If you would like help to be active but don’t know where to start, then the Social Prescribing for Physical Inactivity Service could be for you. We know that becoming physically active can have a positive impact on physical health and emotional wellbeing and this service offers 1:1 support from an experienced worker to help get you moving. We work at your pace, helping you to set realistic goals and find suitable activities – your social prescriber can even accompany you to classes and activities until you feel confident enough to attend on your own. Call Stella on 07739 649 839 or contact the Healthy Living Centre on 0117 377 22 55.Referral
Social Prescribing is about improving your health, social, physical and emotional wellbeing. We offer a free confidential 1-1 service. The support will enable you to access social or community activities or resources in your local area. We can support people who feel socially isolated, low in confidence or self-esteem, feel depressed or low, high anxiety, carers, are bereaved, or just want to try something new.
Tel: 0117 377 2255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support.
Helpline 0345 4582914 or 0117 9166461.
Man Alive is a group for men in Knowle West and South Bristol. The group’s open to everyone, so whatever your age, background or interests, it’s for you! We do lots of different activities including social events, playing sports, working in the community and going on outings. We also have a fried breakfast once a month at Springfield Allotments in Knowle West – details below.
Man Alive helps local men to support each other, make new friends, learn new skills and find voluntary and paid work in the local area. It’s for local people and for the benefit of the local community. For more information you could contact us using the details below or just come along to one of our events and say hello. Be good to see you!
Or just come along to our monthly breakfast:
First Friday of every month, 10am – Midday
@ Springfield Allotments, Knowle BS4 1DG
(Through the green gates on the corner of Daventry Road and Andover Road, down the drive and we’re in the roundhouse!)
Losing your hearing can be a stressful and difficult time. You may have lost confidence or become more isolated. Come along to this friendly group and meet other people experiencing similar difficulties.
This class is held on Fridays in the Activity Room from 10am – midday, term time only, and costs £4.00.
Please call Mary Hall on 07790 283939 for more details.DROP IN
If you’re feeling low or isolated, our popular art groups may offer a solution. Some of the benefits people have experience are improving self-confidence, making new friends, and learning new skills and methods of self-expression. Although anybody is welcome, this activity is aimed at people with mild to moderate mental health needs.
Check out a video we made about Art Ease here.
It costs only £1. Please contact Sue Cooke for more information, on 0117 377 2255.Referral