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Oxford Safe Haven

If you experience a mental health crisis at the weekend, you can self refer to Oxford Safe Haven by calling 01865 903 037. Safe Haven is a non-clinical, face to face safe space to get short-term support in mental health crisis when other services are not available. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 6pm-10pm. To access ...
Telephone: 01865 903037
Mobile: 07710 092849 Lines are only open from 5pm on the day of the service.

Littlemore Mental Health Centre

The Littlemore Mental Health Centre provides specialist care for people experiencing a range of acute mental health difficulties. It includes a psychiatric intensive care unit and forensic mental health services. The adult inpatient wards at the Littlemore are: Ashurst Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit Phoenix Ward Kennet Ward Glyme Ward Wenric Ward Lambourn House Kingfisher Ward ...

Wellbeing in the Workplace

Oxfordshire Mind works with employers across the county to help them improve workplace wellbeing, improving staff understanding of mental health problems and support for people. Provide posters for your staff room or intranet promoting the Information Service. Adopt the Five Ways to Wellbeing for your wellbeing events to encourage staff to take care of their ...

Fundraising

Whether you want to run, cycle, disco, raffle or rumba for us, download our fundraising pack and tell us what you are doing, and we will send you some fundraising freebies. Every penny you fund-raise for us will help us help even more people who are affected by mental health problems, and we are incredibly ...

Oxfordshire Family Mediators

Oxfordshire Family Mediators (OFM) is a group of FMC Accredited family mediators. They provide a paid mediation service in Oxford and Banbury, offering a way of addressing divorce and separation which differs from court settlements. The mediators help you find your own solutions when relationships break down, and they aim to provide an all-round approach ...

Asylum Welcome/Venda Club

Asylum Welcome tackles suffering and isolation among asylum seekers, refugees and detainees who have fled persecution and danger in their own countries and seek refuge in Oxford and Oxfordshire. Children who arrive in the UK ‘unaccompanied’ (without a parent or guardian) are confused, homesick and traumatised by the journey. They lack the ability to present ...

What to do in an Emergency

Contact your General Practitioner (GP) if you are not known to mental health services. If you, a friend or relative are experiencing mental health problems and need emergency treatment, you should contact your General Practitioner (GP) in the first instance. Your GP is your family doctor, the doctor you would normally go to see if ...

If you are being seen by Adult Mental Health Services [AMHT]

If you are currently in contact with mental health services in Oxfordshire, please refer to your Care Plan for information about what you should do if you are feeling more unwell or unsafe. Your Care Plan will contain helpful instructions about how to help yourself in a crisis and who to contact for further assistance. ...

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)?

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, which is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. In 2015, 75% of all UK suicides were male. The CALM helpline is for men in the UK who are feeling down or have ...
Nationwide: 0800 58 58 58
London: 0808 802 58 58

Cherwell and West Oxfordshire Wellbeing Hub (Witney)

Oxfordshire Mind has Wellbeing Hubs in Abingdon, Banbury, Oxford and Witney, which are part of the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Service, split into three localities. Wellbeing Hubs provide peer support groups, a programme of short courses and workshops designed to promote wellbeing and many creative activities and groups. Some Peer support groups also take place in ...

Mind & Response Housing Partnership

Provides a range of supported accommodation options for people with mental health and housing needs in Oxfordshire. The OMHP provides a housing and support programme for people with mental health problems in Oxfordshire, funded by the NHS and Oxfordshire County Council and delivered by four organisations: Oxfordshire Mind, Response, Elmore and Connection. They provide a ...
General enquiries: 01865 263759
Mind Referral Coordinator: 01865 797751

Supporting someone who feels suicidal

You might feel unsure of what to do, but there are lots of things that might help. You could: Encourage them to talk about their feelings Encourage them to seek treatment and support Offer emotional support Offer practical support Help them think of ideas for self-help Help them to make a support plan See the ...

Supported Housing Service

Oxfordshire Mind’s Supported Housing Service offers accommodation with support in Oxford City and in West and South Oxfordshire. Staff are available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and we have an on-call service out out of hours for emergencies. Accommodation is provided in various settings including large and small shared houses and self-contained flats. The ...
General enquiries: 01865 263 759
Mind Referral Coordinator: 01865 263 764

Adult Mental Health Services (AMHT) - Oxford & North East Oxon

If you are currently in contact with mental health services in Oxfordshire, please refer to your Care Plan for information about what you should do if you are feeling more unwell or unsafe. Your Care Plan will contain helpful instructions about how to help yourself in a crisis and who to contact for further assistance. ...
01865 902200
Warneford Hospital night team (9pm - 7am): 01865 901000

Adult Mental Health Services (AMHT) - North & West Oxon

If you are currently in contact with mental health services in Oxfordshire, please refer to your Care Plan for information about what you should do if you are feeling more unwell or unsafe. Your Care Plan will contain helpful instructions about how to help yourself in a crisis and who to contact for further assistance. ...

Adult Mental Health Services (AMHT) - South Oxon

If you are currently in contact with mental health services in Oxfordshire, please refer to your Care Plan for information about what you should do if you are feeling more unwell or unsafe. Your Care Plan will contain helpful instructions about how to help yourself in a crisis and who to contact for further assistance. ...

The Park Club Oxford

Fully equipped, state-of-the art gym with excellent facilities for all abilities. The Park Club Oxford benefits from a group exercise studio, steam room, swimming pool, offering swimming lessons for children and adults in Oxford and the area, personal training, spa, therapy rooms, a cycling studio and free parking for our customers ...

The Park Club Milton

Our gym at The Park Club Milton in Abingdon is Oxfordshire’s largest, best-equipped health club with 3 rowing machines, over 13 treadmills, more than 15 elliptical steppers and many more lifting equipment. Just outside of the big hall, an additional area is dedicated to dead-lifting exercises. ...