Mental Health concerns
If you are struggling to cope and need to talk, trained Shout Volunteers are here for you, day or night.
Support for mental well-being.
Specialists in mental health crisis management.
If you feel you need support and cannot cope, the Samaritans can help you with guidance and support.
Stay ALive app
If you are feeling suicidal, the Stay ALive app has a dedicated Surrey section.
Wider support organisations
We have listed a number of other organisations that can support you in a whole host of matters from brain injury to financial worries.
Surrey Acquired Brain Injury Network (SABIN)
Headway Surrey is a member of the main Steering Committee.
The Children's Trust
Under 18s acquired brain injury for children in the UK, based in Tadworth Surrey. Includes a transition to adulthood service.
The Silverlining Charity
Social activities for brain injury survivors, holidays, walks.
The Silver Lining Charity website
Headway UK is a national umbrella body to support and help over 130 establish Headway Groups throughout the UK (Headway Surrey is a member and a separate charitable organisation, with its own policy and procedures). Headway UK provides Parliamentary Lobbying, booklets, an Emergency Fund, Brain Injury ID Cards, an Approved Solicitors Directory and other useful things.
Financial Support Available in Surrey
If you are struggling financially, you may find help here.
Surrey County Council Household support
How you can Help Us
Donate to Headway Surrey
We rely on voluntary donations to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families. There are many ways to make a donation
It is surprisingly easy to help raise funding for Headway Surrey.