Mental Health Directory
Information on mental health services in Croydon
These posts for which the closing date is 16 July are funded by the Big Lottery’s Improving Futures grant through Croydon Voluntary Action, and are part of the Croydon Family Power Programme.
The main task of the roles is to provide an independent family advocacy service to ‘Just Coping’ (Level 2/3) families to enable them to navigate and make best use of local support services.
These posts will have a specialist responsibility and will be located in six host organisations throughout the borough. A full job pack can be downloaded from CVA’s website at:
18 March 2019
The working week started really well with a visit from Tony Neal from the Catenian Association to present us with a cheque.
05 March 2019
Members of the advocacy team visited the offices of Hestia in Croydon on Thursday 28th February.
28 February 2019
We were delighted to hear that Croydon Relief in Need Charity had awarded us a grant of £20,000 a year for three years to support the work of our Active Minds service.