Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
All the information you need about working for us, recruitment, job opportunities and careers within mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services in Surrey and Hampshire.
Our research and development aims are to embed a vibrant research culture within our Trust, increase the opportunities for people to participate in research and ensure that our research benefits people who use services, carers, families and our communities.
Wingfield Resource Centre,
St. Annes Dr,
Surrey RH1 1AU,
Telephone: This is a drop-in service, no phone number is available
Open for people experiencing a mental health crisis:
6pm-11pm, 365 days a year
To speak to someone who knows what you're going through, drop-in for peer or wellbeing support:
Between 6pm and 8pm, daily.
We are also available to offer crisis support virtually using the link: https://nhs.vc/sabp/safe-haven-redhill This virtual service is available from 6pm to 11pm.
Safe Haven Manager: Geoffrey Dimba
Interim Associate Director, Crisis Care Services: Richard Ilsley
Locality Manager, Richmond Fellowship: Olive Aherne
An evening and weekend services for people experiencing mental ill-health and their carers.
We provide this service in partnership with:
Safe Haven services are available in five town centre locations across Surrey and north east Hampshire and open to residents of any district or borough within this area. e.g if you live in Epsom you could drop in to the Guildford Safe Haven.
Visit our Safe Haven web page for details of other locations.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emotional distress you can contact our Mental Health Crisis Helpline on 0800 915 4644. We are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for mental health advice and support. More information at www.sabp.nhs.uk/help
People with speech or hearing difficulties can access the mental health crisis line by:
Self-referral, everyone welcome
Anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or their carers can attend
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NB: Map points may not be 100% accurate and are for general reference only. Please contact the service directly if you require directions.