Our mission is to help people take action to change their lives for the better
Our services promote mental and physical health and wellbeing and increase social inclusion
What we do
We promote physical and mental wellbeing by breaking down the stigma around mental health, promoting healthier lifestyles and supporting people to access the care they need.
Our bilingual volunteers and Maternity Mentors support refugees and people from newly arrived communities to access health care and live more healthily. We support people affected by FGM.
We support stroke survivors and their families and carers to regain skills, access services and take part in local life.
We befriend isolated older people by matching them with volunteers who visit for a chat.
Our Preschool gives children aged 2-5 a better start in life.
We have a small staff of 35 full and part-time workers. We work with over 250 local volunteers at any one time throughout the year. We made a difference to over 7,000 beneficiaries last year and over 2,000 people a week come through the doors of our centre.