Rugby Mental Health Social Activities Group
This group meets regularly and arrange trips and other social activities. One of the members said “Since joining the group, I have not only gained more confidence but made new friends. Before joining I would never have dreamt about visiting places outside Rugby. This has impacted on the rest of my life as I no longer stay in my flat all the time.” Contact Donald 01788 810585
Rugby Panic Attack Support Group
The group meet in the evenings on the 3rd Thursday of the month and share time supporting each other and develop coping strategies, learning from each other’s experience. Contact Lisa 07809 572020
Aspire in Arts Ltd. provides inclusive and inspirational arts activities to young people aged 11-25 across the Midlands. They are a social enterprise providing inclusive art workshops to young people in schools and organisations across the Midlands. Our inspirational workshops include, dance, graffiti art, singing, song writing, instrumentation, music production and performance techniques. We also deliver the Arts Award alongside our workshops. Phone 07885276691 Email firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/aspireinarts
Online directories of social groups and activities across Coventry
Spice, the activity, adventure and social group www.spicebham.com
Latest news, exhibition reviews, links, event listings and education resources from thousands of UK museums, galleries, archives and libraries, all in one place: www.culture24.org.uk
Don’t Panic App
A collection of self-help therapies specifically designed to support people who are living with stress, panic attacks, anger, negative thinking, worry and social anxiety. The Don’t Panic app, developed by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust, is available to download, completely free of charge, to iPhone and Android mobile phones as well as also being available to listen to from a purpose-built website: www.covwarkpt.nhs.uk/dont_panic
Events and activities at Coventry’s libraries
Folk music, song and dance
Adult Education courses Coventry
Meetup: find your people
Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world.
SAFELINE is a voluntary association based in the UK which has been established by people who were themselves sexually abused as children. Their aims are to relieve suffering and advance education amongst people experiencing the after effects of the trauma of rape and sexual abuse, without distinction of gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, political, religious or other opinions.
A not-for-profit social enterprise publisher that aims to improve access to the publishing industry. They publish ‘Here Comes Everyone’, a bi-monthly literary magazine of fiction, articles and poetry. They also offer writing and publishing workshops aimed at helping people to develop their creativity and learn new skills.