Tilbury Learning 4 Wellbeing - Free Programme
Mild to moderate mental health conditions are common, but if one or more is affecting your ability to work then this project can support you. Examples of mild to moderate mental health conditions can include depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, OCD, and PTSD and phobias.
On this project you will be offered individual mentoring sessions and a choice of small group wellbeing activities. You can pick and choose which ones you take part in and your mentor will help build your confidence if that is a barrier to attending.
It is proven that activities which promote good mental health may also prevent mental illness. Wellbeing activities currently on the project include:
- Confidence Building and Self-Esteem
- Eat Well to Be well
- Money Management
- First Aid for Adults
- Paediatric First Aid
- The Healthy Mind
- Gardening and opportunities to take part in other enrichment and outdoor activities
Wellbeing activities will be delivered in accordance with current social distancing guidelines and may include a blended learning approach which is a mixture of face to face and online delivery. 121 mentoring will currently be online or by telephone
Funded by the European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF) this project is one of the Tilbury CLLD Programmes. 'Tilbury Learning for Wellbeing' is a project led by Thurrock Adult Community College with project partners Inclusion Recovery College Thurrock and Thurrock Council’s Public Health Team.