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Camden United Football Project

62 Marchmont StreetLondonWC1N 1AB
Additional contacts Salique and Michael - Project Workers. Football development programme with youth and sports workers aimed at young people at risk of offending, offering participants conflict resolution skills.
020 7278 5635 Fax: 020 7833 5709

Camden Youth Offending Service (Camden Council)

(YOS Formerly known as Camden Youth Offending Team (YOT))
London Borough of Camden8th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Contact duty worker; 020 7974 1261. Team of multi-agency professionals working with young people aged 10-17 who have committed an offence or are in danger of doing so. The service undertakes both preventative work (for those that have not yet entered the criminal justice system)…
020 7974 6181 Fax: 020 7974 4163

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

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

Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Tackling Health Inequality and Promoting Independence (Camden Council)

Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Councillor Pat Callaghan (Lab). The role is: Summary Leading on healthy living and ageing well in Camden, supporting good mental health, reducing health inequalities and supporting independence for residents with disabilities or health conditions (including health inequalities, adult social care and adult safeguarding). Detail To take responsibility…
020 7974 4432

About Local Offer Family Group Conference Service (Camden Council)

(FGC)
9th floorCamden CouncilPancras SquareLondonN1C 4AG
The service offers Family Group Conferences (FGC) to children and families. Meetings are organised by an FGC co-ordinator who is matched to meet the needs of the family. The meetings offer families opportunities to make plans for their children. For more details visit www.camden.gov.uk/fgc
020 7974 1051 Fax:

Fostering Team (Camden Council)

1st FloorCrowndale Centre218 Eversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BD
Provide foster care for children and young people unable to live at home due to family difficulties. Also offer placements for young people on remand or who present challenging behaviour. Fostering recruitment evenings are held every first Thu of the month from 5.30pm-7pm at various…
020 7974 1283, 0800 028 1436 (Freephone), 020 7974 6666 (Customer Call Centre) Fax: 020 7974 6799

Howard League for Penal Reform

Campaigning charity based in Islington. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
020 7249 7373; Advice line for children and young adults in custody 0808 801 0308

Just for Kids Law

(JFK)
402 Harrow RoadLondonW9 2HU
Support, advocacy, advice and representation to children and young people in the criminal justice system, in community care or at risk from school exclusion. A not-for-profit organisation based within a solicitors' practice.
020 7266 7159 Fax: 020 7289 3161

No Way Trust Limited

(Also known as Prison! Me! No Way!)
The Deep Business CentreTower StreetHullHU1 4BG
Presenting multi-agency awareness days in Camden schools which educate against crime and antisocial behaviour, and encourage young people's personal safety. Subjects covered include joyriding, guns, knives, arson, truancy and specific local problems.
01482 224 382 Fax: 01482 382 088
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