Adult Mental Health Support In West London
Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind provides a range of services to support people dealing with mental health issues:
- Advocacy – help people to understand their legal rights when they have been detained under the Mental Health Act. We have two different advocacy services: Ealing Community, and Ealing Inpatient.
- Ealing Advice Service – where to get information and help with specific issues
- Out of Hospitals Pathways – supporting adults in Ealing to maintain their mental health and wellbeing
- Hammersmith & Fulham Safe Space – a local hub for anyone nearing crisis point. Available to phone, video chat, or walk in
- Ealing Safe Space – a local hub for anyone nearing crisis point. Available to phone, video chat, or walk in
- Hounslow Safe Space – a local hub for anyone nearing crisis point. Available to phone, video chat, or walk in
- Hounslow Safe Space Line – a phone line for anyone in Hounslow needing urgent support, 365 days a year.
- Safe Space Emergency Department – we have Safe Spaces in three hospitals throughout our boroughs to help those visiting A&E for mental health support
- Know My Mind – learn about mental health, what it is, and how to regulate emotions
- Mind My Home – solution-focused therapy for residents of A2 Dominion and Catalyst Housing
- Dual Diagnosis Carers Support Group – support for those caring for people with a dual diagnosis of a mental health and alcohol or drug issue
- Wellbeing West London – a directory website we built in partnership with the West London NHS Trust to help you find mental health services throughout our boroughs
- My Practice, My Health – support booking and attending physical health checks for people with Severe Mental Illness (SMI)
To access most of Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind’s services, you have to be a resident of the boroughs of Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing, or Hounslow, but this is not the case for all of our services.
To find out if you are eligible for a specific service, read the details on the service page or contact us.
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