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    Salvation Army Outreach Street Team

    Faith House11 Argyle StreetLondonWC1H 8EJ
    Street work with sex workers and people who misuse alcohol and drugs. Small selection of books available for marginalised, at risk and vulnerable people (Telephone for details of this service).
    020 7837 5149 Fax: 020 7278 9928

    Families Anonymous

    Charlotte Despard AvenueLondonSW11 5HD
    Self-help fellowship of families and friends of drug users and those with related problems. Based on the 12 step programme of Alcoholics Anonymous. 50 groups meet weekly in various parts of the UK. Helpline staffed by volunteers.
    0845 1200 660 (Helpline-Low rate), 020 7498 4680 (Office) Fax: 020 7498 1990

    Habari

    11 Warwick StreetLondonW1B 5NA
    Training on sexual health and HIV. Free lunch and creche.
    020 7434 1622 Fax: 020 7287 1368

    West London Day Centre

    134-136, Seymour PlaceLondonW1H 1NT
    Provides health, housing and education services for rough sleepers in the Westminster area. Canteen for breakfast and lunch, showers, laundry, clothing store, luggage storage, mail collection. On-site Homeless Health Team, mental health support services, accommodation advice, jobs and benefits advice, drugs and alcohol support and…
    020 7569 5900 Fax: 020 7569 5919

    Narcotics Anonymous

    202 City RoadLondonEC1V 2PH
    Self-help groups run for and by recovering addicts. Over 220 meetings run every week in London, many in Camden. Only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using drugs.
    0300 999 1212 (24 hour Helpline) 020 7251 4007 (Office)

    Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Advice and Complaints Service

    (Formerly the Patient Advice and Liaison Service PALS and the Complaints Service)
    St Pancras WayLondonNW1 0YT
    Provide information about mental health and substance misuse services in Camden and Islington. Investigate concerns and complaints about services that are provided by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
    020 3317 3117 Fax: 020 7530 3735

    Camden Recovery Peers

    (Formerly the Camden Recovery Champions)
    245 Gray's Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8QY
    Volunteer Recovery Champions run weekly Recovery Groups across Camden Drug and Alcohol Services. The Recovery Groups provide peer support and information about services for people in recovery from alcohol and substance use issues.
    020 7520 8682 Fax: 020 7837 7498

    Camden Health Improvement Practice

    (Formerly Camden Pathways Practice, merged from Camden and Islington Drug Services Primary Care Unit and Primary Care for Homeless People)
    Margarete Centre108 Hampstead RoadLondonNW1 2LS
    Provide a range of medical services for homeless people and those with substance misuse problems living in Camden. Also give advice and information on finding health care (registering with a doctor), benefits and housing advice.
    020 3182 4200 Fax: 020 3317 6364

    New Horizon Youth Centre Outreach and Womens Open Space Project

    68 Chalton StreetLondonNW1 1JR
    Working on the streets of Camden and Islington with young people and female sex workers. The team works with rough sleepers, women in the sex industry and people with multiple needs. Provides a resettlement drop-in at Holloway prison and escorts young people and women to…
    020 7388 5560 Fax: 020 7388 5848

    Cocaine Anonymous

    LondonE2 9WF
    Offers help and advice on dealing with addiction to cocaine and all other mind altering substances. Offers a programme based on the 12-step Alcoholics Anonymous model. Meetings in various venues in London, including a number in the Camden/Kentish Town area.
    0800 612 0225 (Freephone Helpline)
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