The Guide Chapters 2022

Croydon’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Guide
Hear Us / The Guide Chapters 2022

The Hear Us Guide to Croydon’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Services is for you if you;

  • or someone you care for is experiencing mental health problems
  • need support to meet new people and try new Activities
  • need support to access Voluntary Work, Training, Education or Employment
  • want to know where to turn in a Crisis
  • want information about Support Groups and Self Help
  • want advice about Benefits, Debt or Housing issues
  • want to know about organisations that can help with specific issues
  • are interested in getting involved in planning and improving our Mental Health Services
  • want access to useful Telephone Numbers and Websites

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 1 Contents

Information about; Hear Us Services, Getting your Voice Heard, Advocacy and Advice Services

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 2

Information about; Social Groups, Activities and Leisure
Support Groups, Befriending and Buddy services
Direct Payments and Individual Budgets

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 3

Information about; South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Inpatient & community, Crisis Services
Addiction services, Talking Therapy organisations and
Books on Prescription

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 4

Information about; Education and Training
Volunteering & Employment Services
Financial Help to Return to Work

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 5

Information about; Freedom Passes
Homelessness and Housing
Council Tax and Housing, Benefit & Cold Weather
Grants, Funds and Loans, Money Worries and Debt
Food Hubs, PIP and Universal Credit

The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 6

Information about; Croydon’s support services for carers
Information about services to help vulnerable adults and victims of abuse
and services for older adults

Hear Us would like to thank the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust for funding this guide

The 2015 Hear Us Guide is out of print

We are currently seeking funding for another version