Mental Health Support
Providing local mental health support to adults living in Aldershot is a huge aspect of our work at The Vine Centre, with over 80% of those accessing our services reporting that they struggle with their mental health. We offer our support to anyone who is not currently under the community mental health team or working with another organisation. We can support those with addiction, anger, or learning difficulties alongside mental health needs. Our staff are fully trained and accredited and can support with a range of needs - PTSD, anxiety, depression - as well as those with a dual diagnosis.
How do we support your mental health?
We have specially trained support staff to support with 1-1 mental health sessions. You will be able to see the same person each week at a pre-arranged time that is suitable for you. We can be flexible around childcare, work or any other commitments you might have.
The aim of our mental health support is to help you make changes to be able to manage and improve your mental health. We can explore your personal difficulties and worries, help you to understand your triggers and then techniques to learn how to manage them. Our support will provide you with the confidence to be able to manage your mental health, and achieve more sustainable independence.
If you have to wait to get a 1-1 appointment we will always recommend you attend one of our other groups or support services whilst you wait. Our Therapeutic Art, or Culture Cafe are great places to take some time out of your day and, if you want to, chat to other people. Our centre is friendly and welcoming with no judgement or pressure from staff or other people accessing our services.