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Mind in Croydon

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Mind in Croydon is working to promote good mental health. It seeks to empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community. To achieve these aims Mind:

 

- Educates and provides services

- Campaigns and raises funds

- Works in partnership with other relevant organisations

- Values diversity and focuses on quality

- Involves service users and other volunteers in its work

 

Mind in Croydon is a mental health charity and was founded in 1967 and since then has developed into a significant provider of Mental Health Services in Croydon.

 

Our services are located across three address in Croydon and include:

 

- Social Networking Services

- The Hub

- Employment Support

- Carers' Services

- Active Minds

- Counselling

- Advocacy

- Benefits Help

- Charity Shops

- Room Hire

 

Click here for information on volunteering.

Address:
Mind in Croydon, 26 Pampisford Road, Purley, Surrey, CR8 2NE
Telephone:
020 8668 2210
Opening times:
Varies dependant on service.
Waiting times:
Varies dependant on service.
Who is it for:
People with mental health needs
Disabled access:
Our premises are not fully accessible we do have limited access. For more information please call 020 8668 2210
Childcare:
None
How to apply:
Check service leaflets for referral information (found on our website)
Buses:
Two buses run along Pampisford Road: 405 and 455. Many buses run along Brighton Road: 407, 166, 60 and 466
Train/tube:
Nearest station: Purley
Parking:
There is no car parking available
Sector:
Voluntary

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