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Herts Mind Newtork

Herts Mind Network is a mental health organisation providing a diverse range of Recovery orientated services in Dacorum, South West Herts, East Hertsmere and South East Herts.

Our aim is to promote positive mental health and assist recovery by meeting the needs of the individual, enabling them to make informed choices and take control of their lives.

To find out more about our services, please email: info@hertsmindnetwork.org or call: 08444 77 22 12

 

Herts Viewpoint

Viewpointis a mental health service user involvement project in Hertfordshire.It is essential that the people who use or who have used mental health services are enabled to help make positive changes to them.We hold local forums and meetings to take service user views and suggestions to mental health service providers. We also attend statutory meetings and work with organisations to encourage service user participation at all levels.

 

Genesis Housing Association

Supported Housing in Hertfordshire
Supported housing provides housing and support to our most vulnerable residents – older people and people with learning disabilities or mental health issues, enabling everyone to achieve maximum independence in their homes, daily lives and the community.
To make a referral call 01992 650724 or email: ashley.risk@genesisha.org.uk

 

 

Grow Cheshunt!

‘Grow’ is becoming the umbrella term used for the community we are creating.

Grow Sound, an Open Mic night every month and Grow Comedy, a comedy night which is soon to be more regular.
Grow Cheshunt is the name we have been running under.
Grow Cheshunt formed in response to the Year of Environment 2017 run by the Borough of Broxbourne.
Firstly opening a Community Allotment which is located in Cheshunt and then using a local venue to hold events to meet people from our local community in a more approachable way.
Our aims are to develop a more creative and sustainable place to live for people and the environment.

As a group, we are trying to open opportunities for people to share their skills, ideas and develop a conversation, around topics which we feel should be talked about more often to build better respect for ourselves and people in our local community.

 

In turn, we can have a more conscious view of the environment and community which surround us.

https://www.growcheshunt.co.uk

 

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