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Welcome to Camden Care Choices

Camden Council’s website for adult care and support in Camden

Find out what support is available regarding the cost-of-living crisis

Refer yourself to a range of warmth, income, safety and health services (WISH)

The IT HUB at the Greenwood Centre is running every Monday until 12th June 2023. For more information contact

June 5-11 is Carers Week. Find out what support is available for carers in Camden

Cruse Bereavement Care are holding free online training to support people who are bereaved. More details can be found below.
  • Adult social care support

    How we can support you, who pays for your care, and different types of care settings

  • Bereavement and loss

    How to register a death, bereavement services to help with the grieving process, and support with funeral expenses

  • Care and support rights

    Your rights under the Care Act, accessing advocacy services and information we collect about you

  • Carers

    Who is a carer, support and advice for unpaid carers, carers assessments and short breaks

  • Coronavirus guidance

    What to do if you have Covid-19 symptoms or test positive for Covid-19

  • Cost of living crisis

    Information on where to get help during the cost of living crisis, including financial support and guidance in multiple languages

  • Direct payments

    Direct payments for adults and children. What a direct payment is, what it can be used for and how to receive it

  • Disability

    Support for people living with autism, a learning disability, sensory needs, physical disability, and preparing for adult life

  • Equipment and technology to support independence

    Assistive technology, wheelchairs and other equipment and minor adaptations, and the Disabled Facilities Grant

  • Having your say

    There are many ways you can have a say in local health and care services, such as through Healthwatch Camden, the Disability Oversight Panel, or contacting Camden Adult Social Care

  • Living with a long term condition

    Support for people living with mental health, dementia, drugs and alcohol, HIV and AIDS

  • Mental health

    Looking after your mental health, where to get support if you need it, and support for someone who is feeling suicidal

  • Money and benefits advice

    Agencies that can provide advice including employment, benefits, debt and advocacy support

  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

    Use of PPE for paid homecare workers and unpaid carers

  • Reporting abuse and staying safe

    What is abuse including domestic abuse and hate crime, scams and antisocial behaviour.  How to report abuse and stay safe.

  • Supported housing for social care needs

    Living in supported accommodation including sheltered and extra care housing

  • Wellbeing and staying well

    Practical support for staying well. 

  • Winter Wellness project

    Support for older Council tenants to maintain good health

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