Certitude has provided mental health support to Londoners for over 30 years.
Our support is focused on enabling the right support at the right time, with an understanding that at different points in life, people need differing levels of support to stay well.
We are committed to enabling people to recover and live well within their own local communities. As well as providing general mental health support within our registered care, supported living and community support, we also provide alternatives to hospital admissions. These not only deliver better outcomes for the person living in a less restrictive setting, but also deliver financial and other efficiencies to the system as a whole.
A fundamental part of our mental health support is the power of people designing, leading, and delivering on what good support looks and feels like. Solidarity in a Crisis has led the way in demonstrating the impact of peer-led support and we have expanded this approach to where we provide accommodation-based support.
Solidarity in a Crisis (SiaC)
Peer-led support for people experiencing a mental health crisis in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.
Short-term Intensive Support
Offering short stay supported living for people during their recovery following an inpatient stay at hospital.
Community Rehabilitation Support
Providing a community based alternative to hospital stays, with support offered for up to three months.
To feel supported and connected to do the things we’re interested in. Whether that’s support with independent living, learning new activities, making friends or taking a break, we have a wide range of community activities and supports.
Our Family Support team offers advice, support and information to families and carers of people we support.