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CPF Counselling Croydon

Croydon Pastoral Foundation is a network centre of the Westminster Pastoral Foundation. 

CPF is a non profit-making charitable organisation. All counselling is carried out in our counselling rooms at our Kyle House centre, which is situated in the heart of Croydon. Clients self-refer and come to us from the borough of Croydon, although we also take clients from areas outside this.

Many G.P.s refer clients to us, particularly clients suffering from Depression or Anxiety, although we have counsellors trained to work with a variety of issues.

Address:
Kyle House , 4 Frith Road , Croydon , Surrey, CR0 1TA
Area serviced:
The Borough of Croydon and beyond
Contact name:
Gary Gilbert
Job title:
Director
Telephone:
020 8760 0665 (9am-3pm)
Opening times:
Mon to Fri 9am - 9pm and some Saturday mornings
Who is it for:
Adults over the age of 18 years
Languages:
No
Disabled access:
No
Childcare:
No
Charges:
Sliding scale according to income
How to apply:
Email, telephone or in writing
Buses:
Trams and buses stop at the Centrale shopping centre, 70 yards away
Train/tube:
Close to West Croydon: 10 minutes walk from East Croydon
Parking:
No but a car park is adjacent (Centrale) and pay and display outside.
Sector:
Voluntary

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