6th December 2018

Camden Futures’ current funding is coming to an end on 31st January 2019. We are confident that our family support service will continue beyond this date and will keep updating this page as more information becomes available. For the time being, we are unable to take any more referrals and we are working towards closing our current caseload. Should you have any queries, please do get in touch on or on 02074241601.


4th December 2018

Brian and Shafi in the multi-award winning communication charity Exposure’s magazine! 😎 Brilliant photo and poem! 🙌 Check it out here:

The truth behind the mask

She feels like she has to put a smile on
For her friends and family and followers
She only puts it on to hide her true feelings
She spends most of her time on her phone and tablet
They give her all that she needs
Instagram and Snapchat make her feel good when others ‘like’ her photos
YouTube distracts her with its music and entertainment
WhatsApp helps her keep in touch, with what’s going on at school
Google gives her info, useful facts on anything and everything
Candy Crush and other games give her something else to do
Over and over and over again
She has no real time for family and friends
They invite her to go out but she says ‘no’
She’s scared of crime; she’s scared of the crowds
And her mum and dad are scared too
Even when she does go out, she’s still on her phone
She knows she has to change
She knows she’s bored
She knows she’s lonely
She knows she needs more time with her family.

Brian Adams




Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 30th March 2017, 2.00 – 4.30pm at Camden Family and Youth Resource Centre, 7 Dowdney Close, Kentish Town, NW5 2BP.

Check out our invitation here: AGM Invitation 2017 and let us know that you can make it!

Camden Futures in Images: In a recent team meeting, Camden Futures Workers got creative and drew images of how they felt the service operated in the community. Check out their lovely art work here!

Check out our three new training courses delivered by YPFI  – a passionate group of young disabled people informing organisations and individuals about disability awareness, advocacy and access.

Check out the independent report on Camden Futures service completed by Ecorys with plenty of interesting details and achievements!

Meet our Skill Up For Volunteering volunteers and see what they have been up to in and around Camden.

YPFI member Chris has written for Exposure youth magazine about joining the March Against Austerity on 21st June 2014 with fellow YPFI members.

Young People Take the Initiative: how YPFI members are streamlining projects (view article here).

ERC’s Work with Young Carers (view article here).

Please see the latest edition of ERC’s quarterly newsletter here

And recently we were pleased that the The KentishTowner website published an article about the work of students on the Leighton Education project.

Our ex-student Chris has also shared an article that he wrote for Exposure youth magazine about what being on our Leighton Education Project meant to him.

This year our students also carried out some work with St. Luke’s Church, Kentish Town