19 January 2017

Men’s Crisis House launches recovery groups

WritingBristol Mental Health's Men's Crisis House has launched client-led recovery groups to support people staying at the service.

"The groups were set up to help people maintain their mental health by developing tools and strategies to do this," says Mel Palmer, project manager at the Men's Crisis House.

Staff at the service - which is run by St Mungo's - developed the weekly groups after consultation with clients. The groups have met since December and focus on how members can use the five ways to wellbeing to help their recovery.

The five ways to wellbeing are five free, evidence-based actions that individuals can practise regularly to improve their wellbeing. They include connect, be active, take notice, learn and give.

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