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    African Families Association

    Flat 10The FortiesIslip StreetLondonNW5 2UG
    Offers leisure and recreational activities to African families. Includes advice, information and health promotion. Interpreting and translation service.
    020 7485 0020 07944 142321

    African Physical Training Organisation

    (APTO)
    Office 1419 Greenwood PlaceLondonNW5 1LB
    Organisation which promotes the health of young African people (refugees and asylum seekers) by running a range of physical and sports activities. This includes football, wrestling, boxing, judo, karate and self-defence. Also promotes education. Supplementary school in English and maths for 7-15 year olds.
    020 7284 1906 Fax: 020 7284 1906

    African Swahili Community Project in the UK (ASCOP-Undugu)

    1b Waterlow RoadLondonN19 5NJ
    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from…
    020 7281 1859 Fax: 020 7281 9164

    African Well Women Clinic

    Whittington HospitalMagdala AvenueLondonN19 5NF
    Specialist clinic dealing with female circumcision, especially in relation to pregnancy and family planning. Ante-natal, intrapartum (during birth) and post-natal treatment. First visit will include an assessment and liaison with an interpreter, counsellor and advisor if required. Non-pregnant women with female circumcision can also self-refer.…
    020 7288 3482 Fax: 020 7288 5270

    Africans Unite Against Child Abuse

    (AFRUCA)
    Awareness raising campaign based in Islington. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    0207 704 2261 Fax: 0207 704 2266

    Black Disabled Peoples Association

    LondonHA0 9HG
    Mutual support group for black disabled people and groups in Brent, Camden and Westminster. Advice and information given. Conducts research on independent living.
    07963 117 730

    Black Womens Rape Action Project

    25 Wolsey RoadLondonNW5 2DX
    Self-help support services including counselling, to Black and immigrant women and other women of colour who are survivors of domestic violence, racist sexual assault and asylum seekers fleeing rape and other persecution.
    020 7482 2496 Fax: 020 7267 7297

    Bridge Project (Peckwater Centre)

    Peckwater StreetLondonNW5 2TX
    Culturally sensitive, practical, social and emotional support. Staffed by workers from the communities they serve. Aim is to help people stay in their own homes in the community while they recover and prevent or reduce their re-admission to hospital for the treatment of their mental…
    020 3317 6737 Fax: 020 7530 6430

    Camden Unison

    59 Phoenix Road, Brill PlaceLondonNW1 1ES
    Local branch of national trade union, for Camden Council employees and employees of other organisations providing local services in Camden, including voluntary organisations, private companies and further education. Advice and help for members on all work related matters is provided in the first instance by…
    020 7974 1633 Fax: 020 7387 1599

    CarAF Centre

    27-30CheritonQueens CrescentLondonNW5 4EZ
    Gives educational advice, information and support to black, minority ethnic (BME) and other disadvantaged parents in Camden on social, educational, training and other related issues that affect BME children and their families. Other services include: a range of training workshops for parents and the Mandela…
    020 7284 0030 (Centre), 020 7284 1387 (the Empowerment counselling service) Fax: 020 7284 0844

    Ethiopian Welfare Association

    (Also known as Ethiopian Welfare Action Group)
    26 Crowndale RoadLondonNW1 1TT
    Working through a range of services and in alliance with others, the association seeks to empower those living in poverty and disadvantage, especially but not exclusively Ethiopian refugees and people of African origin, to enable them to take positive action themselves to improve the quality…
    07908 767398

    Foundation66 Alcohol and Drug Services

    Londonwide charity providing a range of services for people with substance misuse problems. Based in Southwark. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    020 7234 9940

    Foundation66 New Roots Drug and Alcohol Service

    (Formerly Rugby House ARP New Roots Drug and Alcohol Service)
    1st FloorHolyrood StreetLondonSE1 2EL
    One to one help for drug and alcohol users and their families. Support, counselling and referrals. Workshops and education programmes. Runs sessions in health centres, community centres and mental health day services. Somali engagement group.
    0800 019 0563, 020 7940 7102 Fax: 020 7357 6712

    Holy Cross Centre

    (Also known as The Crypt)
    Holy Cross ChurchCromer StreetLondonWC1H 8JU
    Drop-in sessions for vulnerable people. This is a dry centre; people who have had a drink or taken illicit drugs on the day will not be admitted. UK Online computer training sessions for people with mental health or ongoing health needs. Time-banking.
    020 7278 8687 Fax: 020 7713 5818

    Impala House

    Chalcot SquareLondonNW1 8YB
    International student residence taking post-graduates, mature overseas students and their families. Emphasis is on the social and welfare needs of residents.
    020 7584 2769 (Zebra Housing) Fax: 020 7589 3648

    Mandela Supplementary School

    27-30,CheritonQueens CrescentLondonNW5 4EZ
    Classes run: Tue 4.30pm-7.30pm (ages 11-16), Sat 10am-1.15pm (ages 5-10) in term time only. Educational service to support children and raise achievement levels in statutory schools. Subjects covered: English, mathematics, African-Caribbean history.
    020 7284 0030 Fax: 020 7284 0844

    Nafsiyat (Intercultural Therapy Centre)

    Unit 4Lysander Mews, Lysander GroveLondonN19 3QP
    Offers intercultural counselling and psychotherapy to people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, for people in mixed cultural relationships and for people whom cultural matters are an issue. Includes the Bengali and Somali Culturally Sensitive HIV/AIDS Counselling Project.
    020 7263 6947 Fax: 020 7561 1884

    Naz Project London

    HIV/AIDS and sexual health support service for BME (South Asian, Middle Eastern, North African, Horn of Africa and Latin American) communities. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    020 8741 1879

    Odu-dua Housing Association

    84-88, Kingsgate RoadLondonNW6 4LA
    Housing association. Referrals accepted only from council housing departments.
    020 7625 1799 Fax: 020 7625 1798

    Pan African Housing Co-op

    49 St Pancras WayLondonNW1 0DQ
    Provides permanent accommodation for refugees from Africa and other parts of the developing world who believe in self-help. Also provides resettlement support and immigration advice. Access only via local authority homeless persons' unit registrations.
    020 7388 0759 Fax: 020 7388 1301
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