Please note, the venue for The Pathways To Recovery Course starting on May 17th, will now be hosted at the Grove Theatre, Dunstable and not Biggleswade.
From the age of 13, I was severely anorexic, bulimic and depressed, which madly enough was aspirational for my generation. Having a medically defined label was a status symbol, and I had the status, a pyrrhic victory. Continually shifting between not wanting to live and being on the brink of death, under a crumbling facade of highly successful student and popular teenager with a vigorous social life.
We are excited to be planning a Mental Health Volunteers Information Session (VIS) to be held in August 2017.
Let me tell you how amazing it feels to receive a message like the following, telling us what a difference our mental health peer support programmes are making to people’s lives.
Change, or, starting something new, often brings about unforeseen challenges.
Impact is no exception to change and change is a regular visitor to our door.
It’s always great to get positive feedback, and at Impact we really enjoy pulling all of the comments together for our annual report. The next report will be available in March 2017!
The Bedford You Programme which was scheduled to start on 14th October has been postponed.
If you would like to know when the new dates are available, please get in touch and we’ll keep you up to date.
Pathways to Recovery: Course 1. Week 1. Day 1. All the planning, preparation, team discussions (oh so many!) have all paid off. Our first day delivering our brand new Pathways to Recovery course has been a great success. The facilitators enthusiastically fed back their accounts of the day, starting with the delight of welcoming back […]