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Stacey Street hosts their annual BBQ

Stacey Street hosted their annual BBQ for staff and service users on Saturday 25 July. The staff at the home were delighted to be joined by familiar faces as friends and family members of residents attended.

Open Day and Family Fun Day

A FREE family fun day, with Bouncy Castles, Face Painting, Free Music and much more. Plus find out what we do at C&I and how we care for the community. Sunday 13 September 2015.

The Way Ahead

The Art of War - Preview: Thursday 13/8/15 5.30pm to 8.30pm at St Pancras Hospital. Introduction and key note speeches by Leisha Fullick, Chair of Camden and Islington Foundation Trust, and by Professor Sir Simon Wessely Head of the Department of Psychological Medicine and Vice Dean for Academic Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry King’s College London.

Raglan House Anniversary Party

Celebrate Raglan House Centre, 40 years of supporting people with dementia in the community, 25 September 2015.

Caring for body and mind

Join us to hear from staff from C&I and UCLH on bridging the gap between mental and physical health.

Become a Governor - information session

If you are a service user or a member of staff who is interested in becoming a Governor, come along to our information session to find out more.

Council of Governors Elections 2015

C&I’s 2015 Council of Governor elections are now open. Understand more about the election process and the key dates for your diary.

Carers Health and Wellbeing Fair

This week, between 8- 14 June, it is Carers Week.

Across the UK today 6.5 million people are carers. That’s 1 in 8 adults and within our lifetime, there will be 9 million carers.

To help raise awareness of the services we provide to support carers our SAMH’s Dementia Navigator Service have a stand at the Carers Health and Wellbeing Fair for Camden and Islington.

Employment Support Day

Working can have a positive effect on your mental health wellbeing. With the right support in the right job, you can enjoy a fulfilling and lasting career.

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Swandown film screening

A rare screening of a remarkable and unique poetic documentary in which filmmaker Andrew Kotting with Iain Sinclair pedal from Hastings on a swan shaped pedalo , through rural waterways into London where they encounter the building of the Olympic Village and ruminate on the changing nature of London's urban landscape. 


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