Citizens Advice Camden

Citizens Advice Camden

Charity information

Citizens Advice Camden

We provide free, confidential and impartial advice and support to people on their rights and responsibilities, principally in the areas of welfare benefits, debt, and housing.

People can access our advice services across the borough, through our gateway services, at various Camden GP surgeries and health centres, Royal Free Hospital Renal and Oncology services, Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and The Hive youth hub, or by using our telephone Adviceline.

Founded 1942

  • Mission statement

    Citizens Advice Camden is a local independent charity that provides free information, advocacy and casework support for those who live, work and study in the London Borough of Camden. We also collect evidence to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.

    We aim to provide a high quality service for as many clients as possible. We recognise that we are unable to meet all the demand for our services and, in line with our values, aim to focus our face to face services on those most in need, and encourage those who are able to use telephone and self-help resources.

  • Aims

    Citizens Advice Camden aims to:

    • To provide a high quality service for as many clients as possible.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1942

    Registered Charity Number: 291955

    Board members: 6

    Full time staff: 9

    Part time staff: 22

    Volunteers: 120

    Phone number: 020 7383 9105

    Address: 88-91 Troutbeck, Albany Street NW1 4EJ

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