If you wish to enquire about the Wellbeing Campus, please call them on 07599 872911
The Wellbeing Campus is a service for adults with a common mental health disorder. It is a joint initiative between Wirral Lifelong and Family Learning Service and AiW Health. It’s free to access and it uses an educational approach to support people to improve their wellbeing. It’s available to any adult (19+) who is experiencing a mental health problem, or who is a Carer for someone with a mental health problem or who has a professional interest in mental health problems. Enrolment is simple – just phone or email the Campus to talk to one of the tutors. Everyone who enrols learns about common mental health problems and how to overcome them in short, free sessions that take place in small groups in a relaxed and informal environment. After their studies in the core sessions, learners are supported to develop their own strategies for improving and maintaining their wellbeing through a wide range of activities and pursuits of their own choosing. These activities (such as cookery, gardening, exercise, art, photography, pottery, etc) are also all free, so learners can take their time to experience and develop individual wellbeing plans that work for them. The hub of the Wellbeing Campus is in Bentinck Street, Birkenhead, which is very accessible for public transport. As well as their taught sessions, learners can drop in for a chat over a cuppa followed by a free relaxation session if they want.