Everyone has mental health, just like we have physical health, and we all go through ups and downs. If you are finding things tough at the moment, here are some of the ways we can support you.
We currently run a range of Peer Support Groups across the county including for individuals experiencing symptoms associated with Personality Disorders.
There are also four Hearing Voices Peer Support Groups as part of the local Hearing Voices Network and Five Ways to Wellbeing Peer Support groups to encourage positive wellbeing.
For details, please click here.
Peer support is a growing area of the Good Life Service. If you would like to get involved in developing a peer support activity in your area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Door calm spaces
Everyone feels overwhelmed at times and our Open Door calm spaces provide somewhere to go if you need a bit of space and tranquillity.
These sessions also offer guidance on self-help techniques which can help you to ‘ground yourself’ and feel better both in that moment and in the future.
Please click here for details of an Open Door calm space near you.
Good Mood cafes
Our weekly Good Mood Cafes offer informal wellbeing support, while connecting you to others within your community. They offer a positive space to share interests, skills or experiences and access wellbeing-related information.
It’s OK not to be OK so you don’t have to be in a good mood when you come to a Good Mood Cafe, but we hope you will feel in a better mood by the time you leave.
Please click here for details of a Good Mood Cafe near you.
Looking for some additional support right now? Join Qwell – a free online support and wellbeing community forming part of our Good Life Service.
You can join immediately and anonymously through any connected device to gain access to online chat-based counselling, peer support forums, self-help resources and an online magazine.
Good Life Online
We are now bringing our Good Mood Cafes and Open Door calm spaces directly to you to participate in from home using Zoom video calls.
These sessions are aimed at encouraging community connectivity and increasing wellbeing skills. Visit Good Life Online for more information and details of how to sign up.
Wellbeing booster activities
As the Good Life Service develops, there will be opportunities to get involved in a range of wellbeing-boosting activities across the county. If you have an idea for a wellbeing activity in your community, please contact us at email@example.com.
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