Online mental health support available through Safe Havens
Surrey residents facing a mental health crisis can now get virtual help and support from mental health nurses and practitioners, following the launch of the new Safe Havens online service.
Safe Havens provides expert advice and support to people aged 18 or over in crisis, through a new online service, available seven days a week from 6pm to 11pm. This new online service is designed to help those who are self isolating, vulnerable or anxious about travelling, helping them receive timely advice and support, avoiding the need to visit A&E or make any other unnecessary visits. The service is still available to see people in person, during the same hours.
More information, including details of your local Safe Haven service, is available on the NHS website.