Do you feel pressure from your work, education or friends?
Do you feel like you don’t fit in?
Do you want to meet young people like yourself in a safe and supportive environment where you can talk about what’s bothering you?
Our 16 -25s Support Group is currently meeting online via Zoom on Mondays and Thursdays: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
It is a flexible group so there is no need to commit yourself to anything, if you need some help or just to chat come along! We will be running different activities each week.
The poem to the right is about our 16-25s Support Group and is written by one of its members, Hannah
You can join our Facebook group here:
Mind’s Young People’s 16/25 Youth Group
Why did I say yes?
What if they don’t like me?
Treat me like the people who bullied me.
My hands are shaking, knees quaking
Then the tears start.
A thousand worries at once
This is all too much.
Brainless, I press the zoom link
Numb in mind, body and soul.
Only to be greeted with smiles
Two ladies who look after me,
People who treat me normally
We talk about techniques
Hangman, pub quizzes, debates
The more I go, more my smile grows
Every week I now see friends, for a day feel my age
No longer a tear to roll down my face.
Support In Schools
Offering support to 16+ students in Builth Wells, Llandrindod Wells and Llanidloes campuses during school time.
Tuesdays – 11am—1pm in the Pastoral area. Booking advised but you can drop in.
Thursdays – 11am to 1pm in the Nurses room.
Llanidloes School Campus
Fridays – 11am – 1pm in the Meeting room.
Students are also welcome to join the online youth group
Are you a young person struggling with your mental health?
Are you a parent worried about your childs mental health?
Would you like more information on CAMHS and what to expect when you move to adult services?
Mind have released some online information that you may find useful.
This information is free and available to everyone through this link here: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-suppo…/for-young-people/
For more information you can contact our office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01597 824411