Lambeth Mental Health

South East London Mind provides the following mental health services in the London borough of Lambeth. These services are available to residents in the borough of Lambeth only.

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Being Dad

These friendly groups are for expectant and new dads or men with parenting responsibility.

Information service for mental health support in Lambeth and Southwark

Information Service

Confidential telephone and email signposting for people experiencing mental health difficulties, their families, professionals and people in the community.

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Suicide Bereavement Service

This service supports people who have lost someone to suicide in Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.

Telephone Befriending

SEL Mind provide a friendly, safe and confidential telephone befriending service. This includes a regular weekly 30-minute chat with the same volunteer for up to 3 months.

Directory of Mental Health Services

Our directory contains details of more than 600 organisations and services available to people living in Lambeth.

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Lambeth COIN

A directory of vocational and social opportunities across Lambeth for adults with long term health conditions who are looking for paid work.

Mindful Mums

Mindful Mums’ award-winning wellbeing groups help women look after their own mental wellbeing during pregnancy and the first year of their baby’s life.

Helpful Resources

In addition to our Emergency Support page, please see our useful resources for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis in Lambeth and Southwark.

Black River Counselling - currently closed

Black River counselling is a free online service supporting people of Black African/African-Caribbean heritage during challenging times.

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Low Cost Counselling - currently closed

The Low Cost Counselling team are volunteer trainees in the later stages of their training as well as qualified therapists.