PSS: Wellbeing Centres - Peer Support Art and Craft
Peer-support Art and Craft groups for those experiencing the challenges of living with anxiety, depression and emotional distress.
This group is informal, fun and suitable for beginners as well as more experienced artists. It provides a sympathetic, non-judgemental space where people can socialise, share their thoughts and feelings all while learning a new skill.
The group requires no previous arts and crafts experience and is open to anyone who has completed an introductory course at the Wellbeing Centres.
Open to anyone who has attended an introductory course at the Wellbeing Centres.
- Council Area
- What areas of the city is this for?
- People from anywhere in the city
- What age groups is this for?
- Anyone 18 or over
- What groups of people is this for?
- People with mental health issues
- DBS checks
- All staff DBS checked
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- What should I expect?
- People are initially referred to one of our 4 bases in Speke, Garston, Belle Vale and the City Centre where they’ll be invited to talk to one of our team. Once we know more about you, we’ll agree a programme of support and activities together that meets your needs and helps to introduce you to our service.
- Disabled access
- Speke Parklands: own car park, level access, accessible toilets.
- How much will it cost me?
- When is this activity on?
- Bridge Chapel Tuesday 1.30-3.30pm. Speke Community Centre Wednesday 1.30-3.30pm. The Avenue Thursday 2-4pm
- Who can refer me to this service?
- Self-referral accespted at Speke, Garston and Belle Vale. City Centre - referral from GP, Psychiatrist, CPN, Support Worker or any other related professional. Referral forms are available on our website.
- How can I access this service?
- Via Referral
The Avenue Project
Lee Valley Millennium Centre
Childwall Valley Road