The Integrated Camden Drug Service (ICADS) is available at a number of locations across the borough. The service includes:

ICADS offers the full range of evidence-based interventions for addiction. The intensity of treatment can be increased or reduced according to the need, and recovery support, such as peer-led groups, is also accessible.

Those with primarily alcohol misuse problems should be referred to the Integrated Camden Alcohol Service (ICAS).


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Affected Other's Support – CGL Some Space

Support for families/partners affected by someone else's drug and alcohol misuse


Alcohol-related services for Camden

Camden Community Drug Service

Open-access specialist drug service for patients over 18

Camden Recovery Service

Supporting Camden residents in recovery from drug misuse and/or living in Camden's hostel pathway

CHIP – Camden Health Improvement Practice

Medical services for homeless people and those with substance misuse and mental health issues

Dependency recovery – REST

Support for adults with insomnia/experiencing difficulties due to taking benzodiazepines, tranquilisers, sleeping pills or other 'Z' drugs

Drugs and Alcohol – Young People

Forward (FWD) specialist drug and alcohol service for young people, with incorporated secondary care CAMHS support

Focus – Camden Homeless Mental Health Team

Outreach service to street homeless people and homeless people in hostels

Fulfilling Lives: Complex Homeless Case Management

Intensive support for people who have chaotic engagement

Grip Club Drugs

Service for patients with 'club drug' issues

Minerva Project

Specialist support for women with a criminal history who are at risk of re-offending

Minority Services: Irish

Mental and physical health advice for Irish patients

Safer Streets Team

Street-based outreach service targeting those who engage in 'street activity'

Specialist Drug Service – North Camden

Support for misuse of opiates, stimulants and other illegal and prescribed drugs

Specialist Drug Service – South Camden

Support for misuse of opiates, stimulants and other illegal and prescribed drugs

Stop Smoking

Community support to help people stop smoking

The Benzodiazepine & Opiate Withdrawal Service (BOWS)

Specialist support to help patients reduce long-term use of benzodiazepines, sleeping tablets and opiates