Growing Hope King's Cross

Growing Hope King's Cross

Growing Hope is a charity providing free therapy for children and young people with additional needs living in Camden and Islington in partnership with King's Cross Church.

We aim to grow hope for children through the provision of free therapy services. Hope for families through groups for parents and siblings. Hope in Jesus through offers of prayer or support to attend church if families would like to. Our services are open to all individuals regardless of their faith and background. 

We provide occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, music therapy and children's counselling free of charge. Often children will recieve an assessment and then a six week block of intervention. Referrals can be made via our website: Parents can sign up to hear about our groups via our monthly newsletter: 

FREE 5 week series of baby massage classes for parents/carers and their 0-1yr olds starting 25 March 2021. This will run via zoom. Book by contacting

Who to contact

Contact Name
Naomi Graham
Contact Position
Lead Therapist and Clinic Manager
07496 528506 07496 528506
Growing Hope
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Action for Children
3, Cubbitt Street

Our clinic services are run from the Action for Children centre. All therapy appointments occur in clinic. Sometimes our groups run from other locations across the borough.

Time / date details

Opening times/date
Open Tuesday - Friday 9am - 6pm
Session Information
Clinic sessions are provided on an appointment only basis.

Other Details

Cost Details
All Growing Hope services are free of charge. We are a charitable organisation and therefore raise our funds through donations, grants and fundraising events.
Who is this service for?
0-18 year olds with additional needs and their families
Can I refer myself?
Referral not required
Referral Details

Growing Hope King's Cross is open to 0-18 year olds with additional needs and their families who live in Camden and Islington. We see additional needs as wide ranging, they include physical needs, learning needs, mental health needs and undiagnosed needs - anything which is impacting upon your child's ability to participate in activity. Referrals can be made by parents, carers and professionals via our website. 

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