Our CRISIS Services and Havens

Richmond Fellowship provides a number of short-stay intervention services if you’re experiencing a mental health crisis.

Working in partnership with the NHS, our discreet places of sanctuary provide a calm space for you to get away from the negative influences in your life and better manage your mental health.

Our Crisis Houses and Havens are designed to be welcoming and comfortable and provide a space for people to reflect and develop coping mechanisms.

They use a holistic and person-centred approach. Staff aim to empower the people we support to find purpose, regain positive attitudes towards life that build on their strengths to improve life skills, independence, autonomy and hope for the future.

Our Crisis Recovery Workers use:      
  • Individualised support and safety plans agreed in partnership with you taking account of the skills, knowledge and experience that the person already has available to them.
  • Therapeutic interventions such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy and the development of a ‘toolbox’ of coping strategies to foster resilience when back at home.
  • Engagement, information and guidance for families and wider support networks to ensure they have the resources and knowledge to provide continued support once contact with the service ends.

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