1. SocialEase cafes
If you feel isolated. . . if socialising is hard. . . if you struggle to go out. . . if you are depressed or anxious. . .
A safe non-threatening space to get out from the 4 walls, to sit with a brew or delicious food from the cafes, relax, use the resources, meet others in similar situations in a calm environment. Table cards for days when interacting with others is a step too far – just turn it to the yellow side and you won’t be disturbed.
Every Tuesday, 10-12 at Brew me Sunshine, Victoria Street Morecambe
Every Thursday, 9.30 – 11.30 at the Sunbury Coffee House, Sun Street, Lancaster
Peer Support is a recovery and well-being centre for those with mild to severe and enduring mental health problems in the Lancaster and Morecambe area.
3. Carers Cafe
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s Carers Café runs every Tuesday from 4pm and 6pm at The Orchard in Lancaster and provides a place where local carers can access information and support whilst also making a peer support group of new friends.
The Bay Dementia Hub takes place on the first Friday of every month, between 1.30pm and 3.30pm, and alternates between the Trimpell Sports and Social Club, Morecambe and the Lancaster Library. See link for dates and locations.
Follow @lancspolicemh on twitter – improving understanding of mental health issues in policing.
Based in Chorley – providing specialist assessment and treatment for individuals who have significant symptoms as a result of experiencing a traumatic event as an adult.
7. The Birchall Trust
Counselling survivors of Rape and Sexual Abuse in South Cumbria and North Lancashire.