Social Care

Advice on work, training and benefits is available from Jobcentre Plus. Patients can also access support from Personal Advisers by appointment.

Use the local office search tool to find the nearest Jobcentre Plus.

Adult Social Care (ASC) Rapid Response service

A Social Worker is available via Rapid Response from 9am to 5pm on weekdays to support patients who would benefit from urgent social care assessment to avoid hospital admission.

For any queries, contact


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Benefits and Tax

Services for advice and support with benefits and taxes

Camden Hub 6-8 Session mental health support service

Leisure activities, psychological support and therapy for patients with mental health needs

Carers' Service

A range of services and support for carers who work, live or study in Camden

Citizens Advice Bureau

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

Duty Social Worker

For emergencies and out of hours

Helen Bamber Foundation

Care and support for those who have experienced human cruelty such as torture, human trafficking and other forms of ill treatment

Hospital Discharge Care Navigation and Social Prescribing Service

Support for patients discharged from hospital following a COVID-19 admission and who have no ongoing health needs

Interpreting Services

Face-to-face and telephone interpreting services and written translation service


The aim of Prevent is to divert people who may be susceptible to radicalisation

Rapid Response Admission Avoidance

Supporting patients managed in community but at risk of admission to hospital to remain in their home

Sign Language, Interpreting

Support services for deaf people

Social Services

For adults in need of social-care support

Wellbeing - WISH+

WISH+ (Warmth, Income, Safety and Health) proactively links Camden residents with a range of health and wellbeing services.

West Euston Partnership – Job Co-op

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

Women at the Centre (Building Better Opportunities)

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

General Services

Adult Safeguarding

Community Services





Last updated: Oct 14th, 2020
Review date: Mar 31st, 2021