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Green Light offers full day sessions and half day sessions. Aimed at vulnerable teenagers and adults.
Sandy has been practicing yoga for more than 40 years. She is a FRYOG trained yoga teacher holding weekly yoga classes in Newport on the Isle of Wight.
The objectives of the Mind the Gap course are to change the way people think about themselves so they no longer think about committing suicide, or think they are not worthy of living the life they deserve having been told for many years repeatedly how useless they are, how worthless they are, how they will never be able to survive on their own, how nobody else will ever love them.
Butterflies Bereavement Support was founded by a group of people who had experienced bereavement and loss and who have used their skills and experience to ensure that all people have full access to a specialist bereavement support network at the time of need for their family and friends.
Isle of Wight
What we do: Typically our clients are men and women who are struggling to come to terms with one or more life-shocks. This could be cancer or other major illness, bereavement, job loss, divorce / break-up, and other types of losses. We help by equipping them with the right information and tools to work through the emotional impact of their traumatic experiences. In this way, they are able to face their grief, let go of any emotional pain limiting them, and regain a sense of wellbeing. For those who want to support children through grief, we offer a specially-designed 6-week course (see below). We also provide bespoke ‘Emotional First Aid’ training for HR staff, managers and other professionals who want to give the right support to any employees who have experienced a significant loss. Support With Life-Changing Events: Helping Children Deal with Loss Workshop – experiential training designed to help you support children through the ups and downs of life. Events such as moving house, pet loss and death of a grandparent are some of the first losses children can experience. This programme is aimed at parents, teachers, youth workers and other professionals who work with or care […]
The Isle of Wight Council Adult Community Learning Service (ACL) supports opportunities for Adults aged 19+ to develop new interests, skills or just have fun.
The Way Forward Programme works with adults and young people from 12 years of age to retirement who have a learning or physical disability, people on the autistic spectrum and people suffering from mental health conditions providing services 7 days a week and every evening.
A new safe place for homeless people to take shelter in during the colder winter months is to be provided by the Isle of Wight Council.
Safe Places are where adults with learning disabilities can go to get advice and help if they feel vulnerable or unsafe.
Do you have concerns about a child or young adult who may have an additional need, disability or medical condition?
We are very pleased to share the news that ‘Space 4U’, a safe haven for young people aged 11-17, experiencing mental health crisis, opens its doors in October.
Join us at Monkton Arts in Ryde to meet new people, build friendships and learn more about your local heritage through sharing memories, creative activities and group outings!
11 East Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight
Based in your local area, your Community Connector works with people of all ages to help them build their idea of a good life, and works to help make our neigbourhoods stronger.
Community Connector West WightSupporting all members of the community to live better lives and become more connected.
West Wight Sports & Community Centre, Moa Place, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, PO40 9XH
We provide an out of hours service based in Newport for people Island wide who identify themselves as experiencing a mental health crisis.
Isorropia Foundation is a new kind of service – a non-profit community interest company that’s designed to bridge the gaps that exists in our social and healthcare services. Gaps that people are falling through every day, that’s harming our community and preventing us from prospering.
Do you need help, support or advice? There are various services available to Isle of Wight residents should you need urgent mental health advice or treatment.