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Service User Network (SUN Project)

Who we are

The Service User Network (SUN) is a community based support service which aims to help people better manage the difficulties associated with having a personality disorder.

Who is the service for

This service is for adults aged 18 and over who live in, and whose GP is located in, Kingston, Richmond, Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth.

Conditions we treat

We cover the following conditions:

Personality Disorder

Where to find us

Yew Tree (Newton Building)
Springfield University Hospital
Glenburnie Road
Tooting
London
SW17 7DJ

Telephone: 0203 513 5558

Our opening hours

As the group timetable. Please contact the administrator on 0203 513 5558 for further details

Who you might see / our staff

Dr Devika Khanna: Consultant Psychiatrist 

Dr Jonathan Garabette: Consultant

 

Hillary Gweshe: Team Manager

 

Viv Ddagirira: Administrator

What you can expect

The SUN is operational between 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

The group programme comprises nine support groups weekly across three areas Wandsworth, Sutton & Merton, and Kingston & Richmond. All SUN groups take place across the five SW London boroughs in community venues.

There is no formal assessment process. However, membership is dependent on the completion of a Crisis and Support Plan (CASP) which takes place at the first meeting with support from other group members and facilitators. All work is carried out in the groups, and there is no care coordination or any One to One appointments.

Member are expected to be supportive of the groups, their fellow members and the facilitators. Unsupportive members may be asked to take time out from attending the groups to reflect on their unsupportive behavior.

Members are free to use the groups when it suits them, and there is no limit to the length of time people stay in the SUN.

Referrals

Self referral only. Professionals are recommended to advise their clients to call us.

Self refer by calling 0203 513 5558

Conditions we treat

 
 

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