Hackney locations

Our various centres provides care, support and advice for Jewish people aged 18 and over who are experiencing problems with their mental health.

The centres provide a wide range of social and therapeutic services to support the individual needs of people along their recovery journey leading towards independence and social inclusion. We offer a wide range of services which people can access, based on their particular needs.

  • Access to a Mental Health Social Worker
  • Access to an Independent Living Occupational Therapist
  • Support and advice via home visits
  • Mental health advocacy support
  • Support with volunteering opportunities
  • Support accessing mental health services and various other services
  • Access to specialist programmes and workshops
  • Computer learning and support
  • Therapeutic and creative programmes
  • Drop-in to benefit from the Centre’s social environment

Over the past few years we have been fortunate to have, as part of the centre’s service provision, a number of dedicated and very capable volunteers who’s input and attitude are much appreciated by staff and service users alike. The centre’s monthly programme of activities is complimented by the volunteers’ essential quality input and they are an integral part of the holistic service package the centre provides.

We continue to provide worthwhile opportunities to potential volunteers. We look forward to work with peoples’ skills and enthusiasm to make sure that people feel motivated, supported and fulfilled in their roles of volunteers at the centre.