Greenwich Mental Health

Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind provide the following services in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. These services are only available to residents of Greenwich borough.


Greenwich Counselling offers free counselling to Greenwich residents. This includes crisis, relationship and culturally-sensitive counselling.

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Peer Support

Greenwich Peer Support runs a vibrant and diverse range of support groups and activities for adults who are experiencing mental health issues.

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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.

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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.

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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 Greenwich 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.

Greenwich Mindful Mums

Mindful Mums helps pregnant women and new mums to look after their own health and wellbeing during pregnancy and in the first year of their baby’s life.

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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Connecting Communities Alliance

The Connecting Communities Alliance helps people who are using specialist services manage the transition to using mainstream services.