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Northampton and District Mind would like to say a big heartfelt thankyou to Daventry Rotary Club who invited Mary Doyle, manager at our Daventry service as their guest speaker, to talk about Minds work in the local community, Northamptonshire and about
They made Mary feel very welcome, gifting a lovely two course meal and donating a £250 cheque to support mental health services.
Who are Daventry Rotary Club?
Through membership of a Rotary club, individuals volunteer their time by uniting together to deliver projects in communities at home and overseas.
Daventry Rotary club:
Provide resources and support for local community groups.
Organise events and competitions for people of all ages
Provide local fundraising, raise awareness and support for global health, social welfare and disaster response campaigns such as:
Alongside supporting worthwhile causes, one of the main aims of Daventry Rotary club is to unite all of its members with fun!!!
Once again a massive thank you for supporting Northampton and District Mind in Daventry
Click here for more information about the Rotary Club:
What is Daventry Mind?
Based in the town centre; we support people who have had prolonged or distressing mental health experiences, and those affected by more everyday mental distress.
The service works to a semi-structured framework which enables people to gain the skills and knowledge to assist them to take control of their own lives
Promoting Wellbeing and Recovery
We encourage people to actively get involved in their own mental well-being and recovery by learning new skills, working towards meaningful goals, developing self management strategies, self awareness, and hope and optimism
We offer 1-1 support, groups and courses, and a broad range of informal recreational and social activities which help people to interact with others and provides the opportunity to develop different interests and hobbies both within the service and in the local community.
Working in partnership
We acknowledge that all individuals accessing the service are unique and have different hopes, interests, needs and aspirations. We therefore aim to work in partnership with individuals and together identify aims and goals for personal development and recovery.
Monday: 9.30 –12.30
Tuesday: 9.30 –2.00
Wednesday: 9.30 –3.00
Thursday: 9.30 –2.30
Friday: 9.30 –2.00
For more information contact
Mary Doyle (Manager)
Sally Daniels, Sheila Mears
or Juliet Bailey
Please ask about the courses we have available
Please see our 3- month
All activities can be subject to change
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