Lewisham Wellbeing Hub Community Directory

Our community directory lists services that are based in and/or serve the borough of Lewisham. It is a list to help signpost you to other services that may be able to help with your needs.

If you are finding it hard to navigate the services that are out there, you need advice regarding a service, or would like to suggest a service we should list here, please contact us at Lewisham-Wellbeing-Hub@Together-uk.org.

Sydenham Gardens

Sydenham Garden is a unique wellbeing centre utilising its gardens, nature reserve and activity rooms to help people in their recovery from mental and physical ill-health in Lewisham.

They aim to do this through providing co-workers (the name we give to our primary beneficiaries) an opportunity to take part in one of our five main projects, along with many supplementary activities and clubs. Four of those projects are focused on Adult Mental Health and include gardening, art & craft, cooking and opportunities to achieve recognised qualifications. The fifth project is focused on Dementia and includes all the same elements but underpins them with Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST).

Find out more at www.sydenhamgarden.org.uk/.

The Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network

The Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network are a leading migrants’ rights charity in south London – advocating and supporting those most vulnerable.

They advise on critical immigration cases, prevent homelessness, improve wellbeing, meet basic needs and campaign for change.

Find out more at www.lrmn.org.uk/.


METRO is an equality, diversity and inclusion services charity, working in London, Essex, Kent, Medway, Surrey and West Sussex. They work across five domains in Youth, Mental health, Sexual health, HIV and Community.

Metro work towards creating a world where diversity is celebrated, difference is respected and valued, and where optimum health and wellbeing is achievable for everyone.

Find out more at metrocharity.org.uk/.

The NHS South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust

The NHS South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust provide the widest range of NHS mental health services in the UK. They serve a local population of 1.3 million people in south London, as well as specialist services for children and adults across the UK and beyond.

Each year The NHS South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust provide inpatient care for over 5,000 people, and treat more than 40,000 patients in the community in Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and Croydon.

Find out more at slam.nhs.uk.

The 999 Club

The 999 Club have a vision that no one will sleep on the streets in South East London. Their approach to achieving that vision is to provide a friendly open door for anyone that is sleeping on the streets or at risk of sleeping on the streets so that they can help people to help themselves escape from homelessness.

Find out more at www.999club.org/.

Carers Lewisham

Carers Lewisham provide practical and emotional support to unpaid carers, empowering people who care for a family member, neighbour or close friend to actively manage the challenges they face, and thrive.

Their services include:

  • Information and Advice providing practical support, such as applying for a Carers Assessment, welfare benefits or emergency grants
  • Specialist services tailored to people who care for someone with dementia or mental health needs.
  • Health and Wellbeing activities that help carers exercise, relax and share experiences with others.

Find out more at www.carerslewisham.org.uk/.