Safe Haven Camberley to join Aldershot Safe Haven
Mental health crisis services offered at the Safe Haven Camberley are moving to the Safe Haven Aldershot on Saturday 1 April 2017. Camberley was part of a 5 centre pilot across Surrey in the last 12 months. The relocation will allow consolidation of services and will offer accessible mental health out of hours crisis care. Safe Havens provide a place where people can go during evening and weekends for support if they, or someone they care for, are struggling to cope. It is an alternative to A&E when GP practices and specialist mental health services are closed.
From Saturday 1 April, Surrey Heath residents can access a service 365 days a year at:
Aldershot Safe Haven
121 – 123 Victoria Road, Aldershot GU11 1JN
Monday to Friday: 6pm to 11pm
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12.30pm – 11pm
People can also visit any of the other four Surrey Safe Havens in Epsom, Guildford, Redhill and Woking.
Safe Havens are provided by a partnership between Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Trust and third sector mental health specialists funded by Surrey and Clinical Commissioning Groups.