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Welcome to the news page where we share with you our latest service developments, events and stories. If you would like to get in touch with the press office please contact Stephanie Forster, Director of Marketing & Communications, on 01372 216 010 or email stephanie.forster@sabp.nhs.uk. You can contact the on-call press officer outside of office hours by contacting the Trust switchboard on 0300 55 55 222.

HSE Sentencing

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HSE Sentencing

Our statement in relation to the HSE Sentencing that took place on Thursday 22 June

Events are taking place across Surrey for this year's Carers Week

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Events are taking place across Surrey for this year's Carers Week

Click here to view information, support and events in Surrey for people who care for someone with a mental health problem.

All welcome to Support for Carers event

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All welcome to Support for Carers event

You are invited to our free event, 'Support for Carers' on Thursday 15th June in Godalming. The event will provide information about the support available to carers.

Another successful year for Get Moving!

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Another successful year for Get Moving!

Read about this year's Get Moving Walk 4 Life, which took place on Saturday 20th May at Painshill Park

The Haven opens its doors to young people in Surrey

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The Haven opens its doors to young people in Surrey

A brand new service that offers young people a place to go to to talk about things they are struggling to deal with has opened in Guildford

Dementia Awareness Week 14 - 20 May

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Dementia Awareness Week 14 - 20 May

Come and speak to professionals during Dementia Awareness Week about our ground-breaking TIHM for dementia study.

Less than 150 days until our Trust goes smokefree!

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Less than 150 days until our Trust goes smokefree!

Find out how our plans to provide healthier, smokefree services are progressing

Mental Health Awareness Week 8-14 May 2017

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Mental Health Awareness Week 8-14 May 2017

Are you surviving or thriving? Surrey and NE Hants residents advised not to ignore ‘common’ mental health problems