What is it?
Mind in Haringey have teamed up with Clarendon Recovery College and Barnet Enfield Haringey Mental Health Trust to create Safe Haven: a mental health crisis support line, open 7 days a week, 5pm-8pm.
Originally, the Safe Haven was a crisis café service, which aimed to provide a safe space for individuals who were at risk of a mental health crisis.
Due to the pandemic, we have re-designed the service temporarily (until 2021) to be a virtual and over the phone service.
Who is it for?
This service is primarily for: adults aged over 18 who are living in Haringey and/or has a Haringey GP.
How does it help?
The Safe Haven will provide short-term intervention to support individuals who are vulnerable and isolated.
The Safe Haven service delivers a non-medical intervention, working collaboratively with users to reduce the crisis and isolation; through enabling and supporting the user to develop safety/wellbeing crisis plans.