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Good Mental Health drop-in cafe 10 October 2018

On Wednesday 10 October 2018 come along to the Good Mental Health drop-in cafe at the Central Library, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth. The October drop-in will feature workshops and activities to raise awareness of good mental health and wellbeing.

Good Mental Health cafe flyer 10 October 2018

Further information

The Drop-In Cafe is for anyone who’s feeling anxious, stressed or socially isolated, or if you’re worried about a friend or a family member, or if you’re just interested to know more about good mental health and wellbeing and the availability of local resources.

On World Mental Health Day, the Drop-In Cafe is hosting extra workshops and activities to raise awareness of good mental health and wellbeing. Additional support services will have stalls and consultation sessions.

There’ll be a Stalls Marketplace with people to talk about support that’s available in the city – these will include the Solent Mind Wellbeing Centre, Talking Change, Counselling Portsmouth, the Learning Place, the Carers’ Centre, the Bereavement Centre, Citizen’s Advice Bureau, the Veterans Outreach Service and peer-led support groups SHIFT and SAD Portsmouth. Additional visitors are joining us from the constituency office of Stephen Morgan MP and Hampshire Community Policing.

Join us for free taster workshops:

2pm The Confidence to be You – a transgender perspective by Samantha Graham

3pm  A workshop with the Citizen’s Advice Bureau exploring Money Matters and energy usage in the home

4pm Future in Mind – a workshop with young people talking about mental health support in the city

5.30pm An hour of mindfulness with Carolyn Barber

Ongoing activities from 2 – 6.30pm

Take part in the launch of the online Genie tool – this will help you explore your current support network and interests, and suggest activities, groups or services that may be of benefit to you in your local area. Appointments available on the day.

Creative activities with Clair Martin of Seekerz

Take part in the Human Library to help challenge stigma and discrimination.

4 – 6.30pm Special consultation sessions available with local police officers, the Citizen’s Advice Bureau and staff from the office of Stephen Morgan, MP for Portsmouth South.

The Drop-In Cafe will close at 7pm.

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