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Oakleaf Enterprise

101 Walnut Tree Close
01483 303649
[email protected]

Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.

We offer on-the-job training in horticulture, upholstery, IT and print finishing for direct mail, enabling people to acquire new skills and ultimately return to work.

Through their placement at Oakleaf, our clients are able to gain up-to-date qualifications, practical experience and increase their confidence levels.

Oakleaf also operates as a social enterprise, selling high quality upholstery, gardening and print finishing and fulfilment services at competitive rates.

Oakleaf provides a relaxed but purposeful atmosphere where clients can learn at their own pace. Our staff are understanding and caring, offering encouragement, instruction and guidance where necessary.

Self referral or referral from professional



Mary Frances Trust

23, The Crescent
Surrey, KT22 8DY

Telephone:01372 375400

Text: 07929 024722

E-mail: [email protected]

  • The Butterfly Café is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11am to 2pm at The Crescent Centre in Leatherhead (formerly The Clubhouse) providing a choice of food and drinks, and is an opportunity for social interaction in a supportive environment
  • There is a programme of groups and activities at The Crescent Centre, some of the groups run regularly on a weekly basis for example Computer Sessions, Open Art Group, Complementary Therapies. Other groups and activities run on a selection of themes for a shorter period of 2 to 5 weeks for example Assertiveness, Jewellery Making.
  • Regular appointments are available for Advice & Support and Learning & Skills
  • The Advice and Support service offers free and confidential advice and support on a range of issues, for example: benefits, housing, accessing the services that the person needs.The aims of the service are to resolve issues which are of concern, allow people to take control of their lives and make informed decisions by being able to access the right information and support in a safe environment.
  • There are 3 self-help groups each run on a monthly basis - Coping with Anxiety, Bipolar, Hoarding
  • There are opportunities to help run the café and reception
  • Complementary Therapies at a nominal fee
  • Advice & Support on Weight Management
  • Stop Smoking Support
  • Healthy Eating & Cooking Course
  • Gardening Group
  • Art Group
  • Short Walks
  • Table tennis & Badminton
  • Cycling etc.

Self Referral
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