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A-Z of Organisations



Accessible Transport (For people permanently unable to use public transport - includes Taxicard, Blue Badge and Freedom Pass)


Adelaide Medical Centre (GP Surgery based in Chalk Farm)


Admiral Nursing  (Information and support by phone for professionals and family carers of people with dementia.)


Age UK Camden (Advocacy, advice, befriending, resource centre)


Alzheimer's Society in Camden (Benefits Helpline)

Benefits Guide  (A free resource to use that provides comprehensive information on all available UK Welfare benefits as well as guidance on benefit applications, appeals, emergency assistance and legal help)


Bi-Polar UK (Support and information for people with a bi-polar diagnosis and their family and friends)


Bluebird care (providers of home care and respite services to carers)


Camden Careline (Community alarm service for older, disabled and frail people)


Camden Community Connectors (Tackling social isolation and loneliness among older people)


Camden Disability Action (Camden Disability Action is a user-led organisation which aims to promote the equality of deaf and disabled people living or working in Camden)


Camden's Information and Access Team (for Adult Social Care services)


Camden Integrated Primary Care Service


Camden Musculoskeletal


Camden Psychological Therapies Service


Carers' Rights  (The NHS Choices website also has a guide to carers' rights)


Children Services Camden (Information of childcare and service for 0-19 years  (25 for young people with special educational needs and disabilities)


Citizens Advice Bureaux - Camden (Independent financial and legal advice)


Contact-A-Family (National helpline for parents of disabled children)


Deaf-blind UK (Supporting people who are both deaf and blind. Click here to view poster 1, poster 2)


Independent Age (National helpline for older people and their carers)



Kids (Information and homebase breaks for families of disabled children) 


KOVE  (A community action group of older people based in the Kilburn, West Hampstead,

Finchley Road and Swiss Cottage areas of Camden, in north west London)


Mental Health Camden (Mental health and Wellbeing services in Camden)


Mind in Camden (Support for people with mental health problems living in Camden, including carers)


Mind Yourself (Support for the diverse Irish communities living in London, including carers)


Marie Curie Cancer Care


National Family Carers Network (Promotes the voice and rights of family carers supporting a person with a learning disability)


North London Cares (A community network of Young professionals and older neighbours supporting each other within London)


Novus Homeshare  (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)


Parkinson's UK (Advice for people living with Parkinson's Disease and their carers)


Self management UK (For people living with long-term health conditions and their carers)


Some Space (Work with family, friends and partners of those involved in substance misuse, whether or not they receive treatment)


Stop Smoking in Camden 


Talk to Frank (Drug Treatment)

Alternatively, you can find further information regarding drug treatment services in Camden by clicking here or visiting 


The Irish Centre - To provide outstanding Care, Culture and Community to the Irish in London


The Silver Line - Telephone friendship service for older people (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 (Provide expert information and advice on all transport services and benefits)

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