South West London Recovery Cafés
There is no need for an
appointment, just turn up
and you’ll be met by a
listening ear and benefit
from companionship and
engaging in therapeutic
support.
South West London
Each Café
has space for
25 people at
a time
Recovery Cafés
Contact us for more information:
Hestia’s Recovery Café
966 Garratt Lane, Tooting, SW17 0ND
Phone: 07794 394 920
Email: Recoverycafe@hestia.org
5 mins from Tooting Broadway tube station and accessible by a range
of bus routes
Sunshine Recovery Café
296a Kingston Road, SW20 8LX
Phone: 07908 436 617
Email: info@sunshinerecoverycafe.org
Opposite Wimbledon Chase Train station and accessible by a range
of bus routes
Tooting
Wimbledon
About the Recovery Cafés
South West London and St George’s Mental
Health Trust have commissioned two Recovery
Cafes for residents in South West London
They offer safe, inclusive and welcoming
spaces for people who are struggling to cope
with their mental health during the evening and
weekends when other services maybe closed.
The aim is to support people to reduce their
immediate crisis and anxiety, and to safety
plan, drawing on strengths, resilience and
coping mechanisms to reduce the need to use
crisis services in the future.
Support and activities will include:

Group activities

One-to-one support

Chill out space

Advice, information and signposting

Hot meals and drinks for a small charge

Drop in from local mental health teams.
Both cafés are open at the following times:
6:00pm to 11:00pm on a Monday - Friday
12 noon to 11:00pm on a Saturday, Sunday
and every bank holiday.
Who are the Cafés for?
There is no
fee to use the
Recovery
Cafés
Adult residents (18 +) of
Kingston,
Richmond,
Wandsworth, Sutton and
Merton who are experiencing
difficulties with their mental
health and feel unable to cope.
This includes if people are
anxious or worried but don’t
have
support
networks
available to them.
About Hestia
Hestia is an organisation with over 45 years’
experience of providing housing, care and
support services to people in times of need.
About CDARS
CDARS aims to improve the lives of
vulnerable people and those with
complex needs.
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