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Camden 'Festive Season' Health & Social Care Services Information 2018

Camden Clinical Commissioning Group

Christmas and New Year GP & Pharmacy opening times

London Borough of Camden

Christmas and New Year opening hours

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

How to cope with difficult feelings over the holidays (short video)

Debt – don’t let it get you down 

Camden Safer Streets

Are you worried about someone sleeping rough in Camden?

NHS Keep warm, keep well

Cold weather can affect your health. Find out how to keep yourself well and your home warm during winter

Winter wise (Independent Age)

Ways to look after yourself during the coldest months

If you need to talk to someone on Christmas day there are free phone lines that you can call:

The Age UK Advice Line will be open as usual on Christmas Day. Find out what the day is like and how your support means we can be there for people over the festive period: 0800 055 6112

The Silver Line is the only national confidential and free helpline for older people open every day and night of the year. Phone number: 0800 4 70 80 90

The Samaritans open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Free telephone number 116 123

‘Switchboard’ is the LGBT+ helpline 0300 330 0630

‘Childline’ offers online, phone and text service for young people in need of someone to speak to every day. Free phone number: 0800 1111

Domestic violence: a crime for all seasons

Physical or psychological abuse can happen to anyone at any time but, as the Christmas season approaches, tensions may be running higher than usual in domestic, professional and public settings.

  • Women can call 0808 2000 247, the free 24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge

  • Men can call the Men's Advice Line free on 0808 801 0327 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm) or ManKind on 01823 334 244

  • in an emergency, call 999