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Henna Asian Women’s Group Befriending Project

For Asian men and women over 75 based in Camden, who live alone or are housebound, and will benefit from the support offered by a befriending service.

Hibiscus Initiatives

Focusing on the rights of Black, minority ethnic and refugee migrant women serving a custodial sentence.


For Asian women and their families in Camden. Provides employment and welfare advice, help with further education, health and wellbeing, job skills and groups in various languages.


Counselling and psychotherapy for people from foreign and Irish communities.

Mind Yourself

A raft of services for Irish people living in London – from health-related advice, information and support to impromptu flash-mob events that you can be part of.

Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre

Therapy service for people within Camden who wish to see someone who speaks their language or has a background knowledge of culturally diverse issues for therapy.

Shpresa Programme

Provides advice, advocacy and support to help people from the Albanian community settle and gain access to education, training and employment, as well as fully participate in society.

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

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

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.