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Camden Keyworking

Camden Keyworking is a service designed to make life smoother for families who are juggling multiple appointments and accessing more than one service. Your keyworker is your single point of contact, supporting you to get the information and services you need.

Who is it for?

Families in Camden with children and young people who are disabled or have complex health needs.

When does it run?

9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday

How much does it cost?


How to access the service

Contact us using the form below. Professionals can refer directly to us or via Mosaic.

About this service

Our keyworkers are all about having a single, dependable point of contact. They act as a bridge, connecting families with various services and agencies, including health, education, social care, and the voluntary sector.

The Keyworker’s mission is simple yet powerful: to provide your family with the information, practical assistance, and emotional support you need when dealing with complex situations that require multi-agency intervention and intensive help.

Whether it’s arranging home visits, making phone calls, sending texts, or providing support via email, they tailor their approach to fit the unique needs of your family.

At Camden Keyworking, we provide families with a friendly face they can turn to, and ensure they receive the caring, streamlined support they need.

A parent says

“My Keyworker has totally turned our life around. Providing support for us on a number of issues. She has been a massive help at a time when I needed it most. I cannot thank her enough”

Contact this service

The best way to contact this service is to use the form below. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone or email.

Phone: 0207 431 8476

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