As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we'll be running a series of classes free and open to the public. Learn more about Creative Living Centre and experience some of the work we do in Mental Health and wellbeing.
As Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) approaches from the 14th to the 20th May 2018, we continue to work to spread the news about how Mental Health can impact our daily lives. Find out what can be done to help manage your own mental health at home and what services are on offer by attending our centre in Prestwich, Manchester.
This MHAW, the theme is Stress: Are We Coping? and how we can each manage our own and what can be done to help others to do the same. According to MentalHealth.org, Stress can pay a key part in our Mental Health taking a hit and we at the centre agree. We have a number of different therapies and activities on offer to help you manage your stress.
During MHAW we will be hosting a number of Free Drop In Sessions all members and non members welcomed. On Saturday May 12th there will be a number of activities (details to follow) and the following days/times* and activities will take place to help you manage and relieve your stress:
If you're local to our centre in Prestwich this Mental Health Awareness Week, please pop into the centre to see what we have on offer during MHAW. You can follow us on Social Media! We post regularly on Facebook and Twitter, to keep people up to date on the goings on at the centre!
We have a number of excellent rooms for organisations to hire in a very convenient location right next to Prestwich tram stop.
1: A yoga studio sized room suitable for groups, rehearsals & exercise classes
2. A number of small to medium sized meeting rooms
3. A cafe space with kitchen facilities
4. An art room perfect for an art or craft class
5. 4 x therapy rooms (3 with massage beds)
All at very reasonable rates.
If you would like more details please email email@example.com
or ring 0161 696 7501
We recently held a talk about the activities at the centre. This was for ADAB as part of their Health event. This was held during Mental Health Awareness week as a way to encourage others to talk and be more aware of the challenges and issues we each face on a daily basis. You can find more information about Mental Health Awareness Week from Twitter, looking up the hashtag #MHAW2017. We recorded the talk featuring one of our staff members, please watch and help share this with your friends and family.