The Blacon Mental Wellbeing Group is a place where people living with mental illness can come together to give and receive peer support. We meet on the first Saturday of each month (10.30am–12.30pm) to provide opportunities to meet to members who are unable to make groups during the normal working week. The group takes part in a range of activities, from playing board games to discussing the challenges of living with a mental health condition. We are led by people with their own experiences of mental illness, as they are best placed to know what it’s like to have good days and bad days. We know how important a chat with peers can be on a difficult day and how sharing our experiences can help maintain good mental wellbeing.
The group is informal and welcoming, and we never put anybody under any pressure to take part in activities or discussions, or to share anything they feel uncomfortable about. We are open to anybody over the age of 18. So why not come down to say hello and have a coffee and a biscuit? We look forward to seeing you.
For further information nationally about our groups and services, please contact us on 0121 522 7007
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