Camden Routes off the Street (Camden RTS)

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Camden Routes off the Street (Camden RTS) provides a street-based outreach service targeting those who engage in ‘street activity’ e.g. rough sleeping, street drinking, begging, sex working and street-based drug use, in order to stop the activity from continuing. RTS support people by:

  • moving rough sleepers into accommodation
  • returning home in planned and supported way
  • supporting drug and alcohol users to access treatment
  • supporting people with physical and mental health problems to access medical help
  • stopping anti-social behaviour on streets
  • supporting people to exit street-based prostitution
  • working with hostels and housing units to support their clients to maintain accommodation and avoid eviction

They also operate a building-based service (The Hub) located in Camden Town where people can access a variety of support services provided by CGL and partnership agencies (see below for location).


Eligibility criteria


  • people who have been seen street-active (rough sleeping, drinking, begging, sex-working and street-based drug using) in the borough of Camden

How to refer

The following clinicians can refer to this service: GPs


Referral methods: Email

To make a referral contact the duty worker by telephone or referral letter sent by email:

t: 020 7833 7970/0808 800 0005


To report concerns about someone sleeping rough or street activity:



For self-referral contact the duty worker by telephone or email.

t: 020 7833 7970/0808 800 0005