Every Mind Matters


Banbury Safe Haven

Banbury Safe Haven is an out-of-hours, non-clinical space offering crisis support, signposting, safety planning and listening support over the weekend.

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Banbury Safe Haven leaflet


The County Council are launching a survey for Oxfordshire residents that will support the development of the suicide prevention multi-agency groups’ suicide and self-harm prevention strategy and action plan for 2020-2024.

Please complete their easy-to-use on-line questionnaire by clicking on the link below. All responses to this questionnaire are stored anonymously.

https://consultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk/consult.ti/OSSHP/consultationHome

Please also find a press release and a link to the full video to support the comms around this piece of work https://youtu.be/wL3evxViGTk


For Help with Mental Health Care:

When people need mental health care, support or advice they should call the 24/7 Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health Helpline.

Adults 01865 904997

Children and young people 01865 904998.


TalkingSpace Plus [NHS 18+]

TalkingSpace Plus can offer help to people with a range of common mental health problems including

TalkingSpace Plus work actively with people struggling with depression and anxiety,
helping them move forward and recover using psychological therapies that work.

https://www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk/talkingspaceplus/

You can self refer in the following ways: 

Telephone:    01865 901222

You will speak to an Administrator who will take your referral and book a telephone appointment with one of our Practitioners. 

Email talkingspaceplus@nhs.net 

Via our website: TalkingSpace website

Please complete our online form by clicking on this Link self-referral form

In writing: TalkingSpace Plus, Oxbridge Court, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES

Please write with your contact information, including: name, address, DoB, NHS Number and contact number


Oxfordshire Mind - Peer Support Groups

Our peer support groups are a safe, welcoming space to share activities, issues or thoughts and to meet people who may have experienced similar issues.

Groups may be specifically for men, women, parents, young people, people with shared beliefs, ethnicity or sexuality. They may be geographically based, or they may focus around an activity such as art, sports, music, walking, cooking etc. Groups take place in many locations around the county.

If you are interested in joining any of our peer support groups, please call our Information Line on 01865 247788 to arrange an Options Session (available over the phone or in person). An Options Session involves a short conversation about your wellbeing with one of our Wellbeing Workers and includes a short questionnaire.

During this we will identify together which of our groups or activities might be most useful at this time or signpost you to alternative activities. We will also send through further details about any recommended Mind courses or groups along with details of how to attend.

Please call our Information Line on 01865 247788 (Monday to Friday, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm) for more information and to book an Options Session.

Please click on this link for days, times and locations. Peer Support Group timetable

Meeting locations:-

Banbury - Banbury Wellbeing Hub, Britannia Road, OX16 5DN

Witney   - Witney Resource Centre, 6 Moorland Road, OX28 6LF

Bicester -  Bicester Sainsbury's Café, Pioneer Square, Bure Place, OX26 6FA

            -  Studio 2

Chipping Norton - Old Mill Café. 


Turning Point

Website:- Turning Point

Turning Point are a social enterprise, providing specialist and integrated services which focus on improving lives and communities across mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, primary care, the criminal justice system and employment.

The tailored personalised care helps achieve positive outcomes by offering choice, creating independence and helping people build a better life.

Part of Ground Floor, Rectory Centre, 27-29 Rectory Road

Oxford
Oxford
OX4 1DU

Telephone number for Oxfordshire is 0300 0134 776  and email address is Oxfordshire@turning-point.co.uk

Banbury Hub - Turning Point Banbury, Banbury Health Centre, 58 Bridge Street, Banbury, OX16 5QD. Tel: 01295 225 544

Find out more about our services in Oxfordshire on the Oxfordshire Wellbeing Cloud. Oxfordshire Wellbeing Cloud

Oxfordshire Roads to Recovery

What we do

Roads to Recovery is your countywide integrated alcohol and drugs service. We offer support to individuals throughout Oxfordshire from our full-time, dedicated recovery hubs.

At Turning Point we know that drugs and alcohol can affect many areas of your life and successful treatment start with being there. We get to know you as a person, to understand what it is that you need to help you turn your life around. We work closely with other organisations in the county to ensure that help is there when you need it.

Our services are free to you.

We offer a wide range of services from our hubs including:

  • Acupuncture, Reflexology and other complimentary therapies
  • Support with housing and benefits
  • Outreach workers to support engagement
  • Criminal Justice Services
  • 1 to 1 key working
  • Counselling
  • Variety of evidence based group work programmes
  • Opiate substitute prescribing
  • Community alcohol detox
  • Access to residential rehab
  • Treatment and advice with any blood-borne viruses (such as HIV or Hepatitis)
  • Access to Mutual Aid, Peer Mentoring, Peer Education and volunteering programmes
  • Access to education, training, volunteering and employment opportunities. 

Banbury Hub- This hub is open 5 days a week providing a full range of specialist services in the area

You can self refer by contacting the neighbourhood centre on 0207 233 3553 or by filling the above form.

This is our Referral Form . We accept referrals from individuals, organisations and family/friends.  

Referrals can be emailed, faxed or taken over the phone.  Our referral form is available at our service hubs, partner agencies and shared care settings.  

                          

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