Our community teams are dedicated to helping people with severe or enduring mental ill-health back on the road to recovery.
Our teams of health and social care professionals include people from different disciplines including doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers and therapists - including arts therapists, physios and psychotherapists.
We also work with a host of different community organisations both in the statutory, independent and voluntary sector to provide you with a comprehensive package of treatment and support. We are open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm. If you would like to be referred to this service, please contact your GP who will assess your suitability and refer you to us if it is appropriate.
If you are already using this service, please see below for your local team's contact details
We specialise in helping people who have a diagnosis of bi-polar disorder or schizophrenia, either alone or with a combination of different disorders, to engage with professional mental health services.
The team includes consultant psychiatrists, psychologists, social inclusion workers, social workers and occupational therapists.
These professionals work together to offer people who have a history of not engaging with services, or refusing treatment, more intensive support to help them on the road to recovery.
This includes more one-to-one contact with their care co-ordinator than someone being seen by a Community Mental Health Recovery Service; plus a bespoke care package and extra help to live within the community such as support for GP visits, help with keeping to medication.
We also run support groups to help people manage their condition, stay physically active and pursue creative or vocational interests.
Our mental health specialists working in Surrey's five general hospitals to provide additional support to people experiencing mental illness when being treated in hospital for another condition.
These services provide day therapy services to promote recovery from mental ill-health and ongoing mental wellbeing afterwards. They work with partners in other public, private and voluntary sectors to provide an extensive package of support.
Our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service provides help and support to anyone aged 18 or over who is registered with a GP in Surrey and experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties.