"A Guide To Become a Peer Mentor in Southwark"
Bereavement Support for
The group is open to current and former carers of a Croydon resident, who have experienced bereavement at least four to six months prior to starting the sessions. A carer looks after a relative, friend or neighbour who needs support due to illness, disability or old age.
To find out more about Carers Information Service click here:
For more information about Bereavement Support for Carers Group click on the link below:
Hear Us require volunteers to help out at the Hear Us office
Volunteers needed at Mind in Croydon Charity Shop.
Click link for more details: mind-in-croydon-charity-shop/
Moving towards, gaining and remaining in work.
Status Employment are a registered charity which aims to assist disabled people in finding and retaining paid employment. Status operates in Croydon and Lambeth.
Status Employment page: www.guide-hear-us.org-croydon-services-status-employment/
Welcome to advicelocal.
Advicelocal is a new UK-wide service from the advice charity Lasa.
Advicelocal page: www.guide-hear-us.org-croydon-advicelocal
Just enter a postcode and choose an advice topic
Please renew your membership to remain a member of Hear Us. Link below:
Get involved with Mind in Croydon's Active Minds
“Active Minds aims to promote physical and mental wellbeing by supporting people to take part in community activities and encouraging people to make lifestyle changes.”
SUPPORT HEAR US
Donations can help Hear Us to continue to represent and act as the voice of people that use the local mental health services in Croydon to service providers and commissioners
Mind in London
Searching for your local Mind in your borough?
Look no further, click on the link below.
Hear Us Merchandise
Hear Us T-Shirt Shop: Support Hear Us by wearing our our T-shirts.
Big Thank You
Gem and Lucy amazingly raised over £1,000, with the funds shared between the Hear Us and Mind in Croydon.
Mental Health Act
SLaM Wellbeing and Self-Esteem Skills Workshops
Are you a client or carer with the East or West Treatment Team?
Hear Us Annual Report 2016/17
This Hear Us Annual Report 2016/17 provides information required by the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) for charities. The report also provides a synopsis of the work of Hear Us.
The National Survivor User Network (NSUN)
The planned Mental Health Act review: a need for urgent action by NSUN members
My Next Meal
GPS identifies a user’s location and lists the nearest charities that provide food and support for homeless people.
Hear Us Flyer
Hear us Flyer
SLaM Recovery College
Ours To Own: Making Human Rights Work For You
Vocational, Skills Based Ceramics Workshops
Bethlem Royal's Occupational Therapy Department
Abolish Universal Credit Petition
Stop the implementation of Universal Credit and to abolish it.
Sign the Petition!
So U Think i’M CraZy?
The emotive drama explores the issues surrounding the mental health system in Britain today. Please click on link below to view details:
Mind's Applying for PIP
To help you navigate the application process for Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
SLaM Recovery Collage
Support Hear Us
Text: HUUG15 £10 to 70070
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 1 Contents
Hear Us Services
Getting your Voice Heard
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 2
Social Groups, Activities and Leisure
Support Groups, Befriending and Buddy services
Direct Payments and Individual Budgets
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 3
South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Inpatient & community
Talking Therapy organisations and
Books on Prescription
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 4
Education and Training
Volunteering & Employment Services
Financial Help to Return to Work
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 5
Homelessness and Housing
Council Tax and Housing
Benefit & Cold Weather
Grants, Funds and Loans
Money Worries and Debt
PIP and Universal Credit
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 6
Croydon's support services for carers
Information about services to help vulnerable adults and victims of abuse
and services for older adults