Bexley Day Treatment Team Bexley

We offer treatment for people over 16 experiencing a mental health crisis. We believe that structured, meaningful activity is an important factor in maintaining health and wellbeing. Our activities will support and enable you to regain and develop skills.

The types of activity fall into two main categories:

  • Personal development: These groups aim to develop and maintain coping skills.
  • Activity-based: These groups aim to provide structure, routine, meaningful activity, peer support, distraction and improve confidence.

Referrals are only accepted from within Oxleas Services, in the most part from the Inpatient Wards and The Crisis Home Treatment Team.

Oxleas Patient Experience survey

The Oxleas Patient Experience survey gives you the opportunity to feedback on the care and treatment you have received. We also encourage your friends, family and carers to also provide feedback. Hearing your views gives us a better understanding of the needs of our patients, families and carers which helps us to make sure that we are providing a good standard of care. 

The short survey only takes a few minutes to complete and you can provide a written comment explaining what you think is working well and what is not. The Patient Experience team will collect the results of the surveys and these are shared with the relevant departments and management teams. This helps us to shape our services to continually improve the quality of the care and treatment we provide.

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How to find us:


160, 229, 269, 286, B14, R11
B14 and 286 stop outside B Block


Queen Mary’s Hospital is about 25 minute  walk from Sidcup station.
Buses 160, 229 and 286 run between the hospital grounds and Sidcup train station.


Queen Mary’s has ample pay and display public parking spaces plus bays for people with disabilities outside each main building.


Bexley Day Treatment Team
Woodlands Unit
Queen Mary’s Hospital

DA14 6LT

Public phone number:

0203 668 9489


I would not trust this team at all, certainly not a crisis team. Rude and dismissive they did not want to know. When someone is actually having a mental health crisis, it is important to try and settle the person down not to call them a liar and tell them to go home