Anyone visiting one of our Safe Haven crisis services in Epsom, Guildford, Woking, Reading or Aldershot is now required to wear clean face covering. This measure is aimed at protecting our staff and other visitors from the spread of coronavirus.
Anyone attending without face covering will be provided one on arrival. Our staff also reserves the right to provide a face mask to any visitor wearing inadequate face covering.
Safe Haven services
Our Safe Havens are open every day from 6pm until 11pm but only for adults aged 18+ experiencing a mental or emotional health crisis and who feel they cannot cope. The usual maintaining wellbeing hour from 6pm until 7pm is currently suspended due to social distancing restrictions.
If you cannot attend our Safe Havens in person because you are self-isolating, shielding someone or yourself or simply unable to leave your house, you can now attend our Safe Haven virtually. Visit www.sabp.nhs.uk/safehaven and scroll down to ‘Virtual Safe Havens’ where you will find links that take you to their nearest virtual Safe Haven service. The virtual service is also operational from 6pm-11pm, seven days a week.
Alternatively, you can access other crisis services which we have listed on our Crisis Support page.
Mental health and wellbeing support
If you are not experiencing a mental health crisis but would still like to get some mental health support, you can request a 30-min phone or video call with one of our trained staff members or attend one of our online wellbeing groups and activities. You can also access any of the online activities on the Surrey Virtual Wellbeing Hub which lists all activities provided by all the mental health organisations in Surrey. All activities are free of charge and available to any adults aged 18+. You do not need a mental health diagnosis to attend but you will need to register with us or the organisations providing the activity.