Exciting Move to Enhance Services

Havant and East Hants Mind, a leading provider of wellbeing services, is pleased to announce its upcoming office move to further enhance its commitment to serving the community. The Wellbeing Centre, currently located at The Hub on Dunsbury Way, will be relocating to a new site within the Leigh Park Community Centre, just over 100 yards away, starting on 22nd January 2024.

 

Indoor plant in foreground, with sofa in the background

Sneak peak inside the new Wellbeing Centre

This strategic move is part of HEH Mind’s ongoing efforts to provide an even more accessible and comfortable environment for its service users, visitors, supporters, and friends. The relocation aims to create a more centralised and convenient location, fostering an environment that promotes overall wellbeing.

In addition to the Wellbeing Centre, the Adults’ Safe Haven will also be moving to the Leigh Park Community Centre in February 2024. The organisation is currently in the final stages of preparation, ensuring a smooth transition for all parties involved.

We are excited about this move and the new facilities at the Leigh Park Community Centre which will allow us to better meet the needs of our service users and enhance the overall experience for everyone involved. Additionally, we would like to thank Beck’s Removal Ltd for their invaluable support moving premises. Becks are a local company who are very much part of our local community. I want to thank them on behalf of Havant and East Hants Mind and all its supporters and users for moving so swiftly and efficiently. When we reached out to them, they didn’t hesitate to offer to support our move.” said Ross, Director of Business Development.

 

Beck's Removal van in front of Wellbeing Centre

 

HEH Mind extends a warm invitation to service users, visitors, supporters, and friends to join in celebrating the opening of the new facilities. The organisation is eager to continue providing leading services at its new location and looks forward to fostering a sense of community and wellbeing.

If you have any questions or would like to contact our teams, please call:

Wellbeing Centre questions – 02392 498916

Adults’ Safe Haven questions – 0300 303 1560

HEH Mind assures that services based in other locations will continue unaffected, ensuring a seamless continuation of support and care for those in need.


About Havant and East Hants Mind:

Havant and East Hants Mind work to promote good mental health and seek to support and empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community. To achieve this HEH Mind offers a range of services and support to individuals and groups across South and East Hampshire, with some services being Hampshire wide.

This includes wellbeing services for adults, children and young people, families and workplaces. Crisis support is also offered via the Adults’ Safe Haven and Young People’s Safe Haven. Additionally, HEH Mind has an active Community Team that deliver and support fundraising, community engagement, campaigns and events.

Posted on: 22nd January 2024

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