets, safer neighbourhoods and retail premises.
020 7624 8818

London Fire Brigade

(Run by London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority)
169 Union StreetLondonSE1 0LL
Responsible for the London Fire Brigade. The following Fire Stations are in Camden: Kentish Town Fire Station, 20 Highgate Road, NW5 1NS; West Hampstead Fire Station, 325 West End Lane, NW6 1RR; Euston Fire Station, 172 Euston Road, NW1 2DH. Meetings of the Authority are…
999 (Emergencies) 020 8555 1200 (Office)

Holly Hill Neighbourhood Watch

Holly HillLondonNW3 6SE
Working with local police on issues around crime and security in Holly Hill.
020 7742 0902

SHP Southampton Row Accommodation

(Formerly known as Penrose Housing Association Russell Square Accommodation)
245 Grays Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8QY
Supported temporary accommodation. Each service user has own room and shares other facilities. Support worker co-ordinates effective support from relevant agencies with an aim to allow service users to live an independent lifestyle.
020 7636 1894 Fax: 020 7436 1907

London Probation Trust

(Includes Community Payback)
71-73, Great Peter StreetLondonSW1P 2BN
Probation staff work with offenders to protect the public and reduce re-offending. They deliver sentences of the Courts through credible and effective community punishments including programmes to change offending behaviour, alcohol and drug treatment, and Community payback. Offenders sentenced to Community Payback do unpaid work…
020 7222 5656 Fax: 020 7960 1188

Fairfax Road (12-36) Residents Association

30 Fairfax RoadLondonNW6 4HA
Residents' association for properties in a private road incorporating Neighbourhood Watch for nos. 12-36 Fairfax Road. AGM usually in October.
020 7586 3119

National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service Sexually Harmful Behaviours Project

(Formerly the Young Abusers Project)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Offers assessment and treatment of children and young people with sexually harmful behaviour. Also training and consultation for professionals working with children with sexually harmful behaviour.
020 7428 1512 Fax: 020 7428 1181

Only Connect

32 Cubitt StreetLondonWC1X 0LR
Only Connect works in schools, in prisons and on the streets to deliver projects that build relationships, grow skills and cut crime. The focus is innovation to prevent first-time offending and reduce re-offending. Members are enabled to design and deliver solutions to their own problems…
0207 278 8939

Personal Support Unit

(PSU Attached to the Royal Courts of Justice and the Principal Registry of the Family Division (in High Holborn))
Room M104Royal Courts of JusticeStrandLondonWC2A 2LL
An independent charity that offers practical and emotional support to people attending civil courts. This includes accompanying clients to court, guidance around the building, making calls, advising people of court procedure and speaking to ushers/judges' clerks. Does not give legal advice.
020 7947 7701, 020 7947 7703 Fax: 020 7947 7702

Minster Centre

(Including the Mapesbury Clinic, Families Without Fear Project AND Low Cost Psychotherapy and Counselling Service)
20 Lonsdale RoadLondonNW6 6RD
Referral service for members of the public seeking psychotherapy and counselling, including low cost services. Mapesbury Clinic provides multicultural counselling for people in exile. The Families Without Fear project (no crisis service; phone for an appointment) provides therapeutic and educational services for people affected by…
020 7644 6240 (Reception) Fax: 020 7644 6241
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