Adult Mental Health Support In West London
Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind provides a range of services to support people with mental health problems:
- 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
- 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
- Clear Your Mind – hoarding support for Hounslow residents
- Mind My Home – solution-focused therapy for residents of A2 Dominion and Catalyst Housing
- You Are Not Alone – helping people aged 16-25 tackle loneliness and make new friends
- 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
To access most of Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind’s services, you have to be a resident of the Borough of Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and 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. To find out where your closest Local Mind Association is, please click here.
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