From October we will be moving to our new location at Newcastle Carers in Byker. The centre is a lovely modern building with fabulous facilities that our group can develop & grow in.
Our first session takes place on Tuesday 4th October from 2-4pm and will be an introduction/open day where we’d like to invite you to come along and meet our Wellbeing Workers and find out more about Safe Space and how it can support you in your mental health recovery.
We are interested in your ideas on how we can develop the service to meet your needs and what activities you would find beneficial.
We would love for people to come along and join us if you’re free.
What is Safe Space?
Safe Space has been central to our Wellbeing & Resilience services delivery throughout the region for a number of years. It is an informal group that offers essential support to adults who are experiencing problems with their mental health and emotional wellbeing. The aim of the service is to provide a supportive peer group in which people can reduce isolation, build confidence, improve their wellbeing and take positive steps towards their recovery. People can attend regularly to help build social contacts, or drop by as and when they feel the need.
Safe Space runs from 2-4pm on a Tuesday on a fortnightly basis at Newcastle Carers, 135-139 Shields Road, Byker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. NE6 1DN.
For further information, please contact our office on:
Telephone: 0191 477 4545