We are able to supply emergency food and hygiene parcels, wellbeing support and help. 

We are able to supply emergency food and hygiene parcels, wellbeing support and help with applying for further assistance for black residents.

Advice and advocacy on benefits, housing, employment and counselling. 

Telephone and walk and talk support sessions for isolated residents

Call and leave a message, we will call back.  Focused on serving the Black communities in Islington

The African Caribbean Cultural Food Co Operative takes place in the car park area of Caxton House Community Centre every two weeks, next on on 05.06.21 

Education, employment and training                                              

  • Local Job Centre Referrals                                                                                 
  • Career coaching                                                                          
  • Peer mentor support                                                                    
  • Job search support
  • Help creating a CV                                                                                              
  • Interview practice
  • Work experience
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Local job opportunities


We use online training and resources to continue to provide the necessary training opportunities and potential permanent employment in our community.

  • IT Training
  • IT Facilities
  • One to One Support
  • Beginners IT Class
  • Accredited Courses

Housing support, assistance and advice

  • Advice on finding accommodation
  • Advice on housing issues including housing benefit
  • Attendance at housing interviews
  • Referrals to housing solicitors
  • Drop in surgery
  • "Hand Holding" service

Community Development

We offer a range of services and support. We have a passion to see people excel and fulfil their potential so we deliver projects that aim to support them in building a positive future for them. These include sessions such as life skills, confidence, self-esteem, social development and communication, projects aimed at young people who are either offending or considered to be at risk of offending involve group work, police station visits, residential excursions and a peer mentoring scheme for those requiring extended support.

Choices specialise in four areas of work; education employment and training, housing support, assistance and advice and community development.

Who to contact

020 7281 6428 020 7281 6428


Name of venue
Caxton House Community Centre
129, St John's Way
N19 3RQ

Time / date details

Opening times/date
Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm
Session Information
Other details: You can drop in any Wednesday between 10am and 3pm but Please call 020 7281 6428 to book an appointment at any other time.

Other Details

Cost Details
Free Service
Can I refer myself?
Referral not required
Referral Details

Accept self-referrals

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