The Richmond Fellowship provides health care to people living with the effects of mental health problems. The charity's services include supported housing, care homes, flexible visiting or full time carers, employment and training services.

Richmond Fellowship is a National Charity and are one of the largest voluntary sector providers of mental health support services in England.

Since 1959 their services have pioneered work with individuals, communities, and families to overcome mental ill health and support people on their recovery journeys.

Richmond Fellowship is now part of Recovery Focus, a national group of charities inspiring individual recovery nationwide by providing mental health and substance misuse services.

To find out more about who they are, their history and what they do at this link.

Services and Support

The charity offers a wide range of services and support including supported housing, care homes, flexible visiting or full time carers, employment services, training services and community based schemes and inclusion programmes.

A full list of their support services can be found at this link

To find out what services are available in your area follow this link.

Urgent Help

Richmond Fellowship don’t run a 24 hour helpline.but if you need emergency care or crisis support a list of organisations that you can contact is available at this link.

Latest News

All the latest news and views from the Richmond Fellowship is available here.


For contact details, including enquiry email addresses and application forms, click here.

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