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Citizens Advice Camden HIV Services

The Service provides advice to people living with HIV, their partners, families and carers who live in Camden.

They advise on a wide range of issues, including:

Debt
Welfare Benefits
Community Care
Employment
Housing

In addition to a phone line,  face-to-face advice sessions can be booked at:

The Royal Free Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital Paddington (Wednesday afternoons),
The Mortimer Market Centre (Monday mornings)
Regent's Park CAB (Tuesday mornings)

Appointments can be booked by phone

 

 

Address:
88-91 Troutbeck, London , NW1 4EJ
Telephone:
020 7380 8270 (Mon, Tues, Thurs, 2pm – 4 pm)
Who is it for:
People affected by HIV
How to apply:
self-referral
Sector:
Voluntary

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