A support group for those who might be concerned about their mental health. 'It's OK not to be OK' offers a sympathetic environment where individuals can be directed to professional counselling or other appropriate support.
In partnership with Chichester University, an Adult Counselling service is now being offered each Saturday.
A Bereavement Support service is now offered at the Selsey Care Shop. It also offers an introduction to the befriending services and activities that the shop provides and which might be helpful for those suffering a bereavement.
Details of our current wellbeing services can be found below. If you wish to know more about any of these free services,
you can watch the video or contact the Selsey Care Shop at 121 High St or telephone 01243 201616. Please note that, during the current Covid-19 restrictions, some of these services are being conducted by telephone.
Help with those difficult Attendance Allowance, Carers Allowance, Blue Badge and other application forms.
The Parenting Support project is currently being finalised.
One-to-one mediation and mentoring offers assistance in identifying support that might be helpful with such matters as family issues, parenting, bereavement, carer support, abuse,
or dementia issues. If we cannot help, we will find an organisation that can.
Selsey Community Forum is most grateful to the Ferry Farm Community Solar Project for a crisis funding grant of £3,230 to Selsey Wellbeing Services in dealing with mental health and other problems arising from Covid-19 restrictions.