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West Hampstead Women’s Centre

http://www.whwc.org.uk

The centre is for women over the age of 18- residing in Camden. It provides a supportive women-only space offering a range of services, such as crisis intervention drop-in, support for job-seekers, citizens advice bureau, support groups and free or low-cost classes, including arts and crafts, yoga, sewing, ESOL.

West London Mission – The Haven

http://www.wlm.org.uk/what-we-do/the-haven

Comfortable care home working with men with chronic addictions.

Women and Health

http://www.womenandhealth.org.uk/

Provides low-cost counselling and psychotherapy, and alternative and complementary therapies. to women over 16 years who either live, work or study in Camden.

Women’s Association For African Networking & Development (WAND UK)

http://www.wanduk.org/

WAND is an independent charity that addresses the problems facing women in isolated and excluded communities through outreach services and regular networking events. Wand works predominantly with African asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.

Women’s Therapy Centre

http://www.womenstherapycentre.co.uk/

Making psychotherapy accessible to women from black and ethnic minority communities, refugees, asylum seekers, young women, disabled women and women on low incomes. Low cost sessions are provided on a sliding scale. Individual and group therapy can be available in languages other than English.

Women’s Therapy Centre

http://www.womenstherapycentre.co.uk/

Making psychotherapy accessible to women from black and ethnic minority communities, refugees, asylum seekers, young women, disabled women and women on low incomes. Low cost sessions are provided on a sliding scale. Individual and group therapy can be available in languages other than English.

WRAP – Work Related Assertiveness Project (Jobs in Mind)

http://www.jobsinmind.org/service/wrap

A service for Camden & Islington residents, aged 16-25, with low self-esteem and confidence, who are committed to gain mainstream education, training or employment. The service can provide support with confidence building; personal development; support into training, work placements and paid employment; European Computer Driving License qualification; career planning and guidance.

Young People’s Consultation Service

http://cindex.camden.gov.uk/kb5/camden/cd/service.page?id=f-zcr-kI4HE

The service is for anyone aged between 16 and 30 who has personal or emotional problems e.g. in relationships with family, friends or partners, or difficulties at school, college or work. It provides four free, confidential consultations.