We run a range of informal peer support groups for people who are looking for additional support to their formal treatment or companionship and inspiration from people who are able to share details of their own experiences.
Many people feel more comfortable discussing issues with people who have experienced something similiar themselves and our support groups are designed to provide users with a safe and supportive space in which to share their experiences, seek advice and information about alternative services and help build confidence through social interaction.
The groups are designed to encourage self help and resilience building is key to the activities and support provided by the attending staff and volunteers. Users can participate in games and discussion groups, try their hand at new activities and therapies with regular taster sessions and get access to self help guides and information.
If you have any questions about our groups email [email protected]
Weekly cafe providing support for people with mild to moderate dementia. Carers and family members welcome.
Every Wednesday 12.00-4.00 pm.
Do you sometimes hanker for a bit of old-fashioned hospitality?
Proper china plates and good conversation?
Look no further!
Springboard recovery cafes are an informal, peer support initiative that we deliver in partnership with Manor and Castle Development Trust, Soar, Act and the Firvale Community Hub
ManKind is a safe and supportive group for men who are looking to socialise and make new friends. Participants can discuss issues or concerns and get suport and advice from each other.
A popular and informal social group for people looking to make friends and improve their confidence.