Camden Alcohol Service
The service offers help and support for those who have an alcohol problem which interferes with their health, relationships, employment and other key aspects of their life. It also works with friends and family.
Camden and Islington Foundation Trust – Substance Misuse Services
Provides community services to people with issues with drugs or alcohol. Works to improve people’s mental health, wellbeing and help them to achieve recovery. Also offers specialist treatment for club and party drug users through The Grip clinic.
Camden Community Drug Service
Camden Community Drug Service is a free and confidential drug service for adults in Camden and Kilburn. Provides a welcoming, open access service for Camden residents who are experiencing difficulties with drugs. Works with people who are using any type of drugs, including: opiates, stimulants, cannabis and new psychoactive drugs.
Advice and information, assessment and referral, on-site enhanced needle exchange service and hostel in-reach provision across Camden. Services include: structured one-to-one support, group work, counselling, complimentary therapies (full body acupuncture and shiatsu), and harm minimisation workshops.
Camden DIP (Drugs Intervention Project)
Supports people, whose drug use drives their criminal activity, into effective drug treatment.
Cranstoun Drug Services – City Roads
City Roads is a residential detox, crisis intervention and stabilisation service. This is a 14-28 day service for anyone over the age of 18 who requires detox from alcohol and/or drugs or has particularly severe health issues related to substance use.
National Problem Gambling Centre
The National Problem Gambling Clinic treats problem gamblers living in England and Wales aged 16 and over. The team assesses the needs of problem gamblers as well as those of their partners and family members.
Single Homeless Project – Camden Recovery Programme
SHP provide a Recovery and Inclusion service for individuals who have left drug or alcohol treatment, stabilised in drug or alcohol treatment and / or are in the homeless hostel pathway. Individuals receive tailored support to help them access education, employment, training and volunteering programmes.
Single Homeless Project 165 Project
Pathways project hostel for single homeless people with continuing drug use problems. The project is for people with a class A addiction. Will accept people with dogs. Length of stay 6 to 18 months.
Single Homeless Project Camden
Provides accommodation for single homeless people with ongoing support needs including substance misuse, mental health, offending behaviour and rough sleeping. Maximum length of stay 2 years. Offers resettlement support and advice to help residents find appropriate longer-term housing.