Safe Havens during the Coronavirus
All our Safe Havens are currently operating and open. Their opening hours remain the same but they are only open for those in crisis.
‘Social hours’ where people can drop-in for peer support and emotional wellbeing has been suspended as this prevents ‘group gatherings’.
To find out what is happening with our other services, please click here.
The award-winning Safe Havens, provide people experiencing a mental health crisis with professional out of hours support.
Catalyst have been involved in developing and delivering this resource, working in partnership with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust and the different Clinical Commissioning Groups.
What they offer:
- Professional staff, including mental health practitioners able to carry out mental health assessments if needed
- Peer support in a welcoming setting
- An appropriate alternative to A&E for those experiencing mental health problems and their carers.
You can visit any of the Safe Havens in Surrey and North East Hampshire if you are in the area, and find that you need support.
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