John Williams House
4b High Street
Reigate RH2 9AY
How we can help
Our team of approx. 15 volunteers provide support at High Down. Twice a year we train a group of prisoners to become Listeners, who then form a rota and are available 24 hours a day to support fellow prisoners. Every Saturday morning, some of the team meet with current Listeners so that they can talk about any prisoners of concern, personal concerns and provide further relevant training when necessary. There may be additional visits if prison staff have asked us to see prisoners of concern.
We have a team of volunteers who go in to local senior schools and give a presentation on emotional health. We currently see students between years 9-11 in Reigate school, Reigate Grammar, St Bede's and The Warwick. We hope the presentation will help the students to be more aware of when they may need to seek help and how to get support when they are experiencing difficult times.
- Accessible toilets
- Wheelchair accessible
- Narrow cobbled alleyway leading to branch has to be negotiated first.
Part of the local community since 1964
We have around 120 volunteers taking calls and instant messages. We work in the community through schools, prisons, detention centres, the railways and local businesses.
Visit our branch
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are closed to visitors at this time.
Our branch is situated up the narrow cobbled alleyway next to Halliwell Marks in Reigate town centre.
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