HOW WE CAN HELP

Who we can help

We provide one to one and group based mental health and wellbeing support to anyone aged 16 and over living in the Reigate and Banstead boroughs.

We also can provide online group-based support to all Surrey residents aged 16 and over.

The support we offer

One to one

Our Community Links Advisors can work with you on a one-to-one basis, in person or virtually, for up to 8 sessions providing information, advice and guidance and informal short-term support as required.

At your first appointment your advisor will discuss your interests with you and any goals that you have. They will then work with you to develop a support plan, using the Recovery Star approach to help you to access community activities.

Your advisor will encourage you to take practical steps to reach the goals you set and will support you to overcome any barriers you may encounter.

Our advisors will use their expert skills to signpost you to local organisations that can also be of help.

Groups and courses

We also offer a free range of wellbeing and personal development courses and peer support groups. Head to our What’s On page to find out more.

Volunteering

At the end of your journey with Richmond Fellowship, you could use your lived experience to continue your recovery journey by helping others and volunteer with us!

Other Local Richmond Fellowship Services

There are other Richmond Fellowship Services available in Surrey. Some of which require a professional referral; however, you can find out more about the local services that you can self-refer to, by clicking on the links below:

Getting referred

You can contact us directly or we accept referrals from community mental health teams, GPs, or any other agency currently supporting you.

What to expect

Once we have received your referral, one of our team will be contact with you to arrange an initial appointment at a time that suits you to see how we can best support you.

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