1 in 4 people in the UK will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year.
Fewer than four in ten employers will consider recruiting someone with a history of mental health problems.
People with mental health needs have the lowest employment rate of any disabled group.
Oakleaf offers its clients vocational training in upholstery, horticulture, and IT as a way to gain skills to return to work, as well as social inclusion activities encouraging confidence and reducing social isolation. For the wider community we host the Guildford Safe Haven, an alternative to A&E.
Our impact video
Vocational training helping clients return to work
Social inclusion activities encouraging confidence and reducing isolation
Counselling and advisory sessions for our clients
Guildford Safe Haven as an alternative to A&E, open 365 days a year
clients using our services per week
clients returning to work per year
social Inclusion activities held around Surrey every year