Staff in the Safe Places receive a variety of training (First Aid, Mental Health First Aid, Dementia Awareness, Deaf Awareness and more) so they are prepared to offer a warm welcome.
The staff will offer support both local residents and visitors to the town .
Signposting to local support agencies
If you are lost or afraid look for a Safe Place sticker. You can go into a Safe Place and ask for help. You can meet new people in Safe Places.
You can see a list of all Guildfords Safe Place below or click the button below to see an interactive map.
*Safe Place available when sign displayed outside
You can also opt to carry a Safe Places card with your emergency contacts on the back.
You can pick up your Safe Place card from:
Warm hubs are local, safe, accessible, warm and welcoming spaces where you are welcome to spend your day. Whether you need a quiet space to work, want to connect and enjoy the company of others, entertain the kids or have a bite of lunch, there is something for everyone.
In Guildford we have warm hubs located at:
1.The Hive Community Centre 2. Guildford Baptist Church 3. Guildford United Reformed Church 4. Guildford Library 5. Grace Church 6. Guildford Community Learning Centre 7. Oak Cafe at St Peters Shared Church St Francis Church Merrow Methodist Church**
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