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Croydon Association for Pastoral Care in Mental Health (APCMH)

St. Mildred’s Community Centre, Bingham Road, Addiscombe, Surrey, CR0 7EB
Telephone: 020 8654 4010

Gamblers Anonymous

Gam-Anon Support Group, PO Box 88, London, SW10 0EU
Telephone: 020 7384 3040 (Gam-Anon London helpline 24hrs)
Opening times: Weekly meetings at various locations throughout the UK. Please phone/check websites for local details.
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26 Pampisford Road, Purley, Surrey, CR8 2NE
Telephone: 020 8668 2210
Opening times: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Jubilee House, 74 High Street, Madeley, Telford, Shropshire, TF7 5AH
Telephone: 0844 967 4848 (Helpline) 01952 680460 (Office Number)
Opening times: Confidential national helpline 10am - 10pm every day of the year. Office hours are 9.30am- 4.30pm Mon- Fri.
Suite 506-507 Davina House, 137-149 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7ET
Telephone: 0845 390 OCDA (6232) help and information line, 020 7253 5272 (Office number)
Opening times: Office hours, times for groups vary.
15th Floor, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP
Telephone: 0300 5000 927 (Advice Line and General Enquiries)
Opening times: Advice line is open Monday-Friday 10am-2pm (except Bank Holidays)
Website: www.rethink.org/

Rethink Carers' Support Project

Rethink Croydon Carers Support, Croydon Carer Support Centre, 24 George Street, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1PN
Telephone: 020 8649 6281
Area serviced: Croydon
Opening times: Mon-Fri 10am - 8pm
Website: www.rethink.org/
St Mark's Studios, 14 Chillingworth Road, Islington, London, N7 8QJ
Telephone: 0300 304 7000 (operational from 4.30pm to 10.30pm, daily)
Opening times: 4.30pm-10.30pm every day of the year
Website: www.sane.org.uk/
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OCD is a problem characterised by obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour. The behaviour can take various forms such as cleaning or checking rituals in which the person will repeatedly clean themselves or their house or check, for example, that doors are locked and/or electrical sockets are turned off. Dermatological problems are common in people who repeatedly wash their hands. People with OCD can be treated using cognitive behavioural treatment and/or antidepressants.

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