Lead Providers

There are three main providers for Community Connections, each covering different areas of Surrey. Please read below for more information.

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The areas we cover:

North West Surrey CCG area: Spelthorne, Runnymede, Woking, Elmbridge (West)

Guildford and Waverley CCG area: Guildford, Waverley

Surrey Heath CCG area: Surrey Heath, Farnham

Catalyst is a drug, alcohol and mental health charity. We support adults across Surrey, offering a welcoming, friendly and non-judgemental service.

To support mental health and wellbeing in our community, we provide: a variety of wellbeing activities and interest groups, 1-1 support, wellbeing advice, appropiate signposting, buddying, volunteering opportunities and crisis support (Safe Havens). All these services can be accessed face to face and online.

We work closely with partners such as Oakleaf, Guildford Action, Voluntary Action South West Surrey, Woking Mind, Mary Frances Trust and Voluntary Support North Surrey to help us deliver some of our services.

For more information: www.catalystsupport.org.uk


The areas we cover:

Surrey Downs CCG area: Mole Valley, Epsom & Ewell, Elmbridge (East), Banstead

Since 1994, Mary Frances Trust (MFT) supports Surrey residents (aged 16+) experiencing any mental or emotional health issue to restore and/or maintain their mental wellbeing for as long as they need (no diagnosis needed). We also work hard to challenge mental health stigma and promote emotional self-care.

Our services are free and include: Individual support and goal setting, wellbeing Advice and Information, wellbeing courses, activities and interest groups (face to face and online), peer support and self-help groups, crisis support (Safe Haven), co-production and volunteering.

For more information, please visit: www.maryfrancestrust.org.uk

The areas we cover:

East Surrey CCG area: Reigate and Redhill, Tandridge

Richmond Fellowship is a specialist provider of mental health services.  We’re here to help improve the mental wellbeing of people.

Together with the individual, the charity develops support plans to help service users meet their personal recovery goals. Through advice and information, the organisation helps people access community activities, such as Art Matters, a Community Art studio, IT, and a range of short wellbeing/personal development courses.

More information: www.richmondfellowship.org.uk