If you are experiencing mental health problems, we may be able to help you. To come to us you will need to have a mental health diagnosis from a medical professional. You should already be seeking professional help from your GP or be under the care of the Community Mental Health Team. Someone from the mental health team or your doctor should make a referral to us using this form:


We will contact you to come in for a visit and see if you are eligible for a place and you can bring someone with you to support you if you would like.

We pride ourselves in offering a welcoming, friendly and non-judgmental environment for you to explore your abilities and improve your wellbeing. We aim to provide a safe haven for you to relax and feel safe but also try new things and make new friends to build up your self esteem and confidence.

If and when you are ready we can help you explore your options for returning to study, training, work or volunteering. We will also help you find activities in your local community such as joining a new club or going to the leisure centre for some exercise.