Mindful Service

Mindful

About us

We provide help and support when you begin to feel emotionally or mentally unwell, reducing the chance of problems becoming more serious

If you are aged 16 to 25 and going through emotional or mental health difficulties then we may be able to help. People often come to us because they are finding it hard to cope in areas of their lives such as relationships, education or employment.

We may be able to help you if you are in this age group and are:

  • Feeling worried, anxious or overwhelmed by problems
  • Finding it hard to concentrate
  • Becoming isolated
  • Experiencing changes to your appetite or sleep

How we can help you

Have your friends noticed a change in you? If you’re not currently seeing anybody about your difficulties but feel you would benefit from some support, consider contacting Mindful.

Our aim is to offer support to anyone who is not already receiving help from mental health services.

We offer a flexible and friendly approach and can help if:

  • You have drug or alcohol difficulties
  • You are homeless or at risk of homelessness
  • You are not in education or employment

For more information you can read our service leaflet here. An easy read version of the service leaflet is available by clicking here.

How to access the service

You can contact Mindful directly and receive support. We call this a self-referral.

Contact: Sharon Dean, Mindful Service Lead,

Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust,
1st Floor, The Base,
St Peters Hospital Site,
Guildford Road,
Chertsey,
Surrey KT16 0PZ

Tel: 07771 976770