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Mind Jersey 

Extent: Jersey
Updated 11 November 2013

See website for contact details:- www.mindjersey.org

Patient Advocacy

Mind Jersey provides a free, confidential and independent patient advocacy service for people with mental health difficulties.

Specialist Mental Health Advocacy provides independent, impartial, confidential support for mental health service users on issues relating to the care and treatment of their mental disorder.

Advocacy can help you with:-

  • Understanding what your rights are.
  • Communicating with mental health staff and other professionals.
  • Ensuring you have enough information about your care and treatment
  • Ensuring you have enough information about the article you may have been detained under, and what this means in practice.
  • Explaining how, and to whom, you can appeal against detention.
  • Supporting you at Ward Round and other meetings.
  • Supporting you at Mental Health tribunals.
  • Planning your care package.
  • Putting you in touch with other specialist services.
  • Making a complaint.

What Advocacy is not?

  • Legal advice
  • Befriending
  • Counselling
  • A substitute for making existing services more accessible, acceptable and effective.

The advocate, Patricia Winchester, can be contacted by ringing 07797 716447 and leaving a message, or by asking the staff on the ward at Orchard House to contact the advocate.

Carer Support Service

Service is available to anybody who cares for an adult with a mental illness. Regular meetings are arranged for carers and the service is co-ordinated by Stephen McCrimmon telephone 07797717767.


3 Waverley Terrace
St Saviour's Road
St Helier

Telephone 789404
Helpline - 851124 (provisional)

Camelot is a home for mental health sufferers, owned and run by the charity, it provides people recovering a halfway house before being fully rehabilitated in the community. Camelot has six bedrooms, one of which is kept for respite or short-term occupancy.

St Saviours' Road
St Helier

Oakville is a building where the facilities include bedsits and a flat.

No. 10 Winchester Street is a home for mental health sufferers, owned and run by the charity. It has five bedrooms.

The charity also own the Nearly New Shop in New Street, run by volunteers to raise funds. There are two flats above it for service users.