Providing support groups for people suffering mental distress
CHANGES BRISTOL has been running peer support meetings in the City of Bristol for over 12 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.
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 .
“ Helps in respect of having supportive atmosphere giving me a reason to get out and be social. ” — Changes member
Changes Bristol recruiting new trustees
Changes mental health charity is now recruiting Trustees. We are looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds to increase our diversity and skills base on the board, and we now have vacancies on the board. Being a trustee is a responsible and rewarding position particularly at this exciting time for the charity expanding its services. If you would be interested in applying to be a trustee, please email email@example.com for more details and an application form.
NEW MEETINGS IN BEDMINSTER AND SOUTHMEAD
We have now opened a new meeting in conjunction with LinkAge at the Monica Wills House in Bedminster, for over 55's on Thursday afternoons 3pm to 5pm; and a meeting in conjunction with the Southmead Development Trust at the Greenway Centre on Tuesday afternoons 1pm to 3pm. All welcome for wellbeing support.
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