Suicide Prevention and Holistic Mental Health Support Service for 13 - 30’s

KidzZoo, 15/16 Crown Walk, Bicester, OX26 6HY

Opening Times: Tuesdays & Thursday 13:00 - 19:00, by appointment only. Please contact us on 07437 497697

New Podcast for WSPD 2020

September 10th 2020

Nai’s House have joined forces with Action To Prevent Suicide (ATPS) to present a new podcast series to mark World Suicide Prevention Day 2020.

Our Founder, Gem Barrett joined ATPS Founding Director Chukes Maxwell for the first conversation on working together to prevent suicide.

Click on the link below to listen now on Soundcloud.

Gem And Chukes Podcast Launch WSPD 2020

We are open again

We can now see guests who just drop in as well as those with appointments. Please wear a mask when you visit - we will supply masks for those that do not have them.

Enormous thanks to Tanya Bezuidenhout for her kindness and generosity, who is letting us use KidzZoo, 15/16 Crown Walk, Bicester, OX26 6HY, till they can once again open for business.

We will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1pm - 7pm, by appointment only. Please contact us on 07437 497697 or contact email is and Appts can also be made via our Facebook page @naishousebicester

Nai’s House isn’t just a thought, an idea created out of headlines and a knee jerk reaction to the current mental health crisis facing children and young adults. It isn’t yet another service jumping on the bandwagon, paying lip-service and ticking boxes. It is not just another mental health support service.

Nai’s House is a solution.

Created and delivered by people powered by passion and personal experiences, motivated by the need to ensure that our future generation’s well-being is properly invested in.

Our vision

Unity through Mental Health

Kindness & Compassion | Community Cohesion | Mentally Healthy Living

Our aims

To reduce the number of deaths by suicide

To encourage mentally healthy living

To work with others to provide a partner network of services for under 30’s with poor mental health

Our beliefs

The right support and education are essential to helping 13 - 30 year olds manage life and their mental health on a daily basis.

Prevention is the best approach to investing in the mental well-being of future generations and in reducing the number of deaths by suicide.

Creating a more mentally healthy and tolerable society is everyone’s responsibility. Collaborative working is key to achieving our vision and aims.

Latest News

Grand opening on September 3rd at 3 pm. Everyone welcome.

Nai’s House celebrates after receiving £9,300 from the National Lottery to deliver their support service.