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Community Minds

Community involvement provides a sense of belonging

Community Minds

Being part of a community can have a positive effect on mental health and wellbeing. Community involvement provides a sense of belonging and helps tackle social isolation. Our Community groups provide opportunity for peer support and can bring extra meaning and purpose to everyday life.

Our current community focused services

Social Cafes via Zoom

What is it all about? – A friendly, chatty, no pressure group, like going to a cafe but online!

What can I expect? – Our Social Cafes are a get together that happen over Zoom and are for anyone who feels isolated or wants to connect with others for a friendly chat and get a little support. We chat about all sorts, and you can participate as much or as little as you like.

What do I need? – Just make a cuppa and join us! These sessions are free and take place using the online meeting software Zoom. 

When?  Mondays 10.00-11.00am or Thursdays 10.30-11.30am.

How could it help my wellbeing? – The cafes provide social contact, opportunities for friendship, and access to peer and professional support. If you have mental health problems you can often become isolated, and being part of recovery focused activities really can make a difference. 

How do I join? – Email info@cornwallmind.org and we will put you in touch with a project coordinator.

“I look forward to the sessions, we have a laugh and support each other”

Community Cafes

What is it all about? – Monthly meet ups in your local community. No referral needed. 

What can I expect? – Join us for a friendly chat, pick up some information or ask for signposting help. A one stop for all things mental health related.

What do I need? – Just buy a coffee and join us! 

When? These cafes are currently on hold due to Covid 19.

How could it help my wellbeing? – The cafes provide social contact, opportunities for friendship, and access to peer and professional support. If you have mental health problems you can often become isolated, and being part of recovery focused activities, in your local community, really can make a difference. 

How do I join? – Email info@cornwallmind.org and we will put you in touch with a project coordinator.

Community Radio Show 

You can also get involved with A Space to Speak Your Mind.

A Space to Speak Your Mind is Source FM’s community mental health radio show in collaboration with Cornwall Mind. We discuss all things mental health related, with live presenters in the studio and our team of contributors out and about around Cornwall. There’ll also be events and resources which you can access to improve your mental wellbeing.

If you’d like to contribute to the show in any way, please get in touch. Email info@cornwallmind.org and we will put you in touch with a project coordinator.you can become a part of the team (full free training will be given) or just request a record.

The Source FM 

Missed a show? It’s easy to catch up

Download from : Apple Podcasts

Find us on Spotify.com/

Find us on : Twitter

Listen : sourcefm.co.uk/

Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9lNWI2NDY0L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz