Children, Young People & Family

Dr Oliver Anglin is pleased to announce that the Integrated Paediatric Service (IPS) will be rolled out across Camden following the success of the IPS pilot. Triage is gradually being switched on – your practice will be contacted when it is your turn. If you have any queries about this please email Oliver Anglin or Nnamdi Nwanze.

When considering the child, it is important to think of their health within the context of their family and their wider social circumstances. Over the last few years, we have been working with the local authority, schools, mental health, primary and secondary care and community health services and the voluntary sector to provide integrated services.

Advice and guidance is available and encouraged.


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Adolescent and Young Adult Service (AYAS)

For those between the ages of 14 and 25 who struggle with any emotional or relational aspect of being an adolescent or young adult

Adult Gender Identity Clinic

Offers counselling psychology, endocrinology, speech language therapy to adults and young adults from 17 years and 9 months and above

Affected Other's Support – CGL Some Space

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

Antenatal and Perinatal Wellbeing (Camden Blossoms)

Physical and mental health support for pregnant women and new parents

Benefits and Tax

Services for advice and support with benefits and taxes

Brandon Centre – Sexual Health

Advice and information for young people on relationships and safer sex, contraception, free condoms and STI screening

Brandon Centre – Young People and Families

Confidential help and advice for young people aged 12–25 and parenting support for their parents or carers

Breastfeeding Support

Support to mums before and after pregnancy


Brook sexual health clinic for young people

Camden Care Navigation and Social Prescribing

Helps patients with a range of complex social issues

Camden Council Family Information

Information, advice and assistance to parents of children and young people in need of social support

Camden Local Offer

Website with information on services for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND)

Camden Safety Net – Domestic Violence

Support, risk assessment and referrals for male and female survivors of domestic and sexual violence

Child Incontinence (Bladder and Bowel)

Bladder and bowel care services for children in the community

Child Weight Management

Nutrition and physical activity clubs for children and young people

Children and Families Team

Child safety and welfare contacts for safeguarding concerns

Children's Audiology and Vestibular Medicine – UCLH

Full diagnostic and support services in secondary care for children with balance and hearing issues

Children's Audiology and Vestibular Medicine – Whittington

Full diagnostic and support services in secondary care for children with balance and hearing issues

Children's Centres

Parenting, emotional and social support for families expecting a child or with children under 5

Children's Nursing (Community)

Supporting children in the community to facilitate early discharge from hospital and prevent hospital admissions for those with complex need

Children's Urgent ENT Clinic – St Mary's

Urgent children's ENT service at St Mary's Hospital

Children’s Community Atopy (Asthma & Eczema) Clinic

Nurse-led support for young people with asthma, multiple-trigger wheeze and eczema – secondary-care support in a primary-care setting

Children’s Continuing Care Team

Continuing care package for children who are dependent on technology to live, including those with special needs and disabilities

Citizens Advice Bureau

Advice for people who work, live or study in Camden, including advice on benefits, housing, employment, debt

Common Assessment Framework (CAF)

Electronic system for sharing relevant information for child and family support

Community Paediatrics

Paediatric service for children with developmental or behavioural concerns

Dietetics, Children

Community dietetic services for children, including complex feeding problems and dietary treatment

Drugs and Alcohol – Young People

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

Early Help: Children, Young People & Families

Social support to identify and respond to emerging problems for children, young people and families

Families in Focus

Early-help service for families with children aged 4–16 with complex needs; offers parenting programmes

Family check-in during COVID-19 closure

New Camden Council service to help families during COVID-19

Family Support – The Winch

Improving the lives of young people and families in Camden

FGM – Child Clinic

Specialist FGM clinic for girls 0-18 at UCLH

Fitzrovia Youth in Action

Peer education and peer-mentoring services for young people aged 14–19

Free Early Education and Childcare

Free childcare places for 2–4-year-olds for 15–30 hours per week

Grief Encounter

Information, guidance and support to bereaved children and their carers after a bereavement

Health and Wellbeing Team

Feeding and nutritional support, healthy eating and activities for babies, under-5s and older children

Health Visitors

Community-based service to support families with children under 5

Healthy Start Vitamins and Vitamin D

Vitamin tablets/drops for at-risk groups

Home-Start – Family Support

Trained volunteers offering free, weekly parenting and emotional support for those with under-5s

Homelessness: Young People

Support for young homeless people through New Horizon Youth Centre

iCope – Psychological Therapies

Free advice for adults with a wide range of mental and physical problems, including stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia

IESO – Talking Therapy

Online talking therapy service for those struggling with depression, anxiety and other emotional problems


Information and training

Infant Growth and Feeding Clinic

Under-5s, specialist clinic for infants and children up to the age of 2 with growth and feeding concerns

Integrated Children’s Service

Single point of referral to community services for cyp, including those with special needs and disabilities (e.g. Autism)

Integrated Paediatric Service (IPS)

Primary care pilot

Looked After Children Service – LAC

Health assessments and advice for children and young people

MOSAIC (Service for Disabled Children)

Integrated service for children and young people with disabilities

MOSAIC SCAS (Social Communication Assessment Service)

For children who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

NCL Suicide Prevention and Bereavement Service

Confidential support for 18 and overs experiencing suicidal feelings or affected in any way by suicide

NHS Complaints Advocacy

Free advice and independent of the NHS and confidential

North London Partners Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Service (SPMHS)

Specialist mental health services for pregnant and postnatal women

Open Minded (CAMHS)

For young people (under 18) and their families affected by behavioural disorders and emotional and mental health problems

Paediatric Allergy – Royal Free

Paediatric allergy service at Royal Free Hospital

Paediatric Allergy – UCLH

Paediatric Allergy service at UCLH

Paediatric Allergy – Whittington

Paediatric allergy service at Whittington Hospital

Paediatric Dermatology

Paediatric dermatology services at local hospitals

Paediatric ENT – Royal Free

Paediatric ENT services (including ENT surgery for under 3-s) at Royal Free Hospital

Paediatric Gender Identity Clinic

Specialist service for under 18s

Paediatric Infections and Tropical Diseases

Specialist, secondary-care clinic for children and young people with unusual, complicated or recurrent infections

Paediatric Occupational Therapy

For children with motor, sensory processing, visual perception or social interaction issues

Paediatric Physiotherapy

Specialist community clinic for a wide range of physiotherapy services for patients 0–17 years old

Paediatric – Royal Free

Paediatric services at Royal Free

Paediatric – UCLH

Paediatric services at UCLH

Paediatric – Whittington

Paediatric services at Whittington Hospital

Palliative Care (Children)

Paediatric community care and support for children up to 18 years old with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions

Parent and Carer Counselling Service (PCCS)

Free counselling service for parents and carers

Parent-Infant Project

Psychotherapy focusing on parent-infant relationships, including parenting support

Phlebotomy Child – Royal Free

Walk-in child phlebotomy clinic at Royal Free Hospital

Phlebotomy Child – UCLH

Child phlebotomy service at UCLH

Phlebotomy Child – Whittington

Child phlebotomy clinic at Whittington Hospital

Pulse @ the Hive​

Sexual health service for young people

Royal Free Eating Disorder Service

For young people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or atypical variations of these disorders

Royal Free Urgent Paediatric Referrals

For very urgent and urgent assessment of unwell children

School Nursing

Health assessments, immunisation and health-promotion activities in the community for children in mainstream and special schools

Self-harm Support

Self-harm peer support group for young women and female to male transgender young people

Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia

Speech and Language Therapy: Children

For speech and language delays and disorders

The Hive

Emotional health and wellbeing service, supporting young people 16-24 in Camden

The Lighthouse

Service for children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse

UCLH Paediatric Rapid Referral Clinic

Rapid referral clinic for children

West Euston Partnership – Job Co-op

Aims to improve the self-confidence and employability skills of all local people

Whittington '10–12' Urgent Paediatric Clinic

Consultant-led urgent referral clinic for acutely ill children

Women at the Centre (Building Better Opportunities)

Service for long-term unemployed and economically inactive, BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) women in Central London

Young Carers – Family Action

Support for under-18s who care for a family member with physical, mental or learning disability or has substance misuse problem