Mental health drop-in session for men to be held in north Norfolk

A man being helped by the Wellbeing service. Picture: Wellbeing Service

A man being helped by the Wellbeing service. Picture: Wellbeing Service - Credit: Wellbeing Service

Men living with mental health issues are being invited to come along and chat at a new event held in north Norfolk.

A friendly, informal drop-in session is being held in Cromer on Monday, May 14, and is aimed at men who may be looking for help in tackling anxiety, stress, depression or other mental health and emotional problems.

The event takes place at the Parish Hall, Cromer between 2pm and 6.30pm, where there will be a wide-range of stalls and entertainment and a Time to Talk Café where people can chat.

The event, timed to coincide with the start of National Mental Health Awareness Week is being run by Emilie Ruddick, Local Associate Co-ordinator from Wellbeing Norfolk & Waveney, who said: 'There have been events like this in Norwich, but we wanted to bring one to North Norfolk, so people here are aware of the support that is available locally. The aim is to make it informal, so people feel comfortable dropping in for a chat.'


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