Women's Support

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Abortion and Unplanned Pregnancy

BPAS, Marie Stopes and NUPAS abortion services

Antenatal and Perinatal Wellbeing (Camden Blossoms)

Antenatal – Royal Free

Antenatal Service at Royal Free Hospital

Antenatal – St Mary's

Antenatal service at St Mary's Hospital

Antenatal – UCLH

Antenatal service at UCLH

Antenatal – Whittington

Antenatal service at Whittington Hospital

Association for Postnatal Illness (APNI)

Helpline support for those suffering from postnatal illness

Breastfeeding Support

Support to mums before and after pregnancy

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

Carers' Service

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

Children's Centres

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

Choices Islington

Advisory sessions on unplanned pregnancy and counselling for those struggling to cope with a voluntary/involuntary pregnancy termination.

Citizens Advice Bureau

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

Early Help: Children, Young People & Families

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

Early Pregnancy Assessment and Gynaecology Unit (EPAGU)

Specialist unit for women who need emergency care for gynaecological problems and problems in early pregnancy

Emergency Pregnancy Clinic

Emergency clinic for women with pain or/and bleeding in early pregnancy or pregnant women with high risk of an ectopic pregnancy

Families in Focus

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

Family Support – The Winch

Improving the lives of young people and families in Camden

FGM – Adult Clinic

FGM clinic for women at UCLH

Health and Wellbeing Team

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

Home-Start – Family Support

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

Hopscotch Asian Women's Centre

Support services for Asian women

Minerva Project

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

Multilingual Mental Health Service: Nafsiyat

Culturally sensitive therapies, including language support

National Domestic Violence Helpline

Helpline for domestic violence issues

North London Partners Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Service (SPMHS)

Specialist mental health services for pregnant and postnatal women

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

Recovery College

Social Services

For adults in need of social-care support

St Mary's Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic

For recurrent miscarriages and early pregnancy concerns

St Pancras Refugee Support (SPaRC)

Community service providing low-level support for refugees and asylum-seekers

The Havens – Sexual Assault Referral Centre

For patients who have been raped or sexually assaulted in the past 12 months

Wellbeing - WISH+

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

Whittington Women's Diagnostic Unit

For women with problems during early pregnancy

Women and Health

Affordable treatments for local women, including psychological support

Women at the Centre (Building Better Opportunities)

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

Women's Health Psychological Services (WHPS)

Short-term therapeutic help for parents with psychological issues around pregnancy and childbirth


Dr Elizabeth Bradley, clinical lead for Women's Support

Clinical Lead

Dr Elizabeth Bradley


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Last updated: Nov 18th, 2019
Review date: Dec 20th, 2019