Change, grow, live - formerly CRI

184 - Camden

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184 is a community drug  service offering structured interventions to adults living in Camden. We support people who want to make changes to their drug use, and for any kind of drug including cannabis, cocaine, ketamine, MDMA, heroin, crack, New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) like GHB, methadrone, and synthetic cannabinoids. We offer a wide range of support to service users that include Foundations of Recovery groups - a cutting edge treatment platform based on CBT, ACT and MI. We also offer acupuncture, drama groups, art therapy, counselling, and have evening and weekend services available to those who work.

What we do and how we do it

184 offers support to people over the age of 18 who live in the borough of Camden. We specialise in working with people who use drugs, and also have a dedicated alcohol service nearby. In addition, we have a families and friends service called Some Space who offers support to people living with or supporting loved ones who use drugs or alcohol. 

When you first come to 184, you will meet one of our friendly practitioners who will get to know you, tell you more about what we do, and take you through our assessment process. You’ll leave feeling relieved that you’ve made your first step towards a happier and healthier life, with an appointment for a next session to set some goals. You can then attend one of our introduction sessions to find out about Foundations of Recovery and how you can join, and will have access to all our other services on offer.

We offer:

  • Group work programmes
  • Counselling and art therapy
  • Peer support groups
  • 1-1 sessions
  • Recovery Cafe
  • Needle exchange service
  • Open access for drop in support
  • Advice and information
  • Legal advice
  • Weekend social clubs
  • Various interest activities like drama, music and art groups.

Make an appointment

We accept self referrals and you can call or drop in during our open access hours to make an initial appointment. We will strive to see you either on the day or within a week of contacting us.

Make a referral

We accept self referrals and you can call or drop in during our open access hours to make an initial appointment. We will strive to see you either on the day or within a week of contacting us.

Can’t attend your appointment?

To rearrange your appointment, please call us on 020 7485 2722 or email your support worker.

Located on the corner of Royal College Street and Camden Road, just next to Camden Overground Station and a 5 minute walk from Camden Town Station (northern line). We have a blue door and are opposite the Pie & Mash shop. Buss routes that stop nearby are 168, 29, 253, 254

We advise public transport, but if you drive, there are a very limited amount of metered street parking available.

184 Royal College Street
London
NW1 9NN
United Kingdom
020 7485 4026

Open access hours:

Mondays: 9:30 – 5pm and 6-9pm

Tues, Weds and Fridays: 9:30 – 5:30pm

Thursdays: 9:30 – 3pm and 6-9pm

Recovery Café every weekday 12 – 3pm

SMART groups on Tuesdays 11am-12pm

Auricular acupuncture drop in’s on Mondays and Wednesdays 2pm.

Foundations of Recovery introductions every other Wednesday 3-4pm.

A warm Welcome from our Service Manager

Hello, and welcome to 184. We’re a friendly team of experts who are dedicated to supporting anyone worried about their own or someone else’s relationship with drugs. We’re a welcoming service and we’ll always aim to be as supportive as possible. We’re here to help, and our dedicated team will work with you to create a personalised plan to support you to tackle your problems. At 184 you can become part of our recovery community by joining one of our Foundations of Recovery groups, and once you are accessing our service you can pop in for a coffee or lunch at our Recovery Café where you can meet other people and get support from passionate peer mentors. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch to speak to a member of the team about how we can help.
Amy Sinadinos

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