Mental Health Directory
Information on mental health services in Croydon
Staff, volunteers and members of the Hub were delighted to host a visit from Counsellor Patricia Hay-Justice, Mayor of Croydon, on Wednesday 9th March. Hub members were able to speak with The Mayor about their experiences and how The Hub has supported their recovery.
The Hub at Mind in Croydon provides a safe place for lonely and isolated people to socialise and get practical help and advice with life’s challenges. It has a simple referral process and a wide range of referrers, which includes GPs. People who attend get support from a key worker from Monday to Friday and a drop-in every Saturday and Wednesday, with a reasonably-priced hot meal at lunchtime.
“It was a real delight to visit the Hub and meet so many different people from differing backgrounds. I learnt how important the Hub is to many people and the peace of mind it provides for them and their families. It is clear that the Hub is highly valued and very frequently used by so very many people in Croydon. It is a place where people are free to talk about their issues, share experiences, and are accepted in addition to receiving help. An invaluable asset to Croydon.”
Cllr. Patricia Hay-Justice - Mayor of Croydon
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.