All about: Mental Health services

Advice and information about mental health and services in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.

Healthwatch Kingston has published our 'iCope Kingston service user review report: update'.

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Kingston iCope service offer

Kingston residents requiring mental health support through the NHS, including depression (including related to or impacting long term health conditions), anxiety disorders, phobia, and trauma can access a range of evidence based psychological treatments through the iCope Kingston service.

iCope is an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme and in Kingston it is delivered by the Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust out of Hollyfield House in Surbiton.

Mind in Kingston - provide a range of services designed to support people with mental health issues in our local community to maintain and improve their mental wellbeing, increase their self-esteem and self-confidence, make meaningful connections with others  and be able to live independently in their local community.

Kingston Samaritans - 'Have been helping those struggling to cope, including through our work locally (Kingston, Surbiton, Esher, New Malden and Richmond) since 1968. Our service is needed more than ever because of the impact of the coronavirus.'

If you've not found what you want here, please email or call on 020 3326 1255, leave a message with your contact email/phone number, and one of our team will get back to you within 72 hours.

Connected Kingston can also help you find support and activities in your local community which may help improve your health and wellbeing. The online directory lists a number of voluntary and community groups around the borough of Kingston where you could meet new people and become more involved your local community. 

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