What our Clients say

  • “When I was looking for help, Bridge gave me the advice and encouragement I needed to become the person I wanted to be. Their friendly service has put me on a path to independent living”.

    Clifton - Tilt Project
    Clifton - Tilt Project
  • “I have been ill since 1989. In that time I’ve received invaluable support from Bridge. Seeing support workers regularly and talking about my problems helps me manage and I’m doing well”.

    John - Self-Referral
    John - Self-Referral
  • “My support worker Sue has been a great addition in my life, she has always helped me get my confidence back and is always there for me whenever I need a lift. I’ve made a true friend”.

    Carol - Medium Support
    Carol - Medium Support

How Can We Help Them?

  • We can help them if they are a resident of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and are experiencing mental health issues
  • If your friend or relative is being released from a secure unit they can move into our high support home
  • They can move into one of our self-contained flats where they will have access to a key worker from 9am – 9pm
  • We can help them if they require up to 1-20 hours per week of support while staying at home to establish themselves in their community
  • Being supported for a short period of time in your new home as you move onto full independence
  • If you need a temporary increase in support during periods of ill health
  • If you would like to enrol on a course at our Recovery College Greenwich

Let Us Help Them

Please contact us here if you want to reach out for help or have any questions about our service. We will endeavour to respond as quickly as possible to your enquiry.
To contact us by phone, please call 020 8298 9677.
To contact us by email, please use info@bridgesupport.org