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Adoption and Permanence Team (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as the Permanent Placement Team. Contact point for the North London Adoption Consortium and the North London Fostering Consortium)
1st FloorCrowndale Centre218 Eversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BD
Council section acting as an adoption agency for babies and older children. Offers counselling and support services for adults who were adopted as children or were in care. Also offers a family finding service for long term fostering. Co-ordinates services with Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and…
020 7974 3082 (Adoption), 020 7974 6783 (Fostering) 0800 028 1436 (Freephone), 020 7974 6666 (Customer Call Centre) Fax: 020 7974 6799

Adoption UK

National self help group for adoptive parents and foster carers. Website lists local adoption agencies. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0844 848 7900 (Helpline)

Adult ADHD Counselling & Support

(MBACP Registered.)
Gospel OakKentish TownLondonNW5 4SE
Private counselling and psychotherapy practice. For: ADHD. Also depression, anxiety and stress, relationship difficulties, divorce and separation, bereavement and loss. Bullying and childhood issues, including abuse. Addictions and self harming behaviours. Life difficulties, not knowing which way to turn and needing a safe place to…
07595 292129

Adult Assessment and Care Management Royal Free Hospital Team (Camden Council)

South House Block APond StreetLondonNW3 2QG
Social work team. Provide information and signposting on social care services. Community care assessments of need for patients who require assessments, and discharge planning for social care.
020 7794 0500 ext 38113 Fax: 020 7317 7606

Adult Assessment and Care Management University College Hospital Team (Camden Council)

University College Hospital250 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2PG
Social work assessment for patients being discharged into the community from all the hospitals within the UCLH NHS Foundation Trust. For older people and people with physical disabilities.
020 3447 9813, 020 3447 9814 Fax: 020 3447 9628

About Local Offer Adult Community Learning Services (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden11th floor, 5 Pancras SquareJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Offers free adult learning courses in community learning venues across the borough for people over 19. Some classes are for particular groups such as older people, parents and carers, ESOL learners or people with learning disabilities. Some of the courses are intended as first steps…
020 7974 2148 (Admin)

Adult Learning Centre Netley Campus

(Formerly known as Netley Community Learning Centre)
Adult Learning Centre72-76, Stanhope StreetLondonNW1 3EX
All courses are for adults aged 19+ and give priority to Camden residents. We offer a range of courses in computing, English, work and volunteering and family learning. Some classes are for particular groups, for example,  parents and carers. Some classes have a free crèche –…
020 7974 2148

About Local Offer Adult Learning Partnership (Camden Council)

11th floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
This partnership is for providers of learning opportunities for adults in the borough, including colleges, community centres, voluntary organisations, museums, libraries and galleries. It aims to allow the sharing of information about provision, to encourage collaborative work to develop between providers and sectors and to…
020 7974 2148

Adult Social Care Complaints Unit (Camden Council )

London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
The Complaints Unit provides support and advice including advocacy for Adult Social Care users, potential users and carers who may wish to make a complaint about services.
020 7974 4341 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7974 6096

About Local Offer Adults Learning Disability Physiotherapy Service (Camden Council)

Camden Town HallJudd StLondonWC1H 9JE
The Camden Learning Disability Service (CLDS) Physiotherapy service provides person-centred, whole life approaches to helping people with learning disabilities manage or maintain their health and improve movement and physical skills Physiotherapists work in a number of community based settings and service users’ own homes to…
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