Bromley Mental Health

Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind provides a range of mental health and dementia services to help people who live in Bromley look after and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

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Bromley Recovery Works

Recovery Works provides a range of opportunities to assist adults in recovery from mental health problems, helping them take control and build a meaningful and satisfying life.

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Bromley Recovery College

Have fun, learn something new or get fit while exploring and boosting your mental health with Bromley Recovery College’s exciting range of courses. Our new Summer 2022 prospectus is out now!

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Peer Support groups

A service for adults with experience of mental health issues who want to support and be supported by those with shared experience.

Bromley Peer Support

Peer Support Befriending

Bromley Peer Support Befriending provides a one-to-one service to people whose mental health makes accessing their local communities difficult.

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Bromley Well

Bromley Well provides a range of services to support adults at the first signs of mental, physical or social distress to stay well and remain independent.

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Employment Support (IPS)

The IPS Employment Support service helps people living with mental health issues to find work and live independently.

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Support for Employers

Support for Employers is a free employment service helping organisations in Bromley and across London make positive changes to their recruitment processes.

Benefits Assessment Support

Benefits Assessment Support helps adults experiencing mental health difficulties to prepare for and attend benefits assessments.

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Suicide Bereavement Service

The South East London Suicide Bereavement Service supports people who have lost someone to suicide in Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.

Bromley Mindful Mums

Mindful Mums’ award-winning wellbeing groups help women look after their own mental wellbeing during pregnancy and the first year of birth.

Being Dad

Being Dad groups are for expectant/new dads or men with parenting responsibility. They help men look after their wellbeing during a life-changing time.

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Hospital to Home

Run in collaboration with Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Hospital to Home is an integrated support service designed to make a client’s transition from an acute mental health ward back into the community as positive as possible.

Perinatal Community Support

The Perinatal Community Support Service supports mums to be and new mums who are likely to, or are experiencing, problems during the perinatal period.