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St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre

The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre is a community centre offering health and wellbeing services to the St Pancras and Somers Town community, where local people help to co-design, deliver and use projects that tackle their own health, wellbeing, economic and social issues. The centre offers wide-ranging support and resources for local residents, around all aspects of health – from physical to mental health, ageing education to financial health education, professional training, counselling, career-advancing volunteering opportunities and more.

King's Cross - Brunswick Neighbourhood Association

Our aim is to improve the quality of life of local residents through the active involvement of people living in the King’s Cross and Brunswick area of Camden. We aim to do this without making any distinction on the grounds of sex, sexual orientation and race, or of political, religious or other opinions. We have a Youth Team, Community Programme and help young women - programmes are designed to support residents so that they become more independent and confident.

Studio Upstairs

Studio Upstairs provides a place for people to express their talents through the arts who, for reasons of mental health difficulties or emotional distress, choose not to participate in traditional arts institutions. Providing artistic resources and education within a therapeutic community setting, we challenge the stigma and prejudice projected onto those experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Kentish Town Health Centre

Various activites, art therapy, exibitions, creative projects, choir, fashion projects, dance group (Parkinsons). Community services, GPs on site, free space gallery, art therapy, well-being garden, dance for people with parkinson's, aromatherapy massage, cycle maintenance workshops, drawing for people with aphasia

United Response

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United Response provides a range of support services for adults and young people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health needs or physical disabilities. This includes person-centred support, help with job seeking, living independently, getting out and undertaking social activities, holidaying and keeping in touch with family. We help support someone to have a full life within the community.

Our Three Points

We are a diverse network of people aged 60+ in the Gospel Oak and Haverstock areas, working together to build connections between local people, places and nature. We work together to offer a range of activities promoting sociability, community involvement and a strong voice for people aged 60+. Activities take place at different locations across Camden. What are Our Three Points?
  • Our voices - raising the voices of people aged 60+ to ensure they have a say in issues that affect them.

ALAG - Asperger London Area Group

ALAG is a community organisation working in partnership with local authorities and the voluntary sector to highlight the needs of people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC). We provide valuable social support to high functioning but vulnerable adults on the autism spectrum across London. This includes providing information, advice and guidance to our members and supporting them to access services and engage in their community.

Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre

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Nafsiyat offers high quality community-based psychotherapy for people from different cultural backgrounds based in London. Therapeutic help is offered to individuals, families, children and adolescents experiencing psychiatric problems, emotional strain and sexual problems. It also offers training and development of intercultural therapy, working with a number of prestigious universities, colleges and training agencies in London. Read more about our services.