Springfield University Hospital
61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ
Switchboard: 020 8682 6000
020 3513 6264
Psychological therapies for adults suffering from mild to moderate mental health problems. They offer individual therapy, group therapy, guided self-help and computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).The service also has a new employment support service with dedicated employment specialists to support people suffering from anxiety disorders and depression to gain and retain employment.
Wandsworth MIND, 020 8875 9162
MIND offers support for those over 18 who are suffering or recovering from mental health problems. They offer advice on supported housing, local drop-in centres, counselling, employment and training schemes.
Saneline, 020 7375 1002 (local)
Monday to Friday, 12.00 - 23.00
Saturday and Sunday, 12.00 - 18.00
0845 767 8000 (national)
Saneline offers practical information, crisis care and emotional support to anybody affected by mental health problems.
Victim Support Wandsworth, 020 7223 1234
Victim Support offer a free, confidential counselling service for victims and witnesses of crime, providing a longer term and more in-depth opportunity for people to come to terms with the effects of crime.
Samaritans, 08457 90 90 90 (24-hour helpline)
The Samaritans offer confidential, emotional support for people with feelings of distress or despair, including those that may lead to suicide
Want to speak with someone face-to-face?
Central London Samaritans welcomes visitors to its Soho branch everyday of the year between the hours of 9am-9pm
46 Marshall Stree, Lonodn W1F 9BF Telephone 020 7734 2800 (text 07725 90 90 90)
The Samaritans Croydon also offer face to face visitors from 8am - 9pm Mon-Sat
2B Kidderminster Road, West Croydon, Surrey, CR9 2BQ, Phone 020 8681 6666
Mood Gym, an interactive website where you can learn CBT techniques
Get self Help, another website with downloads and worksheets to help you get going with mindfulness and CBT.
Who to contact in a mental health emergency, step by step
- First contact your GP
- If the GP practice is closed then contact the Mental Health Support Line
- This is a telephone helpline when you are unable to contact your GP out of hours
- Telephone 0800 028 8000 (Mon-Fri 5pm-9am; Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays 24 hours)
- Go to Accident and Emergency if you need IMMEDIATE help
- If you feel absolutely desperate and feel you are at immediate risk either from yourself or others then go to A&E or ring 999