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Camden Carers Service

Currently open
Currently closed. Next open:
Fri:
9:00-17:00

Please note this service is closed for two weeks from Monday 16th March.

Camden Carers Service offers advice, support and activities for family and upaid carers across the borough.

Services include advice, advocacy, training, an older carers project, a younger adult carers project (18-25), counselling, health checks and workshops, social outings and groups. 

Eaves' Poppy Project, for women experiencing violence, exploitation or trafficking

Support for women experiencing violence, exploitation or trafficking.

An acute service is available which offers support to women with safe house accommodation. This service prioritises those who are unable to access support from any other service.

Other services include a young women's service (for females aged 14-24), outreach supporting those over the age of 25, family advocacy and more.

Hopscotch Women's Centre

Hopscotch AWC provides support services for Asian women and other minority women and their families on a wide range of issues including domestic violence, training, employment, housing and welfare benefits. Advisors speak Bengali, Sylheti, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic and French. Our services include:

Scotscare, the charity for Scots in London

Currently open
Currently closed. Next open:
Fri:
9:00-16:00

We offer help with job seeking, housing, health, drugs and alcohol, counselling, debt and advocacy advice and services, and social events. Our team will spend time listening to you, considering what sort of support you need and how we may be able to help.  Here are some videos that show some of our work. And here are some stories from people Scotscare has helped.

Galop LGBT+ Sexual Violence Support Service

Currently open
Currently closed. Next open:
Fri:
10:00-16:00
Our Sexual Violence Support Service is personal, friendly and actively inclusive of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, trans, intersex, asexual, non-binary and genderqueer identified people aged 13+.
 
Talking about sexual assault can be tough, without worrying that your identity, relationship or what happened to you might be questioned or misunderstood. At Galop we recognise sexual, gender and relationship diversity and provide a welcoming and safe space to talk for all LGBT+ people.
 

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