Wellbeing Services


We reduce isolation, build social connectedness, and improve mental wellbeing for people experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage. We offer a diverse range of activities, including social clubs, art and exercise sessions, language classes for refugees and migrants, LGBTQIA+ support and peer mental wellbeing support. Our regular coffee mornings bring together a diverse group of participants—from stroke survivors and single mothers to newly arrived refugees and individuals with mental health challenges—fostering new friendships and skill development.
“The coping mechanism session helped me immensely. I managed to have better sleep and keep calm in very difficult moments”

Influencing wider change

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We deliver a range of specialist projects such as peer-to-peer support for people with experience of mental ill health, support groups for young men and Muslim women struggling with mental health issues, and support for carers. These projects utilise a peer support model with specialist facilitators, aiming to build resilience through social connectedness, developing coping strategies, and accessing additional support. Our information sessions cover essential topics such as mental wellbeing strategies and vaccination programmes. Participants often face complex issues and may be referred to our in-house counselling or advocacy services, or to external specialist services for additional support.
2023 – 24 we supported 868 adults and children through this service. Key outcomes include:
86% of clients saw an improvement in their positivity.
77% of clients saw an improvement in their social connectedness.
70% of clients saw an improvement in their resilience.
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