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About Changes Health & Wellbeing

Charity number: 1144940

CHANGES is a user-led mental health charity providing a unique recovery service to those experiencing mental distress, based on users attending weekly mutual help groups and following CHANGES 12 step recovery programme, (developed from users own experience in recovering from mental distress). Access to CHANGES service is open and open-ended. Groups work on the principle of mutual help, i.e. where people in mental distress can join together to help each other. To facilitate this process, groups are co-ordinated by 2 trained volunteers, (known as Co-ordinators) and follow a Group Method, (i.e. set agenda and protocol). Changes specific aims: Promoting recovery and mental wellbeing Enabling user involvement Influencing local and national policy and practise Promoting a more positive and accurate view of mental distress Changes core activities: Providing weekly mutual-help groups for those in mental distress Providing regular 'Wellbeing Workshops' Providing users with opportunities for training and volunteering Providing a menu of supported social activities Providing a comprehensive information service Partnership & networking with local and national mental health organisations Providing recovery training to health & social care professionals Representation/input via national and local commissioning bodies/ forums etc. Providing regular press releases and involvement in mental health promotion initiatives