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If you live in any of the five of our London boroughs: Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth and you need mental health support in a crisis you can call our 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line on 0800 028 8000.
The Mental Health Crisis Line offers emotional support and advice to people who are affected by urgent mental health issues, at any time of the day or night. It is open to everyone: both children and adults of all ages, and to people who haven’t previously accessed mental health services.
Please only attend A&E if you have an emergency with your physical health. The MHSL can help and direct you to the right service for your mental health.
If you are already a patient (adult or young person under the age of 18) at our Trust, between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday to Friday we encourage you to call the mental health team that looks after you. You can find their contact details here. Otherwise, please contact the 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line.
If you are a child or young person, or a parent/carer concerned about a young person’s mental health, you can contact the SLP CAMHS Crisis Line on 0203 228 5980, Monday to Friday 5pm – 11pm, and Saturday, Sunday, and BHs 9am – 11pm.
If you are calling urgently from a partner agency and require support and direction, you are encouraged to also contact the 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line.
If you need more general advice and support with your mental health, please see our Advice and support page.
If you are Deaf, you can call our Mental Health Crisis Line using Sign Live Video Relay Service (VRS): :
You will then be able to call the Trust for free.
Are you struggling with your mental health and finding it difficult to cope?
Come along to one of our Recovery Cafés for a safe and supportive space. There’s no need for an appointment, just turn up and you’ll be met by a listening ear, and benefit from companionship and from engaging in therapeutic support. The cafes also provide:
Our Recovery cafes are based in Tooting, Richmond, Kingston and Wimbledon but are there to help adults (18 years+) with mental health issues from the South London boroughs of Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton, Richmond and Kingston.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 6pm - 11pm, Saturday Sunday and Bank holidays 12noon - 11pm
The Cafés will close at 11:00pm promptly each night and customers will be supported to plan their journey home during their visit to the Cafés.
Please note: The cafés do not provide accommodation and are not designed to support young people under 18 years old or those under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
NHS Moodzone deals with the kind of feelings and ordinary life problems that affect lots of us from time to time.
You might be trying to find help because of stress at work, or your domestic situation.
Moodzone can help you. It offers practical, useful information, interactive tools, and videos to support you on your way to feeling better.
We provide a variety of mental health services for adults and children, treating a range of conditions and specialisms.
We provide community and outpatient services in each of the local boroughs as well as elsewhere, such as in Kent and Cambridgeshire, and inpatient services at Queen Mary’s, Springfield and Tolworth Hospital.
In our A-Z of services and conditions, you can find more about:
You can also find information about a variety of conditions that we treat.
The Patient Quality Forum (PQF) was launched in December 2015 to provide us with a cross-section of views about quality and the experience of our services from the people who use them.
Members of the PQF live in the five boroughs we cover, and meet monthly to consider quality and patient experience. They consider the same reports on quality used in our internal governance, receive reports in person from various teams, and provide feedback on recent and current issues affecting patients.
We ran a training programme to give forum members the skills to take part in challenging discussions and presentations, which was recognised at the annual Health Innovation Network and Health Education South London Innovation Grants and Recognition Awards.
Not only did the project win an Innovation and Educational Excellence Award in the Learning from Patient Experience and Involvement category, securing one of 10 innovation grants awarded on the night to further support the project but it also won one of two Chairman's Choice awards.
This long-standing group meets bi-monthly to consider quality and patient and carer experience. Individual members of the CFFRG live in the five boroughs we cover and has representation from organisations that support carers within the Boroughs including the five Carers Centres. They consider the same reports on quality used in our internal governance, receive reports in person from various teams, and provide feedback on recent and current issues affecting people who have contact with our services. To find out more about how to become involved please contact email@example.com