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Providing support groups for people suffering mental distress 

CHANGES BRISTOL has been running mental health peer support meetings in the City of Bristol for over 14 years and our expertise helps more and more people each year. Our meetings are safe places for people to come and talk about their feelings and to take steps toward improving their lives.

The meetings are non-judgemental and confidential and are free to access. You can download a copy of our leaflet by clicking on the thumbnail on the left.

Statistics show that as many as 1 in 4 people will suffer from some form of mental distress at some point in their lives. Many more will be indirectly affected as their friends and loved ones suffer.

Mental distress can take many forms including worrying, feeling low, confusion, anxiety, panic, depression, mood swings, strange ideas or senses playing tricks. If mental distress is affecting your quality of life, it may be time to seek help .

“ Changes has made a massive difference in my life ” — Anon

Join us for an evening of Hip Hop on Thursday 26th April

hip hop

Join us at The Plough Inn, Easton on Thursday 26th April for a Hip Hop night in aid of Changes Bristol. More info here 

Volunteers needed - come and join us!

We are now recruiting for new volunteers to help facilitate our support meetings.  If you feel you are empathetic, able to actively listen, care about mental health and would have the time to give 3 hours of your time each week, we would like to hear from you. The next training sessions begin on the 10th May. Induction training consists of 18 hours of training over 6 weeks.

Please email aya@changesbristol.org.uk or call our office on 0117 941 1123 for an application form and full details of the volunteer role.

 

Take on a challenge in 2018!

Changes Bristol could not survive without the generosity of our kind donors and brave fundraisers. Fancy taking on a new challenge this year? Why not join our first ever Running Team..#TeamChanges

Let’s get running

Taking part in fundraising allows us to provide our free support groups and help improve Bristol's mental wellbeing. Take a look back at what we have achieved together!

A mother's honest account of her own mental health

A mother tells her own inspiring story of her journey with mental health during pregnancy and throughout motherhood. Read Chloe's story.

read Chloe's story

Sew, not throw. Stitch, not ditch.

Mend for Good is our unique fundraising event where our expert seamstresses offer a clothing repair and alteration service in exchange for a donation.

Here's Alison, one of our Trustees and the person behind the Mend for Good initiative. Have a look at the video and get in touch if you'd like to host your own Mend for Good event.

Want to hear about our work and how to get involved?



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