We aim to help you manage your money and deal with your debts. We work to prevent financial problems.
We currently run the following Money Advice Services
We provide Camden Futures services in partnership with Elfrida Rathbone Camden to support Camden families with help around parenting and child behavioural issues, benefits and debts.
What we do
Camden Futures has a team of workers who work together to support local families.
Family Workers – Giving support and advice around parenting, Family Dynamics, and Child behavioural issues. Helping parents and children access support in the community. We can meet families at home, in schools or in other community locations.
Financial Inclusion Worker – Offering support and advice with debt and money management, welfare benefits and other practical issues.
Who we can help
The service is for families living in Camden:
- With complex and multiple needs.
- With children between 0-18 years old.
- With no other key worker involved with the family.
If this sounds like you please click here to read more information
Who we can help
- Live in Gospel Oak or Regent’s Park wards
- And have debt/ financial problems or need advice on paying water and other bills.
If you would like our help see our contact details below.
If you are an agency and have clients who could benefit from this service, please contact us to discuss a referral.
If this sounds like you please click here for our pdf leaflet with more information
Telephone: 020 7554 3581
Please note this number is not for general advice enquiries for which you should ring our Adviceline on 0300 330 1157
Citizens Advice Camden at The Hive
What we do
We run weekly Citizens Advice Camden Information and Advice at The Hive for young people to access advice and information services. We also provide information workshops.
Who can we help
Young people age 16 – 24 living in Camden.
If this sounds like you click here for more information
What is The Hive?
The Hive is a safe and welcoming place for young people ages 16 to 24 to relax, meet new people, take part in events and activities and get information about local services. The Hive is staffed by a team of Young People’s Workers that young people can drop in to see and get help from with their education, employment, housing, sexual health, substance misuse, personal development and health and well-being. The Young People’s Workers also run daily sessions around a key issue or theme to support young people in developing their ability to manage their own emotional and mental well-being. The Hive also has organisations from the community come in to run sessions including Pulse, FWD, Citizens Advice Camden, YogawithCat and Sole2Soul who deliver Boxing and Pilates.
For more information about The Hive click here
We also provide Money Skills sessions that involve informal group discussion and advice on budgeting, spending and saving. Please contact us for more information on these.