Camden Community Drug Service

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Community drug treatment service offering structured interventions that support changes in drug use.

  • one-to-one key work
  • substitute opiate prescribing (non-complex)
  • support and counselling
  • stimulant group
  • peer recovery group
  • complementary therapies
  • legal and benefit advice
  • recovery cafe
  • needle exchange
  • GP shared-care support
  • BBV testing (Hep C, Hep B, HIV)
  • access to hepatology (if required)
  • Hep B Vaccination
  • naloxone
  • social activities

Eligibility criteria


  • Over 18
  • Living in Camden
  • Registered with Camden GP
  • Need support to address their drug use (including opiates, cannabis, cocaine, ketamine, MDMA, heroin, crack, novel psychoactive substances, mephedrone, synthetic cannabinoids)

How to refer

The following clinicians can refer to this service: GPs

Editable PDF / Word document Download Form

Referral methods: Email

Please complete referral form and send by email.


Self-referral Download Form

Due to Covid-19 the service would like to be contacted first by telephone if possible.

184 Royal College Street site: patients should attend the centre during drop-in times (see Downloads for drop-in times). 

210 Kilburn High Road site: no specific drop-in times. Patients should telephone before attending. If this is not possible, patients can drop-in and will be booked for an assessment at a later time.

Patients can self-refer for both sites by completing referral form and sending by email. 

t: 020 7485 2722 / 020 7328 3470