As part of our #Well Services, we offer a number of community initiatives aimed at encouraging community connectivity and increasing wellbeing skills.

These ordinarily take place in cafes and other locations at the heart of our communities. However, we are now bringing these directly to you to participate in from home using Zoom video calls.

You can sign up to join the sessions detailed on the following pages by emailing the recovery coach nominated for that group.

Before joining you will be made aware of the session house rules and any breaking of these may result in you being removed.

We have a calendar of ‘Get Togethers’ designed to connect individuals to like-minded people in the community; sharing well-being tips, interests and skills.

For more information click here.

1-2-1 face to face or zoom video sessions with a trained recovery coach. Sessions are limited to four per intervention.
These sessions are designed to support and guide you through a difficult time, you will work together with your recovery coach to identify the expected outcome/goal and explore other services for specialist support, focusing on solution planning.

Click here to find your local Recovery Coach

We currently have spaces available in a number of our peer support sessions, these are hosted through the app ‘GroupMe’.
These chat rooms offer peer conversation on a number of topics allowing like-minded people to share experiences, stories and well-being tips.
Invitation to the chat rooms are by invitation only, simply contact the community recovery coach for your area or our enquiries line for more information.

To see the groups available click here

Our projects are open to adults who may be struggling with their mental health, feeling isolated or disconnected with their community, or would like some additional support finding out what their local area has to offer them.
We partner with a range of different community providers to offer people the opportunity to become involved in workshops, courses and group activities, to support and improve their well-being.

For project information click here.

Supportive Listening offers a safe, friendly and confidential space for you to talk with a volunteer who’ll listen, without judgement.

For more information click here.

Click here to view resources