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Support Group 815

Our Support Group Fighting for better lives!

From September 2019 we will be holding support group sessions.
Support groups can play an important role in coping with and overcoming problems such as the following but not limited to:-

  • Drug and alcohol recovery
  • Health and weight,
  • Any Vulnerabilities
  • Feelings of loneliness
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Any mental health issues resulting from UK lockdowns
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Sessions will last approx. 60 mins.

30 mins - Group discussions
30 mins - Exercise

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Conversations create a safe place for participants to talk about issues that matter to them.


Please call us for more details and schedule.

Please call Brian on 0770 8844777


People report a positive impact
Reduced feelings of lonelyness
Feel mentally stronger and fitter

New National Restrictions from 5 November

3. Where and when you can meet in larger groups

Please see "Guidance" from the Gov website

3. Where and when you can meet in larger groups

There are still circumstances in which you are allowed to meet others from outside your household or support bubble in larger groups, but this should not be for socialising. A full list of these circumstances can be found in theĀ regulations.

  • Support groups that have to be delivered in person can continue with up to 15 participants where formally organised to provide mutual aid, therapy or any other form of support. This includes, but is not limited to, support to victims of crime, people in drug and alcohol recovery, new parents and guardians, people with long-term illnesses, people facing issues relating to their sexuality or gender, and those who have suffered bereavement, and vulnerable young people, including for them to meet young workers

Source :-

Resources For Young People

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