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Providing support groups for people suffering mental distress 

CHANGES BRISTOL has been running mental health peer support meetings in the City of Bristol for over 14 years and our expertise helps more and more people each year. Our meetings are safe places for people to come and talk about their feelings and to take steps toward improving their lives.

The meetings are non-judgemental and confidential and are free to access. You can download a copy of our leaflet by clicking on the thumbnail on the left.

Statistics show that as many as 1 in 4 people will suffer from some form of mental distress at some point in their lives. Many more will be indirectly affected as their friends and loved ones suffer.

Mental distress can take many forms including worrying, feeling low, confusion, anxiety, panic, depression, mood swings, strange ideas or senses playing tricks. If mental distress is affecting your quality of life, it may be time to seek help .

“ Changes has made a massive difference in my life ” — Anon

New Support Groups -
*NEW* Women only meeting
and meetings in Easton, Hartcliffe
and an Over 55's meeting in Bedminster 

We're delighted to announce that our *NEW* meetings are up and running and people are welcome to attend. 

Women only meeting - in partnership with Missing Link at 5 Queens Square 5 Queen Square, Bristol BS1 4JQ   Thursdays 4pm-6pm
Over 55's meeting in Bedminster at RNIB, 10 Stillhouse Lane, Bedminster, BS3 4EB Thursdays 3pm to 5pm
Easton meeting - at Nilaari, 184 Stapleton Road, Easton BS5 0NZ Monday 1pm to 3pm
Hartcliffe meeting - at Hartcliffe Methodist Church, Mowcroft Road, BS13 0LT Thursday 11am to 1pm

Mend For Good

Here's Alison, one of our Trustees and the person behind the Mend for Good initiative. Have a look at the video and get in touch if you'd like to host your own Mend for Good event.#mce_temp_url#



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