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Drop-ins covering LGBTQI, men’s mental health, people with terminal diagnoses (and their carers), people needing support from adult social care, and with housing & benefits.
Meeting at CN4C, Redruth. Coffee and chat – plus a space to be yourself. New group that started in June, so still looking for ideas for activities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Cornwall Hospice Care drop-ins for people with terminal diagnoses
Cornwall Hospice Care is pleased to announce that it is offering a new monthly information and signposting service in Newquay Library 10 – 12:30pm from the 11th July. Everyone is welcome: Run by specially trained local volunteers, our community service is safe and a friendly place to talk. They can help with information about planning for the future, local services or will just be there to have a chat.
Neighbourhood HUBs in Wadebridge and Penzance, and also at hospices in Hayle and St Austell. These help patients to manage their symptoms, reducing dependency and increase independence, and also to help answer questions about their condition or future planning. The hubs provide occupational therapy, physiotherapy and complementary therapy for patients undergoing palliative care, while complementary therapy is also available for their carers, free of charge.
Penzance Neighbourhood Hub
Clarence House, Clarence Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2PA; Every Thursday 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Hayle Neighbourhood Hub
St Julia’s Hospice, Foundry Hill , Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4HW; Every Wednesday 10.00am to 2.00pm
Wadebridge Neighbourhood Hub
John Betjeman Centre, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7BX; Every Thursday 1.30pm to 4.30pm
St Austell Neighbourhood Hub
Mount Edgcumbe Hospice, Porthpean Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL26 6AB; Every Wednesday 10.00am to 2.00pm
Adult Social Care drop-ins Penzance and Camborne
Representatives from social care and in Camborne there is always a representative from the British Legion, plus others from the voluntary sector and other support organisations. Please see attached posters or email email@example.com
Adult Social Care in these areas are looking for organisations that can attend and talk to them about what they offer in the local area, especially for free provision that may support people to reduce or delay social care needs.
Supporting men’s mental health in Cornwall. They offer infomal, relaxed groups, where men of all ages can meet to talk about their mental health issues. Groups in Truro, Penryn and Falmouth and Redruth.
Truro – Lifetime Therapy Centre, 77 Lemon Street, Fortnightly, Sundays at 7pm
Penryn and Falmouth – Falmouth Town Barbers, Killigrew Street, Fortnightly, Wednesdays, 7pm
Redruth- Hamilton’s Barbershop, Fore Stree, Thursdays, 7pm.
Safe and inclusive male-only group to address the stigma of men’s mental health.
Weekly events at Newquay Orchard, Wednesdays at 7pm. See their Facebook page for all events, and other details.
Byan Homegroup Information, Advice and Guidance drop-ins
Information drop-ins for people around housing, budgeting, claiming benefits, etc.
At venues throughout Cornwall.