Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
St Andrews House
201 London Road
Tel: 0300 123 4011
We want to support your Recovery journey and wellbeing in order to support you with fulfilling your potential. There are various options for support across Derbyshire which cover your area. We have provided you with some information below about courses and support available in and around Derby City, but if you want to know more please contact the team.
The 8 week course aims to support individuals to adopt different skills for recovery and well-being through a facilitated group process using an educational and practical approach. The group aims to help people to learn and practice about the benefits of a healthier and more confident lifestyle. It is delivered using a recovery focus and theme as a motivator to support health behaviour change.
The Skills to Recovery is a course co-designed and delivered by peer support volunteers and Occupational Therapists. People can develop strategies and learn to manage their own mental health more effectively to help move towards a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Different weekly topics include; Introduction to recovery, balancing your lifestyle, food for thought, healthy body healthy mind, building resilience, moving forward with confidence, steps to the future and my toolbox for keeping well.
Derby City Life Links is a peer support and recovery service that brings together those currently receiving mental health support and those with lived experience of mental ill health to support others with similar needs. They will provide a range of support tailored to each individual’s personal goals around their mental health and wellbeing, such as achieving stability; pursuing voluntary work or employment; or managing their wellbeing. A key element of the service is peer support, connecting people with lived experience of mental ill health to support others with similar needs.
There is a dedicated information line to help those looking for resources and local groups, helping people to identify the types of support available to help them with mental health needs and general wellbeing, including sport and leisure activities.
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