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Raymond Sheehy


Raymond joined Bridge in 2009 as Chief Executive. He was previously the CEO of a learning disability and mental health organisation.

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Raymond’s aim at Bridge was to turn the organisation into the best provider of mental health services in South East England by making sure that everyone that was supported by Bridge took some positive benefit into their daily lives. Wellbeing, recovery and community integration became the founding principles of Bridge.

Raymond is now working with his team on the development of new models of delivering services; social and commercial enterprises, a Recovery College and a range of innovative support, housing and training options for people who have experienced or continue to live with a mental health problem.

Jeremy Moon


Jeremy joined Bridge in January 2014 as part time Finance Director.

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Jeremy is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. After a period working in Industry for BET Plc, a multi-national company providing services for Industry, he spent twenty years in the NHS as Director of Finance in two different Acute Hospital Trusts.

Jeremy joined Bridge in January 2014 as part time Finance Director. His passion is his family, his wife and four children, and his personal interest in mental health stems from the untimely death of his son.

Debbie Towersey FCIPD


Debbie started working with Bridge in 2005 as a Consultant, formally joining the Executive Team in January 2015.

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Debbie has worked at senior level for a top 100 Company in International HR and Head of HR for Technical Services, before starting her own HR Consultancy in 2002. Debbie started working with Bridge in 2005 as a Consultant, formally joining the Executive Team in January 2015. Debbie is responsible for the HR strategy and Quality processes of Bridge and has been involved in securing new services.

Debbie has worked on the transition process successfully developing strategies for recruiting the right people for roles which are focused on Bridge’s unique ethos. She enjoys bringing her talents to Bridge and seeing it successfully grow and provide a service which is wholly client focused. Debbie is a Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development.

Hasan Fahri


Hasan joined Bridge Support in April 2013. He was responsible for developing a service to work with people who have long and enduring mental health issues in the community.

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Specifically, with a focus on people with some of the most problematic mental health issues which had a significant impact on local services. This resulted in some very positive outcomes.

Hasan has developed and managed our Flexible Community Support service and, since July 2020, has held the role of Head of Operations with overall responsibility for all Bridge Support services with the exception of the Recovery College.

He has worked in social care for 25 years with people with learning difficulties and mental health needs. He has experience and knowledge in community based services including residential homes community respite, day centre and floating support services.

Hasan’s strengths are centred around people and he excels at developing teams and relationships. He has a strong dedication to provide quality services to everyone we support at Bridge whilst building positive relationships with our stakeholders.

The quality of care delivered has been excellent, the economic argument is a powerful one comparing the cost of placement in secure hospitals with the scheme provided at the TILT project. 

John EnserOxleas NHS Foundation Trust 

  • How you can work with us

    As well as the normal tendering process, you can commission our services in the following ways:

    • Use our contact form
    • Pick up the phone to speak to us on 020 8298 9677
    • Email us to discuss spot contracting OR delivery of a bespoke service that meets your need

What makes us different?  

  • Unlike other high support services, our service focuses on giving clients the skills they need to live independently 
  • Our aim is for clients to move on after 6 months, to medium support or independent living with a low level of support 

The service will also benefit from an in-house ST&R Worker who will focus on supporting service users in their recovery journey with an emphasis on providing time and support to access community resources, employment, education and training as well as helping to maintain their physical health. There main responsibilities include:

  • Working alongside the OT to ensure that a wide range of structured activities are available to the service users on a weekly basis. Taking the lead on supporting service users to access community resources to develop resilience, help them live fuller lives and move on towards greater independence
  • Engaging service users in therapeutic activities, monitoring mental wellbeing and progress
  • Engaging in physical health and wellbeing initiatives which will support service users with their individual health needs
  • Focusing on the emotional, psychological, social and spiritual needs of service users

Bridge currently operate the Integrated Community Enhanced Rehab service within the borough of Kingston. However, we are not limited to this area and are very happy to discuss developing the service elsewhere in the UK.