Community Access Project
The Community Access Project can help you if:
- You live in the Aldershot, Farnborough and Fleet areas and are aged between 18-65
- You are experiencing mental distress, (depression, anxiety, stress, loneliness, schizophrenia etc).
- You do not have support from any other mental health worker or Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN) or receive any other one-to-one support from other agencies.
- People with a dual diagnosis who may need support to attend other organisations and activities.
People with all diverse needs are welcome.
How can the Community Access Project Help?
The project provides support to individuals who are struggling to get the most out of life. We can offer friendly, impartial advice on coping with a wide range of daily activities including:
- Keeping appointments
- Socialising and hobbies
- Encouraging good housekeeping skills (we do not provide housework or cleaning)
- Information seeking
- We will support you to achieve personal targets (this will be regularly reviewed)
We can also help you if you would like to:
- Return to education or
- Access other support services
How can I get help?
We are not attached to any medical or psychiatric service. If you think you would benefit from the services we offer, please feel free to contact us yourself.
Carers of people with mental health problems are also welcome to contact us on their behalf.
How long can I get help for?
Contact with the project is not time limited. We can support you for a short period of time to help with a specific life event, or you may find that help is needed for several months.Support is on a solution focused basis which is client led.
Please remember that once help is no longer needed, you are very welcome to contact us again at any time should you need to.
What happens next?
Project staff will meet with you either at home or in a mutually agreed public place, usually a cafe. This will give you a chance to find out more about how we can help you and to discuss with someone what your needs are.
The Next Step .......
To find out more about the Community Access Project .......
Contact the Community Access Project at RVS:
- Service Manager CAP,
- Community Centre,
- Meudon Avenue,
- GU14 7LE
Tel: 07894 606244
To send us an e-mail, click: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of last update: November 2015