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Peabody Cumberland Market Estate Housing Office

(Formerly known as Crown Estate Housing Cumberland Market Estate Housing Office)
Camberley HouseRedhill StreetLondonNW1 4AU
Key worker affordable housing estates at Cumberland Market, Victoria Park, Millbank and Lee Green consider applications for rented housing from local public service employers under a nominating agencies list. Applicants need to be nominated by their employer and will need to satisfy both Peabody’s housing…
020 7255 4100, Repairs (Peabody Direct) on 0800 022 4040 or 020 7021 4444 Fax: 020 7255 4101

Stonewall Housing

2ALeroy House436 Essex RoadIslingtonN1 3QP
Stonewall Housing is the specialist lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans(LGBT) housing advice and support provider. We provide free, confidential housing advice for LGBT+ people of all ages. We also provide supported housing for young LGBT+ people (41 spaces), a limited number of supported housing for people…
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Dialogue

(Formerly known as Camden Mediation Service)
11-17,The MarrCamden StreetLondonNW1 0HE
Offers mediation - helping people in conflict situations work out what they want to do. Services include: Community Mediation (between neighbours); Family Mediation (between couples who want to separate and/or divorce); Parenting Information Programmes (for people arranging child contact through the courts); Workplace Mediation (between…
020 7383 0733 Fax: 020 7383 7110

Abeona Housing Co-operative Limited

30 Fleet RoadLondonNW3 2QS
Mostly single-bedroom flats for people in housing need. A few larger units. A few units adapted for people with AIDS.
020 7482 2138 Fax: 020 7482 2181

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)

Albert Kennedy Trust

48 The Chocolate Studios7 Sheperdess PlaceLondonN1 7LJ
Supported lodgings in lesbian and gay households for young people 16-21 years who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Mentoring, advocacy, advice and support available for lesbian, gay and bisexual young people 16 to 25 years.
020 7831 6562 Fax: 020 7405 6929

Arkwright Mansions Residents Association

(AMRA)
12aArkwright Mansions206 Finchley RoadLondonNW3 6DE
Council tenants' and leaseholders' association. Affiliated to the Hampstead District Management Committee. Next AGM due June 2015. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 9 Oct 2014.)

Arlington Road Project

(Also known as Single Homeless Project Arlington Road Project SHP. Formerly Bridge Housing Association Arlington Road Project.)
88 Arlington RoadLondonNW1 7HT
A 38-bed project providing accommodation for people with a range of support needs relating to continuing alcohol use, associated drug use and low level mental ill health. Length of stay up to two years.
020 7387 3879 Fax: 020 7837 3599

Arhag Housing Association

Unit B, Ground FloorMary Brancker House54-74 Holmes RoadLondonNW5 3AQ
Provides housing and support for refugees and migrants and others in housing need.
020 7424 7370 Fax: 020 7267 6200

Ashton Court Sheltered Housing

St Richards HouseEversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BS
Telephone at Ashton Court: 020 7485 9580. Sheltered housing for the elderly. Regular afternoon teas, bingo and occasional special events.
020 7209 9222 Fax: 020 7209 9224

ASRA Housing Camden Office

Guilford PlaceLondonWC1N 1EA
Local office for sheltered housing for Asian elders. Schemes at 4 Guilford Place and 52 Millman Street WC1. Parent organisation provides general needs housing and sheltered housing for Asian elders across London.
07967 575610 (Mobile)

Astor College Vacation Accommodation

99 Charlotte StreetLondonW1T 4QB
Contact the Administrator for availability, prices and bookings. 250 bed hall of residence, available in the summer vacation for self catering, for commercial visitors. Alternatively, bed and breakfast is available at Ramsey Hall nearby in Maple Street.
020 7387 4537 Fax: 020 7383 0843

Barnfield and Woodfield Leaseholders Association

c/o 16WoodfieldParkhill RoadLondonNW3 2YA
Camden Council leaseholders' association. (No longer recognised by Camden Council Home Ownership Services as a Recognised Tenants' Association, 24 Feb 2016.)

Belsize Ward Temporary Housing Provision for Families (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden6th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Temporary accommodation service.
Housing enquiries 020 7974 5801

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church Free Food Sessions

235 Shaftesbury AvenueLondonWC2H 8EP
Lunch is provided for members of the local community. Concessionary charges for unwaged. Provided free for first 24 homeless people. Ticketing system.
020 7240 0544

Body and Soul

99-119, Rosebery AvenueLondonEC1R 4RE
Peer support groups and information workshops for children, teenagers and adults living with or affected by HIV. One-to-one counselling with mental health professionals. Information and advocacy on a range of issues: health and treatment, welfare, legal, human rights, housing and immigration. Skills development courses on…
020 7923 6880

Borderline

37 King StreetLondonWC2E 8JS
Offers advice, information and support to homeless and insecurely housed first, second and third generation Scottish people who live in London.
0800 174047 (Freephone for clients only), 0845 456 2190 (Admin) Fax: 020 7497 0184

Bright Sparks Community Projects

176 Seven Sisters RoadLondonN7 7PX
Bright Sparks collect unwanted furniture from Camden residents for the benefit of people in need.
020 7272 9156

Womens Pioneer Housing Limited

227 Wood LaneLondonW12 0EX
1000+ flats for single women in West London including flats in sheltered housing. A few properties in Camden (in NW6).
020 8749 7112 Fax: 020 8749 9843

Next Meal

Website that can direct homeless people to food and support 24/7. GPS identifies a user’s location and lists the nearest charities that provide food and support for homeless people. Our aim is to help people in the UK who are homeless or in acutely difficult…
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