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Rudall Crescent Residents Association (NW3)

15 Rudall CrescentLondonNW3 1RR
Neighbourhood association and neighbourhood watch.
020 7681 8013

Study Group (Survivors of Incest)

(Formerly known as Survivors of Incest Anonymous)
78 Hampstead High StreetLondonNW3 1RE
Self-help group of women and men who meet to help deal with experiences of incest/child abuse. Follows step 11 of the 12-step programme adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous.

Shelter Free Housing Advice Helpline

(Formerly known as Shelterline or Shelter Line)
The email address is not suitable for advice enquiries - please ring the helpline. For anyone facing a housing emergency, including people who are homeless, tenants suffering harassment or eviction, or people fleeing from domestic violence. The advisors can give immediate, practical advice, inform people…
0808 800 4444

Everyman Project

1a Waterlow RoadLondonN19 5NJ
Runs an advice line for anyone concerned about a man's violence or abuse. Provides a 30 week therapeutic counselling programme with individual and group work counselling sessions (13 weeks one-to-one counselling, then 16 weeks group counselling), for men who want to stop their violent or…
020 7263 8884 (Adviceline and Admin) Fax: 020 7263 8341

Chadswell Healthy Living Centre

Lower Ground FloorChadswell FlatsHarrison StreetLondonWC1H 8LD
Community centre activities. Wide range of community classes including fitness, healthy eating, sewing etc. After school homework club for Bangladeshi and Chinese children. Many special groups for older people, Bengali speakers and Chinese people. Also have a Somali speaking worker. Victims of race/faith hate crime…
020 7713 5545 Fax: 020 7713 5503

Kings Cross Safer Neighbourhood Panel

Flat 3StansteadTavistock PlaceLondonWC1H 9RZ
Group of local residents, businesses and organisations prioritising and assessing local policing policies.
020 7833 0524

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Freshstart

(NSPCC Fresh Start)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Team offering services to families, professionals and organisations across London and nationally around child sexual abuse. Policy development work, research, meetings and training. Four 3rd floor training rooms for hire.
020 7428 1500 (Reception), 020 7825 2775 (Public enquiries) Fax: 020 7428 1182

Parsifal Road Association

Flat 319 Parsifal RoadLondonNW6 1UG
Parsifal Road is in the West End Green Conservation Area. Aims to protect the unique environment that benefits the health and safety of the residents in Parsifal Road from adverse social changes, for example detrimental property development. The Parsifal Road Neighbourhood Watch is affiliated to…

Clean Break

Patshull RoadLondonNW5 2LB
Women's theatre, education and new-writing company founded by ex-prisoners and open to all women with experience of the criminal justice system and women at risk of offending due to mental health needs and/or drug/alcohol abuse.
020 7482 8600 Fax: 020 7482 8611

Haven Paddington

St Mary's HospitalPraed StreetLondonW2 1NY
Service for victims of rape/sexual assault. Offer of medical advice, forensic medical examinations for collection of evidence, screening for infections, counselling and psychosocial assessment. Men, women and children who have been raped or sexually assaulted within the last 12 months can access the service. Also…
020 3312 1101 (office hours); 020 3312 6666 (other times) Fax: 020 3312 1850

Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board

(Formerly known as Camden Community and Police Consultative Group CCPCG)
Somers Town Community Centre150 Ossulston StreetLondonNW1 1EE
Chair: Roy Walker. Brings together representatives of the local community, Safer Neighbourhood Panels, local authorities and the police on matters concerning the policing of Camden.
020 7383 0000 07973 920598

North Camden Drug Services

(Also known as Response or North Camden Substance Misuse Service)
Daleham Gardens Medical CentreDaleham GardensLondonNW3 5BY
Offers a comprehensive range of drug treatment services for drug users and their families in north Camden. Includes: specialist multi-disciplinary assessment, treatment (including referral for in-patient detoxification and rehabilitation) and counselling, including supervised pharmacy dispensing programmes, primary health care. Also have information on needle exchange…
020 3317 6400

Swains Lane Residents and Neighbourhood Watch Association

28 Swains LaneLondonN6 6QR
Group of 90 households concerned with traffic and development proposals. Also liaise with police on crime.
020 7485 1238 020 7270 8340

Cantelowes Safer Neighbourhood Panel

NW1 9XB
Group of local residents, businesses and organisations prioritising and assessing local policing policies.

Families and Partners Support Service

(Also known as Camden Alcohol Service Families and Partners Support Service or CRI Families and Partners Support Service)
7-8, Early Mews, Arlington RoadLondonNW1 7HG
Help for people affected by someone else's drug or alcohol use. One-off meetings or short term counselling. Advice and information given.
07500 859 708, 020 3227 4950 Fax: 020 3227 4959

Centrepoint Frederick Street Hostel

5-7, Frederick StreetLondonWC1X 0NG
Hostel for young vulnerable single people with medium to high support needs. Will accept clients on probation, licence or community service. Maximum length of stay one year.
020 7423 6801 Fax: 020 7833 4913

Parker House Hostel and Assessment Centre

Parker House25 Parker StreetLondonWC2B 5PA
Single homeless men with support needs who are rough sleeping. Can accept ex-offenders. Length of stay 1 night to 8 weeks. Aims to carry out resettlement of each resident within a 6 week period.
020 7974 3465 Fax: 020 7242 3136

ICAP

(Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy)
96 Moray RoadLondonN4 3LA
National counselling service using qualified, accredited psychotherapists. Once weekly counselling and psychotherapy, also group support work.
020 7272 7906 Fax: 020 7272 6920

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…

Salvation Army Family Tracing Service

101 Newington CausewayLondonSE1 6BN
Undertakes the tracing of missing relatives over 18 years old for the purposes of reconciliation only.
020 7367 4747, 0845 634 4747 (Local rate) Fax: 020 7367 4723
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