Havant and East Hants Mind has run a range of Recovery and Crisis services for adults with mental health problems in Hampshire for over 30 years. We offer a variety of interventions and support to work with people with complex mental health problems in their recovery. This ranges from assessments, one-to-one work, review sessions, crisis support planning, and group work, to outreach into the community to support people to manage their own mental health needs.
We have a 1 year fixed term, part time, position for a Crisis Peer Practitioner within our Adults Team. Here is the full job description and the application form is available in both Word and PDF format. If you would like to apply for this role, please complete the application form and return it to Samantha Richards, Wellbeing Manager, [email protected]. The closing date for your application is 5pm on 8th August 2021.
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Adult Safe Haven - Open 6pm-10pm every night - Intervention, support and advice to de-escalate mental health crisis - Tips and tools to promote wellbeing - Mental Health Assessment if needed
Our free-phone line is also available during our opening hours on 0300 303 1560 Located within The Hub, Dunsbury Way, Leigh Park, Havant. Find out more easthantsmind.org/adults-safe-haven
What is the Adults’ Safe Haven? - The Adults’ Safe Haven is for any adult needing immediate support at a time of crisis. - At the Safe Haven individuals develop short term coping strategies. If you visit you will also build knowledge and understanding of other (longer term) support. ... See MoreSee Less
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