Thames Reach – Camden Spectrum Specialist Day Service
Spectrum Specialist Day Service is for those aged 18 and over and aims to reduce social exclusion of people with drug, alcohol and or mental health related problems who are homeless or engage in street activity.
The Brent Centre for Young People
The service is for young people aged 14-21 living in the London Borough of Brent (also see Camden residents), who are experiencing mild to moderate emotional and mental health difficulties. It provides adolescent exploratory therapy (AET); group psychotherapy; family therapy and support for parents and carers; and support for young Irish people.
The Camden Society
The service is for people with disabilities across London and Oxfordshire. It provides employment training, supported living and day services for people with learning and other disabilities.
The Claremont Project
The service is for Islington residents but also some spaces for Camden residents over the age of 55. It offers different activities including art/painting, art therapy, theatre group, drama/movement therapy, ballet/contemporary dance, choir, film club, keep fit, sequence dancing, ballroom dancing, salsa, computing for fun, quizzes, piano sessions, line dancing, tai chi, arts exploration, yoga, music therapy, psychotherapy, raffles, and occasional parties and outings.
The Holy Cross Centre
The service is for people who are homeless, based in Camden and Kings Cross and have mental health issues, substance misuse problems, asylum seekers and refugees. The service offers initial advice and guidance, referral, a free hot meal, referral to food banks and debt advice etc.
The Inner City Centre for Psychotherapy
Provides psychoanalytic psychotherapy for individuals, couples or groups.
The Men’s Centre
Provides individual counselling and psychotherapy, couples psychotherapy and couples group therapies for angry/abusive or violent men, as well as men and women with relationship, emotional and sexual problems.
Turing Network database
A database continually updated by volunteers with information about forthcoming LGBT events, LGBT venues around London, details of LGBT organisations and agencies, contact details for gay-friendly companies, addressed of sexual health clinics, etc.
Urban Growth (Jobs in Mind)
A service for London residents, aged 18 or over, with a history of mental health problems, who have appropriate mental health support in place. The service can provide training in organic food growing and therapeutic support to individuals with mental health problems so they can gain the skills, confidence and stability to facilitate their mental health recovery, personal and vocational development.
West Hampstead Women’s Centre
Service that provides Crisis intervention and drop-in for women who would like information and support in dealing with difficult situations, including domestic violence and rape.