Our very own Tony McGarr talks to Truthfal. We support students every Thursday between 11-2pm up on Penryn Campus. You will find Debbie, Tony and team Carrick by the Compass Reception, they can offer support, advice and a friendly listening ear. Just drop by and say hello or pick up some information.
FREE* PROGRAMME May – September 2019 *eligibility criteria: unemployed Woodland sessions Mondays 10am – 2pm near Penryn Activities (not mandatory): • Green wood working • Campfire cooking • Foraging • Natural crafts Using nature to build confidence, relieve stress and improve your emotional wellbeing. Transport and childcare costs subsidised to eligible participants. Employment support available.
Time to Talk Day 2019 join us! On Time to Talk Day we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health. Time to Talk Day 2019 is taking place on Thursday 7th February. We have joined up with Palacio Lounge Falmouth and will be there for tea and a chat from 10.30am-12.30pm. This year’s
Update – Redruth Get Set to Go taster session Thursday 10th January at The Wesley Buildings, Redruth TR15 2EG at 3.00-5.00pm. Get involved with this brand new Cornwall mental health service. Our friendly activity leaders are helping people just like you overcome their challenges to take part in a new exercise or sport. Physical activity is good
Carrick Mind Mental Elf Bikeathon To kick start our new Get Set to Go service that launches in December, The Carrick Mind team were at Asda Penryn 10.00am-4.00pm on Tuesday 11th December for our Mental Elf fundraising Bikeathon! We raised £278.94! Thank you everybody for your kind donations. Carrick Mind’s vision is mental wellbeing for all;
Our Carrick Mind allotment project produces a wide seasonal variety of fruit and vegetables. People that attend our project tell us that they feel the positive benefits that gardening and being outdoors can have on their wellbeing. Stones Bakery in Falmouth have been taking our produce for a small donation. This really helps boost confidence and sense of achievement
Starting University is likely to bring a number of changes to your life. Hopefully it should be enjoyable and interesting, but it can also be challenging, especially if you have mental health difficulties. Students are at higher risk of developing mental health problems with research showing that many people first experience mental health issues or
Great news! We are delighted to announce that Carrick Mind now has a second allotment plot on the Falmouth Swanvale Site! This means we can expand our project further. We are now taking referrals for the Allotment Project. If you would like to help develop the site with Tony and the team, plus reap the benefits of being