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The Trinity Mental Health Support Group has recently been restarted, and we now meet on the final Thursday of each month, between 1pm and 3pm at Trinity Church Ellesmere Port. The group is open to anyone 18 years old and older who either has their own personal experiences of mental illness, or as a family member, friend or loved one who has personal experience of mental illness. The group is entirely peer led, run by people who have our own personal experience of mental illness.

We provide opportunities for members to discuss the challenges of accessing appropriate support to meet our needs. The group is also a great place to make new friends and learn new skills. Many lifelong friendships have been made by people attending peer support group and members also share that their self-esteem and confidence

If you wish to find out more about the group, please contact Matthew or come along to our next group meeting.

Rethink Mental Illness groups are run by people with their own experience of mental health issues and/or their carers or family members. Our Groups provide empathy, acceptance and reassurance from people who have shared experiences. They provide a safe space with a listening ear, friendship and social support that makes coping with life’s challenges that little bit easier

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Rethink Mental Illness Trinity Mental Health Support Group

Trinity Methodist Church

The Trinity Mental Health Support Group has recently been restarted, and we now meet on the final Thursday of each month, between 1pm and 3pm at Trinity Church Ellesmere Port. The group is open to anyone 18 years old and older who either has their own personal experiences of mental illness, or as a family member, friend or loved one who has personal experience of mental illness. The group is entirely peer led, run by people who have our own personal experience of mental illness. We provide opportunities for members to discuss the challenges of accessing appropriate support to meet our needs. The group is also a great place to make new friends and learn new skills. Many lifelong friendships have been made by people attending peer support group and members also share that their self-esteem and confidence If you wish to find out more about the group, please contact Matthew or come along to our next group meeting. Rethink Mental Illness groups are run by people with their own experience of mental health issues and/or their carers or family members. Our Groups provide empathy, acceptance and reassurance from people who have shared experiences. They provide a safe space with a listening ear, friendship and social support that makes coping with life’s challenges that little bit easier

Rethink Mental Illness Trinity Mental Health Support Group

Trinity Methodist Church

The Trinity Mental Health Support Group has recently been restarted, and we now meet on the final Thursday of each month, between 1pm and 3pm at Trinity Church Ellesmere Port. The group is open to anyone 18 years old and older who either has their own personal experiences of mental illness, or as a family member, friend or loved one who has personal experience of mental illness. The group is entirely peer led, run by people who have our own personal experience of mental illness. We provide opportunities for members to discuss the challenges of accessing appropriate support to meet our needs. The group is also a great place to make new friends and learn new skills. Many lifelong friendships have been made by people attending peer support group and members also share that their self-esteem and confidence If you wish to find out more about the group, please contact Matthew or come along to our next group meeting. Rethink Mental Illness groups are run by people with their own experience of mental health issues and/or their carers or family members. Our Groups provide empathy, acceptance and reassurance from people who have shared experiences. They provide a safe space with a listening ear, friendship and social support that makes coping with life’s challenges that little bit easier

Rethink Mental Illness Trinity Mental Health Support Group

Trinity Methodist Church

The Trinity Mental Health Support Group has recently been restarted, and we now meet on the final Thursday of each month, between 1pm and 3pm at Trinity Church Ellesmere Port. The group is open to anyone 18 years old and older who either has their own personal experiences of mental illness, or as a family member, friend or loved one who has personal experience of mental illness. The group is entirely peer led, run by people who have our own personal experience of mental illness. We provide opportunities for members to discuss the challenges of accessing appropriate support to meet our needs. The group is also a great place to make new friends and learn new skills. Many lifelong friendships have been made by people attending peer support group and members also share that their self-esteem and confidence If you wish to find out more about the group, please contact Matthew or come along to our next group meeting. Rethink Mental Illness groups are run by people with their own experience of mental health issues and/or their carers or family members. Our Groups provide empathy, acceptance and reassurance from people who have shared experiences. They provide a safe space with a listening ear, friendship and social support that makes coping with life’s challenges that little bit easier

Rethink Mental Illness Trinity Mental Health Support Group

Trinity Methodist Church

The Trinity Mental Health Support Group has recently been restarted, and we now meet on the final Thursday of each month, between 1pm and 3pm at Trinity Church Ellesmere Port. The group is open to anyone 18 years old and older who either has their own personal experiences of mental illness, or as a family member, friend or loved one who has personal experience of mental illness. The group is entirely peer led, run by people who have our own personal experience of mental illness. We provide opportunities for members to discuss the challenges of accessing appropriate support to meet our needs. The group is also a great place to make new friends and learn new skills. Many lifelong friendships have been made by people attending peer support group and members also share that their self-esteem and confidence If you wish to find out more about the group, please contact Matthew or come along to our next group meeting. Rethink Mental Illness groups are run by people with their own experience of mental health issues and/or their carers or family members. Our Groups provide empathy, acceptance and reassurance from people who have shared experiences. They provide a safe space with a listening ear, friendship and social support that makes coping with life’s challenges that little bit easier

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Rethink Mental Illness Trinity Mental Health Support Group

Trinity Methodist Church

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