Redhill Safe Haven

Crisis Service

Wingfield Resource Centre
St Annes Drive (off Noke Drive)

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Redhill Safe Haven crisis support service looks to address both your immediate crisis and longer term recovery goals. It provides safe, high quality support with an emphasis on understanding the factors which contributed to your crisis. The service equips you with strategies and tools to support your ongoing mental health recovery.

What we do

Richmond Fellowship works in partnership with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group. Our safe haven helps people with mental health problems to find their way out of crisis quickly, simply and without the need to go into hospital.

The safe haven is open 6pm-11pm Monday-Friday, as well as weekends and bank holidays. You can attend anywhere using our video call link to access the safe haven too.

We support people to develop emotional management and resilience, personal and life skills to achieve greater independence and self-esteem.

We provide a warm and welcoming environment in which to support you through a mental health crisis. As well as listening and supporting you, our team can also signpost to other services in the area that can be of support.

Who we help

Anybody experiencing a mental health crisis and in need of support.

Should you require support out of the cafe’s open hours, please click here.

Getting referred

Please contact the service for more details.

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