Peer Support Directory

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Posted on 22/01/2016

Peer support in the West

Click on one of the regions listed below to find a peer support group in your area.

The organisations listed here have been provided to help you access peer support in your local area. As they are not all Mind services we cannot guarantee the quality of support offered, and suggest you contact them directly to find out more.

West Midlands and Warwickshire

Staffordshire and Shropshire

Herefordshire and Worcestershire

Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bristol

Wiltshire and Dorset

Devon and Cornwall

 


West Midlands and Warwickshire

 

Action on Postpartum Psychosis

Collaborative support project run by a network of women who have experienced postpartum psychosis.

The Barberry National Centre for Mental Health, 25 Vincent Drive, Birmingham B15 2SF       

tel: 029 2074 2038

email: andrea@app-network.org       

web: app-network.org

access: self referral

 

Birmingham Mind

We offers high quality recovery based services to adults and older adults in the Midlands.

17 Graham Street, Hockley, Birmingham B32 2BA

tel: 0121 6088001

email: mikejeffries@birminghammind.org    

web: birminghammind.org

access: referral and self referral

 

B-GLAD (Gays and Lesbians Against Depression)

Self help groups for gay and lesbian people living with depression.

Healthy Gay Life, 146 Bromsgrove Street, Birmingham B5            

tel: 0121 3011284  

email: mark.hillier@bsmhft.nhs.uk    

access: referral and self referral

 

Coventry & Warwickshire Mind

Providing quality services and support with and for people experiencing mental health issues and promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.

Wellington Gardens, Windsor Street, Coventry CV1 3BT   

tel: 024 765 52847

email: admin@cwmind.org.uk           

web:  cwmind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

First Person Plural

National survivor-led membership charity working for and on behalf of those affected by dissociative identity disorder /multiple personality disorder or similar complex dissociative disorders.

P.O. Box 2537, Wolverhampton WV4 4ZL

email: fpp@firstpersonplural.org.uk  

web: firstpersonplural.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Jacqui Christiani

Online peer led support and advice via Facebook page membership.

Halesowen, West Midlands               

email: jacqui7000@sky.com  

web: facebook.com/jacqui.christiani

access: referral and self referral

 

Parents in Mind, Midlands

NCT Parents in Mind is a volunteer led, peer support service for women experiencing emotional difficulties in pregnancy and up to a year after birth.  Local, trained volunteers can provide a relaxed, friendly and welcoming environment to talk, find support and information.  Some 121 support may be available.

For referrals and info please contact Sarah on the number below, or email us. 

tel: 07885975261

email: parentsinmind.wc@nct.org.uk

web: nct.org.uk/professional/parents-in-mind

        facebook.com/nctparentsinmind

 

Phoenix Hub & Clubhouse

Supporting people with enduring mental health problems and providing support to prevent mental health deterioration.

Harrison Rd, Erdington, B24 9AA               

tel: 0121 685 6801             

access: self referral

 

Tamarind Centre

Providing support to BME communities of Coventry in particular African Caribbean and Asian people who are experiencing mental ill health.

3rd Floor Harp Place, 2 Sandy Lane, Radford, Coventry CV1 4DX           

tel: 024 762 27712    

email: info@tamarindcentre.co.uk   

web: tamarindcentre.co.uk       

access: referral and self referral

 

Rugby REST depression self help group

Meets alternate Thursday evenings 7.30-9.30pm. No meetings in August.

The Octopus Centre Hospital of St Cross Barby Road, Rugby, CV22 5PX

email: rest1@live.co.uk

web: rest-online.co.uk

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 



Staffordshire and Shropshire

 

Kaleidoscope Plus Group

Helping people achieve better mental health and by delivering services in a way that users value and appreciate.

Groups include Hearing Voices, Women's Wellbeing, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, OCD, Depression and Anxiety, Bipolar Support, Self Harm Support, and Alcohol and Mental Health.

1st Floor, Hawthorn House, Halfords Lane, West Bromwich B66 1BB      

tel: 0121 565 5605

email: kirstie.barnes@kaleidoscopeplus.org.uk

web: kaleidoscopeplus.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Mid Staffs Mind

Supporting mental health and emotional wellbeing in Cannock, Stafford and throughout mid Staffordshire     

Barn 3 Office 9, Dunston Business Village, Dunston, Staffordshire, ST18 9AB

tel: 01785 747070

email: midstaffsmind@gmail.com 

access: referral and self referral

 

North Staffs Voice for Mental Health

Independent user led group representing the needs and views of local mental health service users.

The Dudson Centre, Hope Street, Hanely, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST1 5DD           

tel: 01782 683043  

email: mainoffice@nsvoice.org.uk 

web: nsvoice.org.uk       

access: free membership for local mental health service users

 

No Panic

Helping people who suffer from panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders and other related anxiety disorders.

Unit 3 Prospect House, Halesfield 22, Telford TF7 4QX     

tel: 01952 680460

email: ceo@nopanic.org.uk    

web: nopanic.org.uk   

access: self referral

 

Telford Mind

Promoting and supporting better mental health in Telford and Wrekin.

The Wellbeing Centre, 76-83 Severn Walk, Telford, Shropshire TF7 4AS   

tel: 01952 588367     

web: telford-mind.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 



Herefordshire and Worcestershire

Big Recovery

Working alongside service users and carers in an individual, person centred way to enable them to achieve and live the best quality of life possible in the way that they choose.

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust, 5 Merrimans Hill Road, Worcester WR3 8AL

tel: 01905 681301      

email: tom.barker@hacw.nhs.uk        

web: hacw.nhs.uk/our-services/big-recovery

 

Herefordshire Mind - Recovery & Wellbeing Safe Space

Safe space centres offering support and activities and a place to meet others with similar experiences of mental health recovery.

Heffernan House, 130-132 Widemarsh St, Hereford HR4 9HN                              

tel: 01432 271643     

email: val.comley@herefordshire-mind.org.uk

web: herefordshire-mind.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Hereford depression support group

We're a peer support network of like minded people living with depression and anxiety in Hereforshire. We use a private facebook community to chat and we meet once a month socially for our Coffee Club at 10am on the penultimate Sunday of each month. 

web: eepurl.com/b1RHTL and facebook.com/groups/hfdsupport

access: self referral

 

Kidderminster - Forest Friends

The first Thursday of the month, 11am-1pm

Holy Innocents Church, Junction of Sutton Road & Stourport Road, Foley Park, Kidderminster, DY11 6LA

email: wyreforestfriends@gmail.com

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Friends in Stourport

Contact Sarah

email: friendsinstourport@gmail.com

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Survivors Club

Providing drop-in facilities for adults of any age with mental health difficulties, carers and family members.

St Swinthun's Institute, The Trinity, Worcester, Worcestershire WR1 2PN        

tel: 0774 9817873  

email: survivorsworcester@talktalk.net

web: survivorsworcester.org/about-us             

access: referral and self referral

 

 



Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bristol

 

Bristol Survivors Network

We are an independent, unfunded voluntary organisation. Membership is free and people can join by giving us their address and basic details on our website or at meetings. Our social meetings are the best place to find out about our group and a chance to talk about concerns. We can offer peer support from others who will try to understand. 

c/o Bristol Mind, 35 Old Market Street, Bristol, BS2 0EZ

tel: 0797 243 7586

email: bristolsurvivors@gmail.com

web: bristolsurvivorsnetwork.wordpress.com 

access: self referral

 

Changes Bristol

Changes Bristol coordinate 10 groups across the Bristol area, with two of these specifically to meet the needs of older people.

tel: 01179 411123

web: changesbristol.org.uk


access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Bath Depression Support Group

Meets every Wednesday at midday.

Manvers Street Baptist Church (in the Pulteney room), Manvers Street, Bath, BA1 1JW. Contact Becky

tel: 07495 579 251

email: friendsinneed@bathmind.org.uk


access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Chard Intentional Peer Support Group

We are a group of adults with mental health issues that came together to create our own support group.

Forefront Community Centre, 42 Fore Street, Chard, Somerset TA20 1QA           

tel: 07506 238540                     

email: chardpeergroup@yahoo.co.uk

web: watchproject.org.uk          

access: referral and self referral

 

Cheltenham

Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month, and also the morning of the last Thursday of each month.

email: yourspaceglos@yahoo.co.uk

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Equilibrium, The Bipolar Organisation

Equilibrium aims to become the foremost international partnership organisation working to advance the understanding and treatment of bipolar disorder. It also seeks to address the stigma and prejudice that often surrounds bipolar disorder.

20 Canon Street, Prioryfield House, Somerset TA1 1SW

tel: 01823 323363                     

email: bipolar@btconnect.com


access: referral and self referral

 

Gloucester - self help group with a horse

Meets once a month on a Thursday evening 6pm-8pm. A small group benefitting from a very special member - Harvey the horse. This group offers the unique opportunity not only to be with others affected by depression, but also to be in the relaxing presence of Harvey, who loves to be stroked, groomed and hugged.

tel: 07923 934457

email: info@hhpda.co.uk 

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Monday Morning Mind Cafe

Monday Morning Mind isn’t intended to be a Peer Support Group, however, we do offer a supportive and friendly environment for everyone whether they have a mental health issue or not, and just want to drop by for a cup of tea or coffee, and have a chat. Newcomers are welcome to drop by. Join us 10am and 12pm Monday mornings.

Chamberlains Café behind North Street Church, Taunton

tel: 01823 334906

email: mail@mindTWS.org.uk

web: mindtws.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Project PROS - People's Resources Offering Support

Project PROS is a social group run by service users for service users
Peer Support group who offer a supportive environment for those needing emotional support and to encourage wellbeing. Newcomers are welcome by invitation and will need to contact us first please. Join us every Friday 2pm-4pm.

Chamberlains Cafe behind North Street Church, Taunton

tel: 01823 334906 

email: krystlesearle@mindtws.org.uk

web: mindtws.org.uk/our-services/peer-support-services/prossupportgroup

access: self referral

 

Rethink

National mental health charity. Information, services & a strong voice for everyone affected by mental illness - challenging attitudes and changing lives.

Southwest Regional Office, Pauls House, Tower Street, Taunton, TA1 4BH

tel: 07798930350

web: rethink.org

 

Somerset You Can Do services

Somerset You Can Do is here to help people who have little or no support and may also feel isolated. Our aim is to promote the value of being part of a community where people care about and look out for each other.

The Former Offices of S Notaro, Huntworth, Somerset TA7 0AJ  

tel: 01278 664180         

email: Peter.wood@somersetyoucando.org

web: cswyoucando.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

South Somerset Mind

South Somerset Mind was founded people with direct experience of mental health issues to offer help, support, information and activities to those affected by mental health problems in the local community.

The Markwick Centre, Dampier Street, Yeovil, Somerset BA21 4EN         

tel: 01935 474875         

email:  tasha.marsh@southsomersetmind.co.uk

web: southsomersetmind.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

The Taunton Hearing Voices Group

Do you hear voices, see visions or any other unusual experiences? Then join our Hearing Voices Support Group. This group is run by our friendly group facilitators Claire and Marc. Join us every Thursday 2-4pm

Chamberlains Cafe behind North Street Church, Taunton

tel: 01823 334906

email: MarcLewis@MindTWS.org.uk

web: mindtws.org.uk/hearing-voices-support-group

access: self referral

 

The Wobbly Bus Stop

Join us every morning from 10am-midday. This is a Peer Support group that offers a supportive environment specifically aimed at those people in need of emotional support and also to encourage well-being. Newcomers are welcome by invitation but will need to contact us first please.

Taunton Museum, Taunton Castle, Castle Green, Taunton TA1 4AA

tel: 01823 334906 

email: SaraWarren@MindTWS.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Volunteer and Involvement

The Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides a wide range of integrated community health, mental health, learning disability and social care services to people of all ages.

Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Broadway Health Park, Barclay Street, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 5LX        

tel: 01278 454212 / 07825 236400          

email: Sarah.huish-saunders@sompar.nhs.uk    

web: sompar.nhs.uk

access: referral and self referral

 


Wiltshire and Dorset

Dorset Mental Health Forum

The Dorset Mental Health Forum is a local peer led charity.

The Dorchester Peer Support Group is held on a Friday from 10am to 12pm and 7.30pm to 9pm on Wednesdays in The Gallery beneath the Dorset Mental Health Forum offices in Durngate Street.

Bridport Moving On Group is a social group for people who have suffered from the devastating effects of serious long-term mental illness in the Bridport area.

Other groups include: Weymouth daytime group, Weymouth evening group, Sherborne group and Blandford group.

29-29A Durngate Street, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1JP

tel: 01305  257172

email: admin@dorsetmentalhealthforum.org.uk

web: dorsetmentalhealthforum.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Dorset Mind

Our vision is to provide help and support towards Mental Wellbeing for all. We provide facilitated support groups, mental health training and a befriending service. For mental health support call our helpline on 01202 551660 (office hours Monday-Thursday) or email contact@dorsetmind.uk

Our groups include:

Active Mind

A safe, secure and understanding environment in which women with mental health problems can support one another. The groups meet every Wednesday between 1-3pm at at Kinson Community Centre, Pelhams Park, Bournemouth. email: activeinmind@dorsetmind.uk

Befriending service

Offers individual support by trained volunteer befrienders to those with mental health problems. The aim is to improve the quality of life to clients by helping them to regain confidence and social skills so they can become self-sufficient again. email: befriending@dorsetmind.uk

MindOut

MindOut offers a safe, confidential and accepting space for LGB and Trans people experiencing mental health issues, and offers recovery-based peer and staff support. MindOut Bournemouth meets weekly on Thursdays 1-3.30pm at Over the Rainbow, 27 St Michael's Road, Bournemouth, BH2 5DB. MindOut Weymouth meets on the second Friday of each month 2-4pm at Weymouth Community Safety Centre, Safewise Centre, Radipole Lane, Weymouth DT4 0QF. email: mindout@dorsetmind.uk

Panacea in Mind

Panacea in Mind is a support service for people suffering from anxiety conditions. The daytime group meets every other Wednesday from 10am-12.30pm at First Point Plus, 1005 Wimborne Road, Moordown, Bournemouth, BH9 2BS. The evening groups meets once a month on Wednesdays from 7-9pm at Moordown Community Centre, 21 Coronation Avenue, Bournemouth, BH9 1TW. email: panacea@dorsetmind.uk

Wellbeing in Mind

A support group focusing on managing anxiety and depression. The Wellbeing group is on the first Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at Verwood Community Resource Centre, Jenner Close, Verwood, BH31 7QE. email: wellbeing@dorsetmind.uk

Women in Mind

A safe, secure and understanding environment in which women with mental health problems can support one another. The groups meet every Wednesday between 1-3pm at at Kinson Community Centre, Pelhams Park, Bournemouth. email: women@dorsetmind.uk

 

Dorset Mind, 3 Stratfield Saye, 22 Wellington Road, Bournouth, Dorset BH8 8HN

tel: 01202  551660

email: women@dorsetmind.uk

web: dorsetmind.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Swanage depression self help group

Meets the first and third Wednesday of the month 7.30-9pm, with social meet ups on the fifth Wednesday of the month. Contact Mary.

tel: 01929 426896


access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Swindon

Meets the first Tuesday of the month, 1-2.30pm

Olive Tree Café, Manor Garden Centre, Swindon, SN2 2QJ

tel: 07801 253900

email: karen-holman@ntlworld.com

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Wiltshire Mind

Wiltshire Mind runs the following services: five peer support group centres (drop-in) at Chippenham, Devizes, Malmesbury,Trowbridge and Melksham and a professional counselling service based at our Head Office location in Melksham.

24a High Street, Melksham, Wiltshire, SN12 6LA

tel: 01225 706532

email: info@wiltshiremind.co.uk

web: wiltshiremind.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Women in Mind

Women in Mind from Dorset Mind provides a safe, secure and understanding environment in which women with mental health problems can support one another.

The groups meet every Wednesday between 1-3pm at at Kinson Community Centre, Pelhams Park 

Dorset Mind, 22 Stratfield Saye, 22 Wellington Road, Bournouth, Dorset BH8 8HN

tel: 01202  551660

email: women@dorsetmind.uk

web: dorsetmind.org.uk

access: self referral

 

 

 



Devon and Cornwall

 

Bodmin Wellbeing Centre

We are a small but enthusiastic team endeavouring to promote good mental health and wellbeing, empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community and involve service users in our planning and delivery of services.

Restormel Mind, 2A Hamley Court, Dennison Road, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 2LL

tel: 01208 892855         

email: info@restormelmind.org.uk         

web: restormelmind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Carrick Mind

Carrick Mind Befriending Scheme was established in 1993 and offers a special relationship of trust and support to anyone in the community who is trying to cope with mental health problems.

Office 2, Glenthorne House, Truro Business Park, Truro, Cornwall TR3 6BW      
tel: 01326 617220      

email: enquiries@carickmind.org.uk      

web: carrickmind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

CHIL Plymouth

CHIL is a user led organisation that offers holistic support for people expeiencing mental health issues across the City Of Plymouth. Using a combination of one-to-one and group work we offer support that meets your needs for as long as you feel you need it. We always work from a basis of trust and respect, recognising that you are the expert in your own life. 

22 Prince Maurice Road, Lipsom, Plymouth, Devon PL4 7LJ

tel: 07505 435345

email: chilplymouth@gmail.com

web: chilproject.org and facebook.com/chilplymouth

access: self referral and referral

 

 

Exmouth Bipolar UK Support Group

Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. We meet on the third Thursday of every month from 7-9pm. The room is upstairs and the lift is not working at the moment.

Rethink, 2-4 Meeting Street, Exmouth, EX8 1LN

web: bipolaruk.org

access: self referral

 

Ilfracombe Depression and Anxiety group

We meet Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm (ish) and Friday lunchtimes from 11:30am-2pm. Though we are called a Depression and Anxiety group we actually have members with a full range of mental health issues as we have grown. Everything from bipolar to gender dysphoria.

These are social group meetings twice a week over a cuppa and biscuits, offering our experiences on medication, mental health providers and other types of approaches (ie Mindfulness). We also have a library of books covering a wide range of mental health issues. If there's nothing major for anyone then it's just a chat amongst ourselves.

Belles Place, Lee Place, Ilfracombe, EX34 9BQ

tel: 07874845465

email: I.d.a.g@outlook.com

web: facebook.com/groups/538669546332327/?ref=bookmarks

access: referral and self referral

 

Liskeard Bipolar UK Support Group

Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 1-3pm. The group meets on the first floor, which can can only be accessed via a staircase.

Stuart House Trust, Barras Street, Liskeard, PL14 6AB

web: bipolaruk.org

access: self referral

 

Mind in Exeter and East Devon

We offer a supportive, safe and responsive space to create your own wellbeing. We are here for you with tools of recovery.

4 Charlotte Mews, Pavilion Place, Exeter EX2 4HA         

tel: 01392 204499        

email: central@mindex.org.uk   

web: mindex.org.uk

access: self referral

 

North Devon Link Mental Health Service

Recovery is about people regaining wellbeing and finding hope for the future, discovering new opportunities, gaining control over their own lives and pursuing their personal goals and ambitions.

Devon Partnership NHS Trust, The Old School House, Higher Gunstone, Devon EX37 9LE

tel: 01237 421590 / 07977 588090                      

email: dpn-tr.Info@nhs.net

web: devonpartnership.nhs.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Penzance Bipolar UK Support group

Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month from 2-4pm

The Healing Star, Causewayhead, Penzance, TR18 2SP

web: bipolaruk.org

access: self referral

 

Plymouth Bipolar UK Support Group

Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. We meet the second Wednesday of every month from 7-9pm. The Parish Centre is behind the Parish Church. A small car park is available.

Stoke Dameral Parish Centre, Paradise Road, Plymouth, PL1 5QL

web: bipolaruk.org

access: self referral 

 

Plymouth and District Mind Association

Plymouth & District Mind Association is your local centre of excellence for mental health advice, information and support for all sections of the community in Plymouth.

8 Woodside, Greenbank, Plymouth PL4 8QE    

tel: 01752 513694        

email: advice@plymouthmind.myzen.co.uk        

web: plymouthmind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Recovery Devon

An independent community of people of good will who support recovery and wellbeing - both as a personal vision and as an underpinning value in promoting radical change in mental health attitudes and provision.

Exeter CVS, Wat Tyler House, King William Street, Exeter, Devon EX4 6PD        
tel: 07779 729525         

email: recoverydevon@gmail.com         

web: recoverydevon.co.uk / facebook.com/recoverydevon

access: referral and self referral

 

Rethink Mental Illness

National mental health charity: information, services & a strong voice for everyone affected by mental illness - challenging attitudes and changing lives.

The Meeting Place, 2-4 Meeting Street, Exmouth, Devon EX8 1LN          

tel: 01395 224166                     

email: devon@rethink.org

web: rethink.org

access: referral and self referral 

 

The Bridge Collective

The Bridge Collective offers opportunities for social contact and mutual support, learning, teaching, discussion, being active and making a valid contribution both to the Bridge Collective itself and to the wider world.

Unit 4 King Street Business Centre, 7-9 King Street, Exeter, Devon EX1 1BQ  

tel: 01392 433359         

email: bridgecollective@hotmail.co.uk   

web: bridgecollective.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Torbay Bipolar Self Help Group

Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. We meet on the first Thursday of every month (no meeting in August) from 7-9pm. 

The group also has a resources centre at Central Church, Tor Hill Road, Torquay, TQ2 5RF every Tuesday 9.30am - 1.30pm via appointment. For Tuesday appointments, please call 07490 183 404. 

Central Church, Tor Hill Road, Torquay, TQ2 5RN

tel: 01803 292295         

email: mdf12mdf@tiscali.co.uk

web: bipolaruk.org

access: referral and self referral

 

Penta Health and Wellbeing

Penta aims to make a positive difference to people's lives. We do this through promoting and nurturing mental health and wellbeing and by enabling and empowering everyone experiencing mental health problems to live with, manage and recover from their condition. We have over 30 years experience of delivering a wide range of activities to improve mental health and wellbeing in West Cornwall. Our services and activities continue to evolve and develop from our own practical experiences and the latest evidence in the field of wellbeing research.

Our approach is encompassed within the Five Ways to Wellbeing: Connect, Be active, Take notice, Keep learning, and Give. 

Penta Health and Wellbeing, Carnon Building, Wilson Way, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3RS

tel: 01209 697575

email: contactus@penta.org.uk

web: penta.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

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