The Epsom Safe Haven from today, 16th May, has been moved and will now be based at Brickfield Centre, Portland Place, KT17 1DL, and will be ready to see people from 6 pm tonight.
The Epsom Safe Haven has moved.— Surrey and Borders (@sabpNHS) May 16, 2022
From today, 16 May, the Safe Haven will be based at Brickfield Centre, Portland Place, KT17 1DL and ready to see people from 6pm. See the full story https://t.co/I5tEbYfQl2 pic.twitter.com/geDnIWuplr
The Safe Haven program is a series of out-of-hours clinics available for people suffering from a mental health crisis, it operates as a drop-in service. It’s meant to serve as a safe alternative to A&E for people suffering from mental health issues. It has branches all over the country, including Epsom.
The relocation follows a decision by commissioners from Surrey County Council, funders at Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System, as well as service providers Mary Frances Trust and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP) that the current building is no longer suitable to deliver the service. After an extensive engagement period to gather views from people using the service as well as partner organisations and local stakeholders, it was decided that the best location for the service was at the Brickfield Centre in Epsom.