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Welfare Advice

Looking for information and advice can be a stressful experience. There may be times when you need help filling in a form, or someone to speak up for you as an advocate. This document Help in Camden with welfare advice lists local organisations who may be able to help.



Find out more

Mental Health & Debt - ‘Help, info, guidance and support for individuals and carers’, from Money Saving Expert, Martin Lewis’s guide for ‘everyone struggling with their finances and a mental health problem’

From Mind, the mental health charity: Money and Mental HealthContacting the DWPFrequently asked QuestionsBenefits TerminologyUseful Contacts

For carers: Carers UK has information about Help with Benefits and how to access the Carers UK Adviceline'; Carers Trust offers information about Money and Benefits

We all have times when life’s problems affect our mental health. Maybe you are feeling down and need a safe space to chat, or you would like to meet new people or try something different? This website lists over 100 groups in and around Camden, many offering free or low-cost activities. While some will help with a specific problem, others offer everyday activities to encourage us all to get out and about. Why not find what appeals to you. You can make a list of the groups that are of interest with ‘My Shortlist’.  
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