Catalyst Mental Health and Wellbeing
We are available to support you at this time.
- Community Connections groups and activities are being delivered in different ways
- We are offering telephone and 1-1 support if you are struggling – contact us for more info and to make a referral
- Our Community Connections Partners, Mary Frances Trust and Oakleaf are delivering online activities – please visit their websites for more information. You can download the Oakleaf virtual timetable here.
We are delighted to be part of an exciting new Virtual Wellbeing Hub. A digital platform which supports Surrey residents who need interactive mental health and emotional wellbeing support. It was developed for the COVID-19 isolation measures and is something we hope to develop further.
One in four of us experience mental health problems every year. We believe that nobody should face mental health problems on their own, experience stigma or discrimination. We all have the right to be well both mentally and physically. We offer a range of services within the community to help people with their mental health and wellbeing. Click on the links below to find out more:
Proud to be the lead provider for Community Connections Surrey, providing people with access to 1-1 support and a range of wellbeing activities.
Available for adults in Surrey Heath, Guildford & Waverley, Farnham, Spelthorne, Runnymede, Woking and West Elmbridge.
The GPiMHS / MHICS service offers Mental Health and emotional wellbeing support within your community. Our Community Link Workers are co-located at GP practices across Surrey and work closely with GP’s and Primary Care professionals.
Referrals are made through the local GP practice.
Catalyst are involved with 3 out of the 5 Safe Havens within Surrey. The Safe Havens provide out of hours support for those experiencing a mental health crisis.
We work in partnership with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust and the different Clinical Commissioning Groups.
It provides a safe place for me where I can go when life gets difficult for me.”