Everyone must be treated with dignity and respect and will not be discriminated against on any grounds including age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
You have a responsibility to treat others with dignity and respect.
We aim to provide a high quality, multi-disciplinary mental health service for people experiencing severe emotional and/or mental health difficulties.
We are here to provide support in these difficult and uncertain times for people affected by depression and/or anxiety which statistics say currently 1 in 6 people suffer from.
Also, to build a support network for people who are struggling and to reduce the loneliness caused by depression/anxiety (mental health issues, in general).
The group currently meets online via Zoom every Tuesday and Friday from 7pm to 8.30-9pm.
A safe place where you can talk to people who understand and have a lived experience of mental health issues either currently or who are in recovery.
A supportive facilitator who has experienced their own mental health journey and now wants to support others who are struggling with everyday life.
Our plans are to expand our group and welcome new members.
Once current circumstances allow us, we also plan to meet face to face once a month as well as in our online Zoom meetings.
To arrange social events once circumstances permit us to, as engaging with others is a vital part of maintaining mental wellbeing.