A new state-of-the-art mental health hub is being created in High Wycombe to provide a centre of excellence for people in South Buckinghamshire.

Set to start operating later this month at the former registry office building in Easton Street. It will ultimately bring together a range of mental health teams under one roof.

The move is happening to provide a better-integrated quality service to adults and young people. With care being delivered in a fresh, modern environment.

Service areas will be zoned with separate entrances for service users of different age groups. (This is to reduce anxiety for people attending appointments).

The site also benefits from increased public parking, nearby public transport links, onsite refreshments, and great accessible facilities.

Also, the building will also have strong ‘green’ credentials. It has low energy lighting, cycling bays and e-vehicle charging points.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust services will be relocating there in a phased programme between May and July. These include:

  • Early Intervention Service
  • Chiltern Community Mental Health Team
  • Perinatal Mental Health Service
  • Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
  • Older Adult Mental Health Services & Memory Clinics
  • Continuing Health Care.

It will be officially opening in the summer.

Getting there 

Arriving by Bus:

There are two bus stops a short walk away.

Stop 1: Disembark the bus at Trinity Church, High Wycombe, HP11 1BJ (Either side of the road).

Stop 2: Disembark the bus at Easton Street (Stop E) High Wycombe HP11 1LT.

From Easton Street, enter St. John’s Place just to the left of the ruins, follow the road round to the right of the initial building which will bring you to the South Buckinghamshire Community Mental Health Hub, Oxford Health NHS FT directly behind.

Arriving by Car:

Pay and display parking is available just next door at Railway Place Car Park.

HP11 1XS (approximate location for GPS)


Payment machines only accept credit /debit cards.

Payment can also be made using a mobile phone via RingGo.

Monday to Saturday 7 am to 7 pm

2 hours – £2.00

6 hours – £4.00

12 hours – £6.50

However, please consult the website before visiting for further information: Railway Place car park (wycombe.gov.uk).

Mobility issues:  

Patients with limited mobility will be able to ‘drop off’ at the appropriate entrance and can then park in the nearby public car park. To use the drop-off point at the front of the building, turn left into St. John’s place just before the ruins, follow the road round to the right of the initial building which will bring you to our new Centre directly behind.

Lastly, they look forward to welcoming you into the new premises.

Please note, there is not a main telephone number for Saffron House (the new name for Easton Street) – but the teams still hold their main numbers:

CAMHS: 01865 901868

Older Adults CMHT: 01865 901309

Chiltern CMHT: 01865 901462

Out of Hours: 01865 902000

Crisis Team: 01865 901052


Published on 7 Jun, 2021 (updated 21 Jul, 2021)

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