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Safe Haven Contacts during the COVID-19 Isolation Period

To ensure the safety of you and our staff, we have moved both our Children and Young Persons and Adult Safe Haven to a telephone service during these challenging times. We understand that the current situation may cause a rise in mental health crisis whilst isolation prevents you from leaving your home, which is why we will continue to support you. 

Children and Young Persons Safe Haven

To contact us please TEXT Young Person’s Full Name, Date of Birth and Address to 07395 482887 at 5pm on Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday for a call back between 5 – 8pm the same evening. 

Please note: This support is only available during our normal SafeHaven opening hours (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 5 – 8pm) and this number will only be monitored during those times. We will not be able to respond outside of these hours. Outside of these hours we encourage you to seek support from:

Telephone:

ChildLine: Call 0800 1111 / Samaritans: Call 116 123 (24/7 FREE)

Text:

Young Minds Crisis: Text “YM” to 85258 (24/7 FREE)
School Nurse ChatHealth Text 07507 332160

Online Chat:

Childline / The Mix Websites: Get Self Help, The Mix, National Mind

Apps:

Think Ninja, Insight Timer, Calm, MindShift, STOP, SilverCloudons Safe Haven

Adults Safe Haven

To contact the Adults Safe Haven, please call 07887 417255
Monday – Friday 6.30pm-10.30pm and Weekends and Bank Holidays 1pm-10.30pm

The Samaritans also offer a service outside of our opening times, 166 123 (24/7 FREE). In a life threatening emergency, please dial 999.

Current Vacancies

We have five part time fixed term vacancies for a Deputy Family Team Manager, a Wellbeing Practitioner Children and Young People, a Wellbeing Practitioner Adult, a Family Support Practitioner and an Adult Safe Haven Peer Supporter.
Full role descriptions of these exciting roles can be found on our Vacancies page.

Welcome to the
Havant & East Hants Mind Website

This website is a mental health resource for residents of Havant and East Hampshire.

Havant and East Hants Mind work to promote good mental health within our locality. We seek to support and empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community.

To achieve these aims Mind:

  • Promotes mental wellbeing within our community
  • Works with mental health service users to promote recovery and to increase their influence over their own lives
  • Challenges discrimination and promote social inclusion
  • Works in partnership with other organisations
  • Campaigns and raises funds
  • Involves service users with all aspects of our work
  • Focuses on quality in service provision

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