Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everybody at Chard WATCH CIC!
Please note that our office and Thursday Project will be closed from Monday the 24th December, and normal service will resume from Wednesday the 2nd January.
If you have mild to moderate mental health issues and wish to participate in a Peer Support Group, become a volunteer or a support worker for one, follow these links to learn more about some of the workshops we have on offer.
Don’t miss out and apply today! 🙂
Taunton – St James Church Hall
Learning Peer Support workshop: 23rd, 30th of November & 7th, 14th December 2018 @ 1pm
Yeovil – Baptist Church Hall
Learning Peer Support workshop: 20th, 27th November and 4th and 11th December 2018 @ 1.30pm
CHARD WATCH CIC (Working Altogether in Chard) is a voluntary group that was set up to reach out and engage with adults who, because of various conditions and issues, are socially isolated and who face barriers within their community and surrounding areas. The members consist of adults (18 upwards) and include people with mental health issues, recovering alcohol and substance users, ethnic minority groups, people with physical disabilities, the elderly, and the homeless, etc.
The project offers a social base where members can regain confidence by accessing various workshops and activities like art, reading, woodwork, drama, personal awareness courses and IT workshops. These are delivered one day a week from the Chard Rugby Club, Essex Close, Chard.
- If you’re interested in being part of the Project, please contact us on 07506238540 and ask for Julie. Alternatively, you can speak to your support worker.