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Sutton Mental Health Foundation

We are here for people in Sutton whose mental health has had an impact on their lives.


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Sutton Mental Health Foundation is a community mental health support service for anyone over the age of 18 living in the London Borough of Sutton. You don't need a formal referral to take advantage of our support services, wellbeing activities & events.

Latest News & Events

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    Belmont Connect

    The Belmont Connect is currently open for activities and support appointments as follows:

    • Tuesday 10am to 3:30pm
    • Thursday 10am to 4pm
    • Friday 10am to 2:30pm

    For information on our current drop-in times and details of our activities, please see our timetable on the Events page.

    We have returned to mainly in-person events (all with limited numbers and you must book in advance) but we continue to offer some events on Zoom for those who feel more comfortable with this option.

    Book activities

    We are currently able to offer the folowing selection of support appointments at Belmont Connect:

    • If you feel you would benefit from some one to one support for your mental health you can book a 1:1 support appointment on Tuesdays 10.30am-12.30pm.
    • For any housing issues that are impacting on your mental health, you can book a housing support appointment are available on Fridays 10am to 12pm.
    • If you have any concerns about your drug or alcohol use, Inspire are here to help you. Appointments are available on Tuesdays 12pm-2pm.

    • For specialist help or advice, for example with benefits, family matters, debt or employment issues,  appointments are available on Thursday 10am to 1pm, in partnership with Citizens Advice Sutton.

    • If you need computer access to check your emails, make a booking, fill in a form or attend an online appointment, you can book a slot in our IT hub to use one of our computers in a safe, socially distanced environment. Our IT hub is open on Tuesdays 10.30am to 12.20pm and Fridays 12.30pm to 2.30pm.
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    Due to the ongoing Covid situation, regulations and guidance remain in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. We have returned to many in-person events (all with limited numbers and you must book in advance) but we continue to offer some events on Zoom for those who feel more comfortable with this option.

    The Belmont Connect "drop-in" is currently open on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10am to 2pm.  For information on our current drop-in times and details of our activities, please see our timetable on the Events page.

    If you feel you would benefit from some one-to-one support for your mental health, or you have a specific issue you would like someone to help you with, you can book an appointment with one of our support workers.

    Do you need computer access to check your emails, make a booking, fill in a form, attend an online appointment? You can book a one hour slot in our IT hub to use one of our computers in a safe, socially distanced environment.

    If you need specialist help or advice, for example with benefits or housing, family matters, debt or employment issues,  appointments are available on Thursday mornings, in partnership with Citizens Advice Sutton.

    New timetable of activities

    We are now able to offer a limited range of activities and events at the Belmont Connect "drop-in".

    Check out our November/December timetable for details of all the activities currently on offer.  As always all of our events and activities are free except for any refreshments. Due to ongoing Covid restrictions, places are limited so booking is essential. 

    What we do

    We are here for people in Sutton whose mental health has had a severe impact on their lives.

    Belmont Connect

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    In normal times, we run a drop-in service in Belmont which is open 5 days across the week.  We offer a home cooked lunch, advice, support and activities based around the 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
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    Intentional Peer Support

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    Through our Intentional Peer Support service, we offer non-judgemental emotional support for individuals and groups.  For those experiencing mental and emotional distress this can be a real lifeline.
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    Sutton 1in4

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    We also support people who use mental health services to have a voice in the designing and commissioning of the services they receive, through Sutton 1in4 and Sutton Mental Health Commissioning Advisory Group.

    Newsletters

    We send out regular e-updates of our latest news and activities, you can access recent issues below.

    Support services

    Our aim is to provide support for people within the London Borough of Sutton who suffer from mental distress. Connection is a key part in everything we do, it helps us to form relationships and bonds which means we can offer support to those who need it. Our three main areas of support are:

    Belmont Connect

    In "normal circumstances" we run a drop-in centre offering social contact, learning opportunities and support in a safe and welcoming environment to people recovering from mental distress.
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    Sutton Crisis Café

    The Sutton Crisis Café offers out-of-hours support to adults in Sutton whose mental health is becoming overwhelming. We provide a safe, non-clinical, supportive environment to people experiencing a mild to moderate mental health crisis, as an alternative to attending A&E.
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    Intentional Peer Support

    Through our Intentional Peer Support service we offer non-judgemental emotional support for individuals and groups, provided by trained Peer Support workers who have direct experience of mental distress.
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    Service User Voice

    SMHF supports people who use mental health services to have a say in designing and commissioning local mental health services. We support two local groups, Sutton 1 in 4 and the Sutton Mental Health (Service Users) Commissioning Advisory Group (known as CAG).
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