An additional bespoke service for individuals residing in West Lancashire is available with Empower the Invisible Project by contacting your local Minds Matter team.
Beyond the Blade Lancashire Project with young people is still taking place in a limited capacity within the community in Preston using social distancing guidelines and will be fully operational when the government advise that the distancing guidelines can be safely relaxed.
Training can still be provided online via Zoom and we have the capacity to deliver training events for up to 80 people.
All our current peer support groups have now moved to online via Zoom which is accessible using a laptop, computer or mobile phone. We are currently providing online meetings and several 1-1 sessions. Access to these meetings is via a link which is available by contacting Rose or Daniel direct.
Peer Support weekly face to face in several locations in Lancashire facilitated by Rose and Daniel
1-1 Recovery Coaching
Virtual support groups
Unlocked - in-reach project in custodial settings
All groups are accessible to males and females we don’t run single-sex groups
Suicide Awareness short films
Carpool Recovery with those who have accessed peer support and are now thriving and inspiring others.
Beyond the Blade Lancashire: bespoke project working with young people at risk from knife crime, child sexual exploitation and county lines in hard to reach areas of Preston funded by Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner in partnership with Lancashire Violence Reduction Unit.