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.
Recovery is personal, it will mean something different to every individual.
For one person, recovery might mean they are able to gain a sense of control over their illness and maintain ‘wellness’. To someone else it could mean they are able to live independently, have a relationship or engage in enjoyable activities.
Regardless of its meaning, every person can achieve some level of recovery in their lives.
Recovery is difficult and can involve lots of hiccups; it’s not a straight upward line. However, it is possible to be gripped by the worst your mental health condition(s) can throw at you while still moving along the recovery journey. Learning from each of these experiences and applying the lessons to further encounters can help.