Resources for groups
Self Help Nottingham has a wealth of experience in working with new and established self help groups. Our primary focus is working across Nottinghamshire where we promote and support the development of thriving, diverse self help groups and networks which offer help to people with health and well-being issues. For example, people:
- with long term medical conditions
- in recovery, or seeking recovery, from substance misuse
- facing difficult life situations
- with mental health issues
- who are unemployed
- with disabilities
Visit our Group Development page for all aspects of support to groups, including available to established groups and support for individuals wishing to set up a new group.
Training and Networking events for self help groups
Self Help Nottingham provides a range of workshops, training events, themed meetings and networks for local groups. Visit our Training page to view a list of up-and-coming events.
Self Help Nottingham offer groups a range of practical services, for example the design and production of publicity materials, photocopying and printing. Visit our Practical Services page for a full list of services.
Self Help Nottingham has two specialist Self Help Development Workers with a remit to extend the range and scope of groups for people with drug and alcohol issues. Visit our Recovery Network page for more information.
Publications and briefing sheets
Self Help Nottingham produces a number of publications, guides and briefing sheets aimed at members of groups and professionals. The briefing sheets are free to groups meeting in Nottinghamshire (contact Self Help Nottingham for details). A full list of publications is available via the website. Visit our Publications Listing page for more information.
If you feel your group might benefit from some extra help or support, or if you would like further information about setting up a self help group in Nottinghamshire, please contact us:
click here to use our information request form
or telephone 0115 911 1662, Monday-Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm and ask to talk with a training and development worker.
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Page updated: 23 February 2012