Survivors
Worcester

About Us

We are a small, independent charity, providing drop-in facilities for adults of any age experiencing mental health difficulties. We also welcome their carers and family members. We are open two times a week Tuesdays and Thursday 10:00am to 14:00pm. Our service caters for any person living in the Worcestershire area.

We aim to provide a friendly, safe, accepting, social environment, where members can enjoy each other's company, mutually support one another and build up their self-esteem and self-confidence.

We value each individual as unique and of equal worth, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or disability. We are committed to anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice. Members agree to uphold our principles of security and respect for each other (here's our reminder).

The club is run solely by volunteers, most of whom have or have had mental health difficulties themselves. Volunteers say that being useful to others boosts their self-esteem and gives them a sense of purpose in their life. A high percentage of our volunteers have moved on into paid employment and or education.

There are no referral forms involved in becoming a member. Membership is free, just visit us and see what you think! If you are apprehensive about coming on your own, you are welcome to bring someone with you. There is also the option to meet one of our volunteers for a chat before you arrive.

If you'd like to display a small (A4 size) poster about us somewhere that might be helpful to other people you can find it here.