Face to face, telephone and virtual support. Anyone can drop in for a coffee and a chat, staff will assess the person and offer emotional support, signpost if applicable, allow access to IT equipment and phones if needed. We are looking to start promoting activities over the next few weeks – Allotments, reading club, walking. We are also offering support with our clients to use wellbeing apps on their phones.
Monday – Sunday 10am – 7pm
Offering Community group support, Face to Face and Virtual Support. Mon – Fri 9am – 4.30pm. Prestatyn Community Group days, Wednesday and Thursday 10.30am – 2pm.
Gender specific and mixed group community support. Including Health and Wellbeing sessions. “Brew and Do”, learning DIY skills. Virtual Mental Health groups. Creative groups, including mini film production and subjects around art. As well as sessions exploring history and the modern world. Our aim is to support people into social integration, reduce mental health stigma and create opportunities.
Denbighshire, LL21 0DP
Based at our centre, Canolfan Ni in Corwen, the purpose of South Denbighshire Community Partnership is that of promoting benefit to the inhabitants of South Denbighshire. Our aim is to provide facilities, services and activities for the community, of all ages, to address issues of social isolation, improving access to services and enhance opportunities to improve health and well being.
Canolfan Ni has an ‘open door’ policy and willing to welcome anyone who wish to grab a cuppa and have a chat.
Our doors are open from 9am to 4:30pm, with some groups meeting in the evenings.