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Croydon


Lambeth


  • Lambeth Mind
  • Lambeth Mind Hearing Voices Group, Wednesday 5:45-7:00 pm. Call 020 7587 3758 to book a place
  • Lambeth Living Well Collaborative
  • The Southside Partnership supports people with mental health support needs and learning disabilities ToolTip in Lambeth and Southwark to lead more independent lives, through provision of services e.g. volunteering, peer support, resource centres and recovery/social inclusion projects
  • Mental Health and Disabled People's Network (South London), promoting mental health for service users ToolTip in Lambeth and Souhtwark: 33 Tomkyns House, Ethelred Estate, Distin Street, London SE11 6UL. Tel: 020 7793 7435; email: maryrobb464@live.com

Lewisham


Southwark


  • Southwark Mind Services Directory
  • Volunteer Centre Southwark, 8th Floor, Hannibal House, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6TE. Freephone 0800 0185 692
  • The Southside Partnership supports people with mental health support needs and learning disabilities ToolTip in Lambeth and Southwark to lead more independent lives, through provision of services eg volunteering, peer support, resource centres and recovery/social inclusion projects
  • Mental Health and Disabled People's Network (South London), promoting mental health for service users ToolTip in Lambeth and Souhtwark: 33 Tomkyns House, Ethelred Estate, Distin Street, London SE11 6UL. Tel: 020 7793 7435; email: maryrobb464@live.com
 

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Treatment information

You can download information about specific types of medication, here. You can also watch a film about medication (right). To find out more you can ask your care team, have a look at NHS Choices or through speaking to others in a health community - check out HealthUnlocked to find out more on health communities and how you can get involved.

Pharmacy information sessions
SLaM ToolTip pharmacists are available to give you more information about your medication, including what your medication is for and side effects. To make an appointment, look for specific hospital details below. You will be asked to give your name, date of birth and contact number when booking an appointment. 

Lambeth Hospital
Thirty minute sessions take place on an appointment basis. A session can be booked either in person at the Lambeth Hospital pharmacy hatch or by calling the pharmacist ToolTip on 020 3228 6327.

Appointments can be made as far as in advance as you would like and you shouldn't have to wait longer than 2 working days for an appointment.


Maudsley Hospital
Thirty minute sessions take place at the Maudsley, usually on Wednesdays between 3:00 and 4:00pm.

A session can be booked either in person at the Maudsley pharmacy hatch in the Outpatient ToolTip s Department or by calling the Pharmacy department on 0203 228 2334.

Bethlem Hospital

A Session can be booked either in person at the Bethlem pharmacy, or by calling the Pharmacy department on               0203 228 4196.

 

 
Get involved!

Why not check out HealthUnlocked? Here you can link up with other patients, carers ToolTip and families for support and answers.

SLaM ToolTip's operational arm of the Trust Wide Involvement Group is designed to ensure that a wider range of service users ToolTip are involved in the improvement and development of SLaM ToolTip services.
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Other useful links


Here are some of the other organisations who can provide you with information about mental health issues. If you want to view one of the websites then just click on the heading in blue.

Alzheimer's Society - The leading support and research charity for people with dementia ToolTip, their families and carers ToolTip. You can access specific information about dementia ToolTip here.
Barnardo's - A charity that deals with issues ranging from drug misuse to disability; youth crime to mental health; sexual abuse to domestic violence; child poverty to homelessness.
beat - Providing information and support to help adults and young people affected by eating disorders.
Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities - Providing information and support about learning disabilities ToolTip.
FRANK - Providing friendly and confidential advice about drugs.
Institute of Psychiatry - Providing post-graduate education and carrying out research in psychiatry, psychology, and allied disciplines, including basic and clinical neuroscience ToolTip.
Mental Health Care - Information for family members and friends of people who have psychosis ToolTip.
Mental Health Foundation - The UK's leading mental health research, policy and service improvement charity.
Mind - The leading mental health charity for England and Wales. Mind has many resources including information about conditions, treatments, guides to talking therapies ToolTip and much more.
National Autistic Society - The UK's leading charity for people with autism ToolTip (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. You can find out more information about
Nice - Information on various conditions, the main ones being; ADHD ToolTip, depression ToolTip, schizophrenia ToolTip, bipolar disorder, anxiety ToolTip, OCD ToolTip and BDD , panic and PTSD ToolTip.
Partners in Care - A provider ToolTip of therapeutic residential care and education to young people aged between 8 and 18 years.
Rethink - Rethink works to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life.
Royal College of Psychiatrists - The professional and educational body for psychiatrists in the United Kingdom, committed to improving the understanding of psychiatry and mental health (and other things like complementary treatments).
Samaritans - Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide.
SANE - SANE is a UK-wide charity working to improve quality of life for people affected by mental illness.
Young Minds - A charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people and empowering their parents and carers ToolTip.