mental-health

20 April 2022
The Orange Button Community Scheme is launched in Herefordshire. If you are having thoughts of suicide, or are worried about a friend or family member, you can talk to someone wearing an orange button. The scheme is a way of identifying people that have undertaken suicide prevention training. That they have the confidence to talk to others...
11 January 2022
Healing the Mind Herefordshire Interfaith Group continues with a series of online zoom meetings designed provide an alternative route for healing the mind through the shared knowledge of their faiths, meditation, music and readings. All welcome - those of all faiths or none, please register in advance: email to hello@herefordshireinterfaith.org.uk or tel: 01981 500764 Tues...
13 September 2021
Launched in 2018 by Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care Trust the Now We're Talking campaign set out to reduce stigma and encourage more local people to access the Healthy Minds Service to get the support if and when they need it! Having conversations about mental health helps break down stereotypes, improves relationships, aids recovery and take the sigma out...
24 May 2021
ECHO is an independent,  Herefordshire-based charity with 230 members and over 150 volunteers. Their main office is in Leominster but projects run in many different community based venues. In 2020 they proudly celebrated 30 years of making a difference to the lives of disabled people in the county. Most of the activities are suitable for...
1 December 2020
Yeleni Therapy & Support is a Complementary Therapy & Reiki training centre plus a charity providing free therapy sessions to anyone at any age, with any cancer at any stage in Herefordshire and surrounding counties. They are also open to the general public Whether you go through their door as a cancer patient or a...
6 October 2020
This free course provided by Public Health Wales is designed to help you improve your mental health and wellbeing. Feeling worried or anxious can have a big impact on your health and for some people life can be particularly difficult. The course can help you to take greater control of your actions, so that day-to-day...
5 October 2020
The Poppy Factory supports veterans with health conditions on their journey into employment, helping them overcome any barriers. Four out of five of the veterans we work with report a mental health condition. Whatever their situation, and whatever they are going through, our employment team is on hand to offer one-to-one support. Our service is...
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