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Suicide

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training: ASIST

https://www.suicidesafercornwall.org/

ASIST provides Suicide First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person at risk. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

ASIST training was brought into Cornwall and Isles of Scilly in 2009 as part of a wider strategy to prevent suicides, and in response to requests for training in how to assess risk and how to talk about suicide

SELF CARE Help

http://www.selfcareforum.org/resources/mandate/

http://www.selfcareforum.org/getting-started/how-to-guide/

http://www.selfcareforum.org/resources/sca-web-button/

http://www.selfcareforum.org/resources/patient-portal/

 

 

STRESS BUSTER – Effective ways to control stress

http://www.outlooksw.co.uk/stress-buster

FINDING YOURSELF AGAIN - postnatal support group for mums suffering with low mood.  The group sessions are run on a rolling basis. Mothers can either refer themselves to the sessions, or speak to their GP or Health Visitor about a referral. The service is for mothers suffering with mild to moderate postnatal depression with a baby up to the age of two years old. Please telephone 01208 871 905 for more information.

DOING BETTER - Increase positive mood and wellbeing.

 

 www.cornwallmentalhealth.com

A one stop resource developed for the user

  • Advice and guidance
  • Interactive forums
  • Podcasts and creative work

 

www.pentreath.co.uk

  • Enablement project—helping those recovering from mental ill health to get more from life
  • Vocational workers
  • Worklink

 

Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change - Truro Activities

For all info can email Claire@cn4c.org.uk or call/ text on 07966 400621

MONDAY

Art Group, Malabar Community Centre 10-12pm. FREE

TUESDAYS

Wellbeing 4You Group – Relaxation exercises, goal setting around improving wellbeing (Exploring food, cooking, activity, local groups, sharing and peer support, socialisation) 10-12pm. Malpas Community Centre, Polruan Road. FREE

Gentle Yoga (especially for those with long term conditions) £3 – 12-1pm Malpas Community Centre

3rd Tuesday of the Month – Chronic Fatigue / Fibromyalgia Support Group 10-12pm Malpas Community Centre

WEDNESDAYS

Walking Group (for beginner walkers) Various locations in Truro. 11-12pm.

Community Lunch Club – learn how to cook together healthily and on a budget. £1 for a 2 course lunch.  Malabar Community Centre 12-2pm

THURSDAYS

Last Thursday of the Month – Gardening Club, Trelander and St Clements Community Centre 7-9pm

 

http://www.healthpromcornwall.org/events/

 

Promoting Health Information Line (PHIL) is a health promotion initiative developed by Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Primary Care Trust. This service is designed to provide advise and support to those who wish to make a positive lifestyle change concerning smoking, alcohol intake, healthy weight and physical activity.
 

 

http://www.cornwallrcc.org.uk/services/mental-health/

Want to give up smoking??

http://www.nosmokingday.org.uk/

http://www.healthpromcornwall.org/index_Stop-Smoking-Service_12.asp

http://www.eefo.net/index.cfm/cornwall/Services.Details/service_id/279

http://www.nhs.uk/Services/Trusts/PctServices/Service/DefaultView.aspx?id=7778 

 

www.quit4cornwall.com/

 

Want to know more about drugs?

Are you a concerned parent or friend?

http://www.talktofrank.com/

YZUP

http://www.wchlc.org.uk/getproject.cfm?code=199

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Yourchildshealthandsafety/WorriedAbout/index.htm

DAAT:

http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=5097 

 

Would you like to lose weight?

Would you like a healthier lifestyle?

www.cornwallhealthyweight.org.uk

The website includes a range of tools which patients and staff may find helpful to support overweight and obese individuals.

 

Last updated: 20/04/2017

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