News

Tribute to a Trustee – Sue Bowen

We are very sad to have to announce the death on 1 May 2020 of one of our longest-standing members of the Catalyst Trustee Board, Sue Bowen. Sue provided the charity with 14 years of support and service, most recently as Deputy Chair. Her health service background was invaluable and she worked with many staff READ MORE

Can you help us?

Fundraising is even more challenging during this health crisis. We are committed to continuing our work in the community, but we need your help more than ever. Any donation will go a long way to support our work with a range of projects, and we are very grateful for any help you can offer. To READ MORE

Our Services and Useful Resources

We hope everyone is keeping well at this time. Please be reminded that all our services are still running, albeit in a slightly different way. We are open for referrals and you can self refer to any of our services from the comfort of your own home. If you are struggling with your mental health READ MORE

Local Helplines available over the Easter Weekend

Surrey County Council Coronavirus Helpline (non medical advice and community support) Tel: 0300 200 1008 SMS: 07860 053465 (for deaf and hard of hearing) The helpline will be operating from 10am – 4pm on Good Friday and Easter Monday. On Saturday & Sunday they will be operating 10am – 2pm. All web capability and duty READ MORE

* NEW* Changes to our services and Safe Havens in response to COVID-19

As a service open to the public, we continue to monitor the advice from Public Health England about Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Due to the government guidelines on Monday 16th March and to ensure we try and keep everyone safe around the social distancing advice, our teams have had to change the way we deliver some of READ MORE

Shortlisted for an HSJ Partnership Award!

We are delighted to be able to announce that Catalyst has been shortlisted for an HSJ Partnership Award 2020!  We entered the partnership work of i-access as an example of the voluntary sector working with health partners and have been invited to present at the judging forum in mid-January 2020, with the results announced in READ MORE

Time to Talk Day 2020 – YOUR mental health matters

This year Time to Talk day is Thursday 6th February – a day that encourages the nation to think about and talk about mental health. As a charity that specialises in mental health and emotional wellbeing, talking and supporting is what we do best. We will be using the day raise awareness about the services READ MORE

Dry January 2020 – are you up to the challenge?

Many people within the UK will be taking part in the one month challenge of Dry January which means they plan on giving up alcohol for the month of January. There are many benefits to giving up alcohol after a busy festive season, here are just a few… Why do Dry January? Feel healthier – READ MORE

We wish you all a Peaceful Christmas and New Year

Our opening hours during the festive season : Monday 30th December – Open as normal – 9am – 5pm Tuesday 31st December – Open as normal – 9am – 5pm Wednesday 1st January – CLOSED Normal hours will resume from Thursday 2nd January 2020 If we are not available, please leave a message on 01483 READ MORE