Safe Haven provides help and support to people who are experiencing a mental health crisis and their family members and carers. They are open evenings, weekends and bank holidays and are designed to give people a safe alternative to going to A&E when in crisis.
In East Surrey, the Safe Haven in Redhill offers a place where people don't have to book a place and can talk as much or as little as they want or where they can just sit and have a coffee with people who understand what they may be feeling.
Mental health professionals are on hand to listen, talk and help people through difficult times.
Safe Haven in Redhill is working in partnership with East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group, Surrey County Council, Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Richmond Fellowship and Reigate Stepping Stones.
Safe Haven is staffed by Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (trained mental health professionals and supported by Recovery Workers employed by Richmond Fellowship.
The safe haven is located at Wingfield Resource Centre, St Annes Drive, Off Noke Drive, Redhill RH1 1AU.
Open 6pm-11pm Monday-Friday, as well as weekends and bank holidays.
Download the leaflet about the local service to find out more.