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Key Changes

A fee may apply for this service
What do we offer? 

We provide music engagement and recovery services in hospitals and the community for young people and adults experiencing mental health problems. Activities including music production and sound recording, songwriting, composition, vocal technique and performance skills.

The service was developed in response to concerns from mental health professionals in London hospitals about a lack of services relevant to 'hard to reach' patients who may be unresponsive to conventional therapies, non-compliant with medication or experiencing difficulties engaging with other activities or services.

Within Camden, Key Changes has set up a choir that meets every Tuesday at St Pancras Hospital. Open to all, come and join service users, NHS staff, volunteers and others from the local community. Fun, relaxed and friendly, all levels are welcome and no previous experience is necessary. The choir sings folk, world, gospel, pop, reggae, classical and more! No audition required. 5.30-7.30pm, at The Well, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, NW1 0PE

For 16-25-year-olds, Key Changes runs a weekly music workshop at The Hive.

Who should use this service? 
Community programme is for musicians, singers, mcs, and producers who are using mental health services. Hospital in-reach service is for children, adolescents and adults receiving treatment on acute, intensive care, forensic and rehab psychiatric wards, in hospitals in London and accross the UK.
What is the referral process for this service? 

Request an email referral form from our website.

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