Wellbeing Day – 26th January 2019-01-07
Suffolk Mind is running a Wellbeing Day on Sat 26th January. The event will take place from 11am-3pm at Quay Place, Key Street, Ipswich IP4 1BZ.
The day will involve:
Health & Wellbeing Relationship Coaching
Vegan Café with Demonstrations
There will be FREE ENTRY and to find out more contact 01473 569696 or email@example.com
Get Up & Grow – Ecotherapy
What is ecotherapy I hear you ask? Well it was a new word to some of us here too but it is basically getting outdoors in the fresh air and how this simple act can improve both our physical and mental health. Couple this with planting and watching things grow and it can be really quite calming and life enhancing. Of course not everyone has green fingers but if you do have an interest in gardening then Suffolk Minds Get Up & Grow could be just the thing for you.
The project has allotments in Hadleigh, Haverhill, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. You do not have to be a seasoned gardener to take part, as there are multiple opportunities to learn, as well as the chance to help create a growing space that can benefit many. It can also be a wonderful way to meet new people.
Times for the Get Up & Grow are as follows:
Haverhill: Thursdays 12.30-3.30pm
Hadleigh: Fridays 10am-1pm
Bury St Edmunds: Fridays 10am-1pm
Ipswich: First Thursday of the month 10am
Suffolk Mind describe Get Up & Grow as a service for people who either experience mild to moderate mental health problems, who want to help prevent the onset of mental ill-health or people who are either in recovery or who want to build emotional resilience.
To find out more visit https://www.suffolkmind.org.uk/services/ecotherapy/
Or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 111 6000.
Suffolk Night Owls
Suffolk Night Owls is a support service run by Suffolk MIND, which operates, via telephone, text or email.
The support line is open Thursday –Sunday from 7pm -1am. It is available to anyone in Suffolk with complex emotional needs. Experienced support line workers are there to listen to you in a non-judgemental way and offer information.
In order to access the service you need to register with Suffolk Mind and they will then contact you and give you the number to call.