Mental Health Services

Please see below for Mental Health services available within Southwark:

NHS Choices

A new information hub on the NHS Choices website offers young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression anxiety and stress. For more information please click here


OASIS is an outreach and support service that offers advice and support for people, aged 14- 35, who are having psychological and emotional problems. for more information please click here.

Southwark Wellbeing Hub

The wellbeing hub is a service that can provide information, support and navigation when you are concerned over your own mental health or the mental health of someone else. The service run drop-ins and pop-ups but can also provide information and support via telephone, text and email. Please find below the contact details for the hub;

Opening Hours: 9am- 5pm Monday to Friday (Drop-Ins: 12pm- 5pm, Monday to Friday)

(From 26th March 2018 our Drop-ins will be on: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 1pm to 5pm)

Telephone: 0203 751 9684

Txt: 'HUB1' and your query to 82727


Address: Southwark Wellbeing Hub at Thames Reach Employment Academy, 29 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UA

Time To Change

Time to Change is England's biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.
They are an anti-stigma campaign run by the leading mental health charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.
Their aim is to start a conversation or hopefully thousands of conversations about mental health.

For more information, please click here

Blackfriars Settlement Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Support and personal development for people recovering from difficulties with their mental health. We also have a health club for same group.

For more information, please click here

Online Resources

Good Mental Health Matters

Do you ever feel overwhelmed, anxious, under pressure, depressed, vulnerable, fearful of the future, scared of your own emotions or not able to sleep well? You’re not alone. We are here to help. If you need urgent help now and cannot see your GP today, please call NHS 111.
For online resources relating to maintaining good mental health please visit: