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Adults’ Wellbeing

Temporary change to our services due to Covid 19: 

During this challenging time, we know it is important for everyone who needs support for their mental health and wellbeing to be able to access this, but we are very aware of keeping our clients and staff safe.

We are currently offering our assessments and reviews over the phone with a practitioner. Once you have been assessed you are then able to access the following virtually: workshops, courses and peer support groups. We will update this page when this changes. 

We are running all of the workshops we previously did and additional topics around managing with the impacts of the virus. We have a reduced amount of peer support groups we are running virtually but we still have mindfulness and coffee and chat groups. We are always looking to add to these and welcome our clients’ input through service user forums. Please see information below for more detail about our services.

If you require urgent help and would like to see someone face to face you can access the Adults’ Safe Haven.

Our Services

We are a recovery service that accepts both self and professional referrals for individuals that would like support for their mental health and wellbeing. After an initial referral, you will be booked in for an assessment where we will talk through what you would like to achieve and how they may be done. At the end, a recovery plan will be compiled together with the support from the adults service though our courses, workshops and peer support groups. Whatever you wish to attend will be relevant to your recovery plan and prior to attending, a text invitation will be sent which you can reply to by calling the office.

Your wellbeing recovery journey will last around 6 months and during this time, you will receive a 10 minute check in call every 6 weeks and a review or your recovery plan at 3 months. This review is to see if there is further support you may want or a goal that you wish to add. However, you’re free to call the office at any time during the opening hours if you would like support. 

After you have completed your recovery journey with Mind, you will complete a Wellbeing Maintenance Plan. This will aid you in maintaining your wellbeing by reaffirming the skills you have already learnt. This plan looks at connecting you with other external agencies, whilst still accessing our peer support groups.

Details of the courses, workshops and peer support groups in Alton/East Hants in Word and pdf format and for Havant/Waterlooville in Word and pdf format.

If you need urgent help go to the Adults’ Safe Haven page


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