The Hear Us Guide to Croydon’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Services is for you if you or someone you care for is experiencing mental health problems;

need support to meet new people and try new activities
need support to access voluntary work, training, education or employment
want to know where to turn in a crisis
want information about support groups and self help
want advice about benefits, debt or housing issues
want access to useful Telephone Numbers and Websites

Section: 1

Information about; Hear Us Services, Getting your Voice Heard, Advocacy and Advice Services

Section: 2

Information about; Social Groups, Activities and Leisure, Support Groups, Befriending and Buddy services, Direct Payments and Individual Budgets

Section: 3

Information about; South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, Inpatient & community, Crisis Services, Addiction services, Talking Therapy organisations and Books on Prescription

Section: 4

Information about; Education and Training, Volunteering & Employment Services and Financial Help to Return to Work

Section: 5

Information about; Freedom Passes, Homelessness and Housing, Council Tax and Housing, Benefit & Cold Weather Grants, Funds and Loans, Money Worries and Debt, Food Hubs, PIP and Universal Credit

Section: 6

Information about; Croydon’s support services for carers, Information about services to help vulnerable adults and victims of abuse
and services for older adults

Mind in Croydon’s Information Directory

Please use the Hear Us Guide along side other online mental health directories like the one provided by Mind in Croydon. The online directory is a resource for residents of the borough of Croydon. The directory is designed to make accessing information as straightforward as possible. Services provided both in the statutory and voluntary sectors are constantly changing and it is hoped that this electronic version will bring people up to date with some of those changes.