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Proposal for a New Service for Getting Support in a Crisis - Camden would like to hear your views

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many events listed on this website are likely to be cancelled. Please contact specific event organisers for up to date information on whether or not the event will go ahead.

Camden is exploring the idea of a new service where people in a mental health crisis can receive support in the evenings and at weekends. They would like to hear your views.

On 12th March at Queens Crescent Community Centre, there will be an opportunity to hear about their ideas and some of the challenges and share your own ideas on what the service might offer. Their ideas are proposals at this stage and subject to reviews.  The event is for anyone who has an interest in mental health who lives in Camden; whether you are currently use, or have used, mental health services or are a carer for someone with a mental health problem.

Places are limited and registration before the event is necessary. To reserve a place, please complete the following form and for more information, call 020 7974 2868

Queens Crescent Community Centre: 45 Ashdown Crescent, London NW5 4QE
Nearest Tube:  Chalk Farm, Belsize Park or Kentish Town (13-15 minute walk)
Nearest Overground:  Camden Road (8 minute walk), Kentish Town (15 minute walk)
Bus route:  24 and 46


Queens Crescent Community Centre
45 Ashdown Crescent
NW5 4QE London