What we offer The
Wellness Centre offers quality free support to help people prevent the onset of mental health problems and alleviate issues such as stress, anxiety, isolation, and low mood. We offer support to adults with mild, severe, and enduring long-term conditions.
We work in partnership with a diverse group of mental health professionals and providers supporting the Black Minority and Ethnic communities in Croydon and the South East London area. Empowering people towards better mental and physical wellbeing, we offer an exciting range of group events and activities to help people to improve their mental wellbeing, physical health, social and daily living skills.
The Wellness Centre
Supporting the BME Communities is at the heart of what we do at The Wellness Centre.
As well hiring out the space to community groups and organisations, we deliver health and wellbeing activities and workshops. We aim to support people with mild and enduring mental health conditions to substantially improve their quality of life and avoid if possible, unnecessary hospital admissions. We focus on helping people to achieve positive outcomes in four main areas: mental wellbeing, physical health, social networks, and daily living skills.
For people seeking help and their healthcare providers, the centre offers:
- A drop in centre for accessing advice
- Referral support to other local services
- Access to counselling support
- Facilitated by our dedicated Wellness Centre Team, our activities and workshops have been carefully designed with our service users in mind and is suitable for people who are self-motivated and able to make changes in their lives and feel able to attend or take part in the activities. If you would like to find out more about what we have on offer each month, why not give us a call on 0208 680 3635.
Tips to cope with Covid-19
Maintaining healthy relationships with people close to us can help our mental health. If you are not able to meet up with friends and family in person stay in touch by phone, video calls or social media.
Keep on talking
If you are feeling worried or helpless about the current situation, you are not alone. Sharing your concerns with others you trust can help you cope with what is taking place around you.
Look after your body
Our physical health is important during this time. Try to eat healthy, drinks lots of water and exercise regularly