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.
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Kove is an independent community group for older people in Kilburn and West Hampstead offering support and linking people within the community. We run local forums, bench to bench walks, a film club and other activities. All older people welcome.
We also campaign on local issues facing older people.
We are part of Ageing Better in Camden, a partnership of older people and Camden organisations, working together to tackle social isolation and loneliness among older people.
- Our voices - raising the voices of people aged 60+ to ensure they have a say in issues that affect them.
Mentoring service where the mentor uses their experience to help their mentee through their personal recovery. Mentors may also help service users to identify and reach short-term goals that may include accessing community services, filling in forms and paperwork, and finding out more about support available in Camden.
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 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.
Service update: To ensure the safety of our members, staff and volunteers, the Healthy Minds Community Programme has suspended all of its fact-to-face services for the time being, but we are far from inactive. Over the past three months, we have worked together with the Camden Resilience Network to develop the Healthy Minds: Digital Collective your one-stop-shop for the very best FREE online events, activities, courses, peer support groups and socials the borough has to offer.