We work with a large number of partner organisations and agencies throughout Surrey and beyond, to provide the best possible service for the people we work with. Individuals are often referred to us by partner agencies and we in turn often are able to signpost people to services and activities offered by others.
We are very grateful for the support our partners give to Catalyst. Our mental health and wellbeing Community Connections partners are:
Guildford Action is an independent registered charity, which has been working within the local community for over 30 years helping homeless individuals as well as isolated families. Their mission is to ‘Enhance the lives of all those we come into contact with’.
Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.
VASWS provide direct support services and specialist advice to the voluntary, community and faith sector in South West Surrey, helping them to carry out their valuable work.
The Canterbury Drop in Day Centre runs a service for adults who are suffering, or havesuffered with mental illness who live in the SW Surrey area (Guildford, Farnham, Haslemere and villages in between)
Telephone: 01483 577020
Mary Frances Trust
For over 20 years Mary Frances Trust has worked with people who are experiencing any kind of emotional or mental distress to help them get on with their lives again.They can provide support for stress and well-being, anxiety, depression, bi-polar, hoarding and any other issues you may be experiencing.
They are based in Leatherhead but also provide services across Epsom and Ewell, Mole Valley, Banstead, Elmbridge and Spelthorne from a variety of venues.
Voluntary Support North Surrey improves the lives of the people in the Boroughs of Surrey Heath, Spelthorne and Runnymede by:
• promoting voluntary work
• supporting voluntary and community organisations
• being a voice for the voluntary sector
• identifying gaps in provision of services
We work with voluntary and community organisations, statutory agencies and the business community.
Woking Mind offer 1-1 support and access to wellbeing activities. Their centre provides a safe and welcoming space for anyone who requires help.
Woking Mind offer their members regular group activities that range from peer support groups, physical and creative activities as well as structured courses in partnership with other local organisations, such as cookery or gardening.