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Citizens Advice Camden

Camden Citizens Advice Bureaux Service (Camden CAB) is a charity that provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. Their advice covers a wide range of topics.

The service consists of:

  • 2 Citizens Advice Bureaux: in Kentish Town and Albany*
  • The HIV Advice Service: based at Troutbeck site*
  • The London Disability Debt Advice Project: based at Albany*
  • A number of smaller Projects: including GP Advice Surgeries & Community Outreach Projects.
  • Volunteer Development

*Some of these services have separate entries in this directory

The Head Office is at Troutbeck site.


Walk in Service:

Monday 10am to 1pm

  • 2 Prince of Wales Road Kentish Town NW5 3LQ

Tuesday 1pm to 6pm

  • 141 Robert Street, Regent's Park NW1 3QT

Wednesday 10am to 2pm

  • 141a Roberts Street, Regents Park NW1 3QT

Thursday 10am to 12 noon

  • 141a Roberts Street, Regents Park NW1 3QT

Friday 10am to 1pm

  • 2 Prince of Wales Road, Kentish Town, NW5 3KQ
88-91 Troutbeck, London , NW1 4EJ
Umbrella org:
Citizens Advice Bureau
0300 330 1157 Advice Line Mon tp Fri 10am to 4 PM
Opening times:
Mon-Fri 10am-4 pm (between two sites)
Who is it for:
People living, working and studying in Camden

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