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Feedback, Advice, and Complaints Service

To send us a compliment, ask for information, or to provide details of a complaint please contact Compliments, Advice, and Complaints on 020 3317 7102. 
You can also email us at: feedback@candi.nhs.uk.

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Carol Service at St Pancras Old Church

We've been sprinkling some holiday spirit into the season! Earlier this month we had a carol concert where we were joined by 80 staff, service users and people from the local community at St Pancras Old Church. Watch our video if you didn't have a chance to join us on the night.

Camden partners join forces to invest in mental health prevention

We're working with Camden Council and Camden Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) on a new prevention fund of £750,000 - equally funded by the three organisations - to ensure more people get more support to manage mental health problems early on.

About us

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) provides high quality, safe and innovative care to our patients in the community, in their homes or in hospital.

We provide services for adults of working age, adults with learning difficulties, and older people in the London area. We currently deliver the majority of our care to residents in the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington.  However, we also provide substance misuse services in Westminster, and a substance misuse and psychological therapies service to people living in Kingston.

‘Compassionate’ dementia care praised by minister

Dementia patients in Kentish Town met a Norman Lamb MP, Minister of State for Care and Support, on Thursday 4 December.

LVS reach final of Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards 2014

C&I's London Veterans Service, which provides help for veterans who are finding it difficult to cope with civilian life and have mental illnesses, was a finalist in the Mental Health category at the Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards 2014.

Church takes mental health seriously

Revd Patrick Morrow was liscensed as the chaplain of Highgate Mental Health Centre by by Peter, the Bishop of Edmonton on 26 November 2014.

Project to improve response to domestic and sexual abuse

Over 100 people attended C&I's latest project AR-DSA (Awareness & Response to Domestic & Sexual Abuse) on November 25 2014 which ensures staff know how to respond when incidents of domestic and sexual abuse are reported.

Find out how you can reduce your alcohol intake

Alcohol Awareness Week aims to raise awareness about alcohol consumption and the damage excess drink can cause. Find out about the daily guidelines for alcohol comsumption and how you can cut down the amount you drink.

Back from the brink: Fighting the drink

Six years ago Lucy was an alcoholic. With the help of our Substance Misuse Service (SMS) she's now a trained Art Psychotherapist and has managed to turn her life around. Here's her story.

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