how we help
We offer an inclusive approach to recovery and with that comes great opportunities for you to develop skills, meet like minded people, build confidence, gain qualifications and make further positive changes to improve your quality of life.
To attend our social inclusion groups you will need to self-refer into the Futures in Mind service.
Would you like to try something new, or get out and about but don’t want to go alone? Does your mental health or substance misuse issue make you feel isolated?
peer led activities
Our community groups and activities are open to adults 18+ who would like to meet others on their journey of recovery from mental ill health and/or substance/alcohol use.
We have a range of training available for individuals. Training can help us make positive connections, develop our skills and to give us focus.