Support can take many forms, and one of the best is mutual support. At Sutton Mental Health Foundation we support each other through regular contact, Intentional Peer Support and the Hearing Voices Group. We are outward-looking and try to establish contact with new people through our relationships with social work teams, GPs and the local Mental Health Trust.
Underlying all that we do is a set of values that puts people first. We aim to be service-user led, to provide a safe and supportive environment where people can take steps to improve their wellbeing.
Support in Sutton
Sutton Mental Health Foundation offers a range of mental health support services for adults within the local community.
Intentional Peer Support
Working on the model devised by Shery Mead, we have trained a number of people who use mental health services in Sutton as Intentional Peer Support Workers helping support people in our local community.
We use the term “hearing voices” as a convenience, but it encompasses a whole spectrum of hearing voices and noises, seeing and feeling things that other people cannot. In psychiatric terms these are called hallucinations.
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