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Mind in Croydon - The Hub

What is the hub?
The Hub at Fairfield offers support to people with mental health problems and is an extension to Mind in Croydon’s Social Networking Service.
The Hub at Fairfield is a direct response to the day care questionnaire carried out by Mind in Croydon in 2013.

How can the hub help?
The Hub supports people to understand and manage their mental and physical health issues.
The Hub provides a safe place for people who are lonely and isolated to meet and socialise with people and a place for them to receive practical help and advice.
The Hub is also open on a Saturday from 10am til 5pm with a reasonably-priced hot meal at lunchtime.

How do we do this?
Assisting with:
• Form filling
• Benefit issues
• Managing bills and debt
• Outreach support
• Community issues (issues with neighbours)

We review each person accessing the service at regular intervals - three, six and twelve months.

Fairfield House, 10 Altyre Road, East Croydon, Surrey, CR0 5LA
Umbrella org:
Mind In Croydon
Area serviced:
LB Croydon
Contact name:
Jacqui Dyce
Job title:
Service Manager
020 8688 1210
020 8680 0642
Opening times:
Waiting times:
Who is it for:
Adults 18-65 years with mental health problem who would benefit from support or are accessing secondary mental health services in last two years
Disabled access:
How to apply:
Referral form on the leaflet on our website - Referrals accepted from health and social care professionals (inc GPs) and other mental health services including voluntary services
Any that pass through East Croydon (many routes)
East Croydon

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Service Definitions

Services providing advice and information relating to all aspects of mental health.
This is the support or care that a person can expect to receive once discharged from inpatient care. Typically a discharge plan will be developed by the multidisciplinary team with the service user which will make clear what care and support will be provided.
These day centres provide a supportive environment for mental health service users and offer varied leisure, vocational and therapeutic activities.
Services offering advice to help solve or manage personal debt problems.
Groups or organisations set up to support the specific needs of mental health service users, and their carers.

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