Below is a list of local organisations and resources which you can access while you wait for support from Sutton Uplift:
Sutton Crisis Café
Alternatively, if your mental health is becoming overwhelming and you need support in a non-clinical supportive environment you can access the Sutton Crisis Café out-of-hours between 6:30 PM-11 PM (last admission 10:30 PM), open 7 days per week. The service is run by Sutton Mental Health Foundation and supports adults experiencing a mild to moderate mental helath crisis, as an alternative to attedning A&E.
Call on: 0800 012 9082
Visit: 63 Downs Road, Belmont, Sutton, surrey SM2 5NR
- Some classroom courses
- Interactive webinars
- Videos, audio guides
Good Thinking Website
Lots of online resources and self-help booklets, including resources in different languages.
Sutton Crisis Café
A new non-judgmental service for people in mild to moderate mental health crisis, who just need a safe place to be and someone to listen.
Open from 6:30pm to 11pm (last admission 10.30), 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
63 Downs Road, Belmont, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5NR
0800 012 9082
Sutton Mental Health Foundation
Sutton Mental Health Foundation offers support to people whose mental health has had an impact on their lives. They offer: 1-1 peer support; groups; activities; information and advice.
020 8770 0172
Off The Record Sutton
Young people’s service (age 25 and below) which provides groups, online support, a Saturday telephone drop-in service, and support for parents and carers.
020 8680 8899
Sutton Carers Centre
A local service to support carers. They offer information and advice, as well as emotional support.
020 8296 5611
Age UK Sutton
Offers support services to older adults including information and advice; telephone befriending; help at home, and home from hospital.
020 8078 0002
Offers a range of support services designed to meet the needs of local children and families including mental health support.
020 8647 6501
Sutton Women’s Centre
Offer a range of services designed to support women overcome many of the issues and challenges they are confronted by – domestic abuse; the need to develop new skills; lack of self-esteem; lack of self-confidence; and being isolated.
St Raphaels Wellbeing Centre
The Wellbeing Centre is a warm, friendly and welcoming environment which offers social, practical and therapeutic support to anyone, over the age of 18, living with a life-limiting, progressive or chronic illness. They educate, empower and enable you to live life to the full and as independently as possible.
020 8099 1722
Adult autism self-help community.
BBC Mental Health Tool Kit – Headroom
A free peer emotional support app that allows users to connect with a trained, empathetic Hear Me listener in real-time
NHS Every Mind Matters
Get a Personalised Mind Plan
Free wellbeing resources
An informal, creative and safe space for people to meet and take part in a range of activities. Located in Borough.
The Freedom Programme Online
£12 online domestic abuse programme for men and women
TED Talks on Mental Health
Advice, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and wellbeing.