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Tavistock Clinic Therapeutic Work with Families Post Domestic Violence

(Also known as Family Work and Family Groups Post Domestic Violence)
Tavistock Centre120 Belsize LaneLondonNW3 5BA
Work with families where there has been domestic violence, and there is concern about the effect on the children.
020 8938 2298, 020 8938 2305 Fax: 020 7431 9021

About Local Offer South Camden Youth Access Point (SCYAP)

82-84, Cromer StreetLondonWC1H 8DG
Offers support in finding education, employment and training to young people up to and including the age of 19. Benefits advice and registration for Jobseekers Allowance and Work Based Training/Apprenticeships for 16/17 year olds. Support for young people with housing, leisure and health issues. Offering…
020 7974 8257 020 7974 8256 020 7974 4957

WaveLength

(Formerly known as Wireless for The Bedridden and W4B)
National charity providing radio/television sets to isolated and lonely people living in poverty. Many are over 75, and many are coming out of difficult situations like homelessness or domestic violence. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0800 018 2137 (Freephone); 01708 621 101 (office)

Freedom From Torture Hampstead and Highgate Supporters Group

(Formerly known as Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture Hampstead and Highgate Group)
Millflower Cottage1a Canons CloseRadlettWD7 7ER
Organise local fundraising events in support of the charity Freedom from Torture, which offers medical consultation, examination and forensic documentation of injuries, psychological treatment and support, and practical help to victims of torture.
01923 854334

Chinese Information and Advice Centre

Basement2 Gerrard Place LondonW1D 5PB
Free legal advice and representation on immigration and nationality law, support for women victim of domestic violence, advice and support to refugees and asylum seekers.
0300 2011868

Camden Police Safer Neighbourhoods Team Swiss Cottage Ward

(Also known as Station House Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) Base)
West Hampstead Police Station21 Fortune Green RoadLondonNW6 1DX
A dedicated police team made up of 1 Police Sergeant, 2 Police Constables and 1 Police Community Support Officer who cover the Swiss Cottage area. They deal with quality of life issues, reassurance patrols, making Swiss Cottage a safer and better place to live and…
020 8721 2755, 07717 451987 (Mobile) Fax: 020 8733 6858

London Probation (Camden)

Camden House199 Arlington RoadLondonNW1 7HA
Law enforcement agency. 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.
020 7428 8430 Fax: 020 7428 8494

Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre)

Mortimer MarketCapper StreetLondonWC1E 6JB
The Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre) offers free and confidential sexual health services. This includes STI (sexually transmitted infection), HIV testing and the Margaret Pyke Centre for contraceptive services. Walk in services: emergency contraception, if you have have intrauterine contraception fitted within last four…

Careline Telecare (Camden Council)

(Call centre answered by Welbeing)
LudhamLismore CircusLondonNW5 4SE
24-hour telephone-based community alarm service for Camden residents who want to live independently at home. It is particularly useful for people who are immobile or unsteady on their feet, returning home from hospital, living alone with memory problems, victims of domestic violence or living with…
020 7974 1491 (option 4)

About Local Offer Family Service (Families in Focus)

London Borough of Camden9th Floor, 5 Pancras SquareJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Works with child / young people aged 4 - 16 years old and their families Eligibility is per the Camden threshold for need for Early Help which includes children who are vulnerable to poor outcomes and need additional support to overcome difficulties and prevent escalation…
020 7974 1320 / 020 7974 8926

Camden Cyclists

(Also known as London Cycling Campaign Camden or Camden Cycling Campaign)
11 Grove TerraceLondonNW5 1PH
Email address info@camdencyclists.org.uk. Campaign for safer road conditions for cyclists. Bi-monthly newsletter. Programme of cycle rides. Advice on purchase, maintenance, security and routes. Liaise with Camden Council.
020 7485 2685‬

London Irish Centre Lost Contact Service

50-52, Camden SquareLondonNW1 9XB
The London Irish Centre Lost Contact Service searches for a missing person using the records of Health and Social Care services. These are checked against the details provided to us by the family member. 
020 7916 2222

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

Kidscape

Grosvenor GardensLondonSW1W 0DH
UK charity established to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Provides a helpline offering support and advice to parents of bullied children, publications and DVDs on bullying, child protection and parenting, training on child safety and behaviour management issues and confidence building sessions for children…
0845 120 5204 (Local Rate Helpline), 020 7730 3300 (Admin) Fax: 020 7730 7081

Highgate West Hill Residents Association Traffic Sub-committee

105 Highgate West HillLondonN6 6AP
Concerned with traffic issues on Highgate West Hill, including the prevention of accidents and reduction of emissions and congestion, parking etc. as well as any planning issues relating to Highgate West Hill.
07986 221 110

St Pancras Refugee Centre

(SPARC)
The CryptHoly Cross ChurchCromer StreetLondonWC1H 8JU
Social drop-in with meal served. Art and other activities. Internet access available. Specialist advice and support to refugees and asylum seekers only: Benefits advice; referral to legal services for immigration, NASS (National Asylum Support Service) support and housing support services. Victims of race/faith hate crime…
020 7278 4437 Fax: 020 7278 8567

Camden Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Forum

(Camden LGBT Forum. Includes the Homophobic Harassment Hotline and Outtakes Project)
Chair Nigel Patrick Harris. The forum aims to provide an official channel of communication and influence between the Camden lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and organisations that are responsible for ensuring community safety. It acts as a non-police reporting site for incidents. It…
020 7388 5720 07798 705324 (Mobile) 0800 328 2509 (Homophobic Harassment Hotline open Mon-Fri 8am - 10pm)

Victim Support in Camden

(Formerly Camden Victim Support)
Octavia House50 Banner StreetLondonEC1Y 8ST
Free and confidential help, advice and support to individuals and families in Camden who have been the victims of crime, including racial harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, street crime, bullying, youth crime and homophobic/transphobic crime. Has specialist advisers to deal with different issues. Runs the…
020 7336 1766 (admin); 0845 30 30 900 (out of hours Supportline) Fax: 020 7253 8943 Textphone/Minicom: 18801 020 7336 1766

Galop

356 Holloway RoadLondonN7 6PA
Advice, information and support for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people who are dealing with homophobic/transphobic violence or who have any policing issues.
London LGBT+ Advice Line: 020 7704 2040 Fax: 020 7704 6707 Textphone/Minicom: Textphone users dial 08001 020 7704 2040

Equality and Human Rights Commission

A statutory body enforcing equality legislation and advising employers, organisations and individuals. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0845 604 6610 (Helpline England)
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