A Space to Talk - Mental Health Support
A place where you can feel comfortable to talk freely about those struggles and difficulties affecting your mental health, and experience learning, support and relief within a safe and caring space.
Talking about any pressures, worries and painful times past or present can often be therapeutic. To be able to talk freely about coping and talk about ways of managing and moving forward towards well being can often help bring relief, a sense of freedom and clarity for the way ahead.
'Talking is often the First Step to Recovery'
St Luke's have kindly offered their room and facilities to hold A Space to Talk in. Thursday evening 6pm - 8pm
*If you or someone you know would like to come along on any future evenings, to contact*;
firstname.lastname@example.org OR text/call: 07444077857
Any questions at all, feel free to contact me.
No Shame - No Stigma - Non Judgemental - Accepting - Listening - Relaxation - Learning - Compassion - Supportive - Acknowledged - Freedom to Be You.
Website: None provided
St Lukes Church
Ashton in Makerfield
Free Services: Free
This is free to come along to, donations are always welcome
How to get there
Staff DBS Checked? Yes
Type of Group: Community Group
CQC Registered? No
Transport Available No
Personal support? No