Tuesday 22 May 2018, 2.30pm – Quaker Meeting House, Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool City Council has ambitious plans to facilitate the development of a mental health and wellbeing hub (MHWBH) in the Old Swan area of Liverpool, operating from the currently disused St Brendan’s RC Church site.
The council’s long-term vision is for MHWBH to be operated independently as a self-sustaining, not-for-profit, enterprise funded through income generation. MHWBH will support the prevention and promote recovery of mental ill health by providing social and community based interventions, which are easily accessible to those from both the local and surrounding areas.
Listening Ear is a mental health charity, located in Merseyside, which provides counselling and therapy services to children, young people and adults aged 4 and above within Merseyside and Cheshire.
Listening Ear has been commissioned by Liverpool City Council to deliver phase 1 of the re-development of St. Brendan’s Church, which includes engaging with stakeholder groups from the local community, to capture their thoughts and ideas. Listening Ear will be holding a number of consultation events, as well as an online survey, to capture their distinctive service needs and requirements for the building.
This consultation event is aimed at service users, as well as health care professionals. Daytime and evening events will be held in Old Swan for local residents in the following two weeks.
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