On this page find our A-Z of useful contacts for carers (numbers, emails and weblinks) - and click here for more information about other support groups and carers' activities in Camden.
Tel: 020 7974 5919
For people permanently unable to use public transport (includes Taxicard, Blue Badge and Freedom Pass).
Adelaide Medical Centre
Tel: 020 7722 4135
GP Surgery based in Chalk Farm
Direct line: 0845 257 9406
Information and support by phone for professionals and family carers of people with dementia.
Age UK Camden
Tel: 020 7239 0400
Advocacy, advice, befriending, resource centre.
Sign up to Age UK's newsletter here: www.gtcamden.com
Alzheimer's Society in Camden
Direct line: 020 7561 4828
Click here for more information
A free resource to use that provides comphrensive information on all available UK Welfare benefits as well as guidance on benefit applications, appeals, emergency assistance and legal help.
Support and information for people with a bi-polar diagnosis and their family and friends.
Tel: 0333 323 3880
Tel: 020 7974 1491 (02079741492 open 24 hours)
Community alarm service for older, disabled and frail people.
Camden Community Connectors
Tel: 0800 161 5716
Tackling social isolation and loneliness among older people.
Camden's Information and Access Team (for Adult Social Care services)
Tel: 020 7974 4000 (out of hours: 0207 974 4444)
Camden Integrated Primary Care Service
Tel: 020 3214 5700
Camden Psychological Therapies Service
Self-referral line: 020 3317 5600
The NHS Choices website also has a guide to carers' rights.
Helpline: 020 7974 1525 (choose option three for children)
Information of childcare and service for 0-19 years (25 for young people with special educational needs and disabilities).
Citizens Advice Bureaux - Camden
Adviceline, Mon- Fri, 1 - 4pm: 0300 330 0646
Independent financial and legal advice.
Helpline: 0808 808 3555
National helpline for parents of disabled children.
Tel: 01733 358100
Tel: 0800 319 6789.
National helpline for older people and their carers.
Tel: 020 7359 3639
Information and homebase breaks for families of disabled children.
Mental Health Camden
Tel: 020 3317 6333
Mental health and Wellbeing services in Camden.
Mind in Camden
Tel: 020 7911 0822
Support for people with mental health problems living in Camden, including carers.
Tel: 020 7697 4753
Support for the diverse Irish communities living in London, including carers.
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Direct line: 0800 716 146
National Family Carers Network
Direct line: 07747 46072
Promotes the voice and rights of family carers supporting a person with a learning disability.
Tel: 0330 088 2225
Homeshare is a programme that matches people who want help or support around the house with people who need accommodation and are willing to help.
Out - of - hours medicines
If you run out of medicine outside of your GP practice's normal opening hours and need some urgently, there are a few ways to get an emergency supply.
National helpline: 0808 800 0303
Advice for people living with Parkinson's Disease and their carers.
Self management UK
Tel: 03333 445 840
For people living with long-term health conditions and their carers.
Tel: 07500 220 735
Work with family, friends and partners of those involved in substance misuse, whether or not they receive treatment.
Stop Smoking in Camden
Tel: 0800 022 4332 / 0300 123 1044
Talk to Frank
Tel: 0300 123 6600
The Silver Line - Telephone Friendship Service for Older People
Tel: 0800 470 8090
The Silver Line operates the only confidential, free helpline for older people across the UK that’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Transport for All
Tel: 020 7737 2339
Provide expert information and advice on all transport services and benefits.