Drop-in dates

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague. We can offer information or advice about any concerns you may have around self harm.

You will have the opportunity to meet Val our experienced and qualified therapist, and Colin, our experienced and friendly project worker.

All drop-in sessions will take place at:
1 Beech Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NG7 7LJ.

To speak to our friendly team:

Phone: 0115 880 0280

Email: info@harmless.org.uk

Children’s grief awareness week

This week has been Children’s grief awareness week, which runs from 16th to 22nd November

It is estimated that 1 in 29 children and young people in school have been bereaved by a parent of sibling. The Childhood Bereavement Network estimates that over 100 children are bereaved of a mum or dad each day.

We understand that bereavement by suicide is unlike any other type of bereavement, and we do not want anyone to feel alone or like there is no one to turn to for help.

The Tomorrow Project offer support to those that may be in suicide crisis and those that have been bereaved and affected by suicide. No matter what age, we can help

The Tomorrow Project will be here, for those bereaved and affected by suicide, when and as you need us.

#yourenotalone

bereavement@tomorrowproject.org.uk

0115 880 0280

 

 

 

East Leake Catch up Café Cancelled!

We were scheduled to hold a Catch up Café on Friday 22nd September 2017 at 10am in our East Leake office!

Unfortunately, this has been cancelled!

We are really sorry about this and we are hoping to get new dates set as soon as we can!

If you would like to find our more information about our service or would like to refer in, please call or email us on:

0115 934 8445

crisis@tomorrowproject.org.uk

bereavement@tomorrowproject.org.uk

Harmless Drop In Today

Harmless will be hosting a

Young Person Drop in Session

Wednesday 11th January.

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4 – 5 pm

If you are aged between 11 – 21 years, and would like support for yourself, a friend or family member then feel free to come along.

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague.

Drop in sessions are held at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Centre on Mansfield Road (opposite House of Fraser).

If you have trouble finding us please call on 0115 8348445 or email us at info@harmless.org.uk

Catch up Café

Harmless will be hosting a Catch up Café

Tuesday 13th December 2016

4.30 – 5.30 pm.

If you are 18 or over, and would like support for yourself, a friend or family member then feel free to come along.

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague.

Catch up Café sessions are held at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Centre on Mansfield Road (opposite House of Fraser).

If you have trouble finding us please call on 0115 8348445 (professional use only) or email us at info@harmless.org.uk

Harmless Drop in

Harmless will be hosting a

Young Person Drop in Session

Thursday 8th December.

4 – 5 pm

If you are aged between 11 – 21 years, and would like support for yourself, a friend or family member then feel free to come along.

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague.

Drop in sessions are held at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Centre on Mansfield Road (opposite House of Fraser).

If you have trouble finding us please call on 0115 8348445 (Professional use only)
or email us at info@harmless.org.uk

Harmless drop is session tomorrow

Harmless will be hosting a young person drop in Session

Thursday 27th October.

11 – 12 am

If you are aged between 11 – 21 years, and would like support for yourself, a friend or family member then feel free to come along.

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague.

Drop in sessions are held at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Centre on Mansfield Road (opposite House of Fraser).

If you have trouble finding us please call on 0115 8348445 or email us at info@harmless.org.uk

In the News: Life for students ‘fraught with loneliness and anxiety’

Summer holidays revealed as one of the loneliest times of years for young people.

The summer holidays are meant to be one of the most eagerly-anticipated times in a young person’s life but, worryingly, it’s actually emerging as one of the loneliest periods for many.

New research has revealed more than half of teenagers feel isolated during their time off from school, with a quarter saying the holidays are their loneliest time of the entire year, rising to 29 per cent among girls.

While changes in technology have made staying in touch with friends easier than ever, an over-reliance on smartphones and social media apps can actually lead teenagers to feeling more isolated as they substitute quality time with friends for texting or tweeting.

The study, compiled by the National Citizen Service (NCS), showed almost two thirds of teens will talk to their friends every day on social media, yet only 14 per cent will see them face-to-face. For some, NCS said this isolation is even greater with one in twenty teenagers not expecting to see a single friend during their time off.

To read the full article, please click this link: http://www.independent.co.uk/student/student-life/health/mental-health-in-young-people-summer-holidays-one-of-the-loneliest-times-of-year-for-students-a7136351.html

Rather than feel isolated or lonely come and join us for our ‘Drop- in’ Sessions which are friendly and welcoming, in a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff.

  • Adult Drop in, Wednesday 17th August, 4:30pm – 5:30pm for adults (18+ yrs)
  • Young Person Drop in, Thursday 4th August, 11.30am – 12.30pm  (11 – 21 Yrs)

Changes to upcoming drop-in session

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Harmless have rearranged the upcoming drop in for young persons.

This drop-in was due to take place on Friday 15th July 2016, but has now been rescheduled to take place on:

Wednesday 20th July 2016: 3:30pm – 4:30pm

This session is for young persons aged up to 21 years.

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. Our approachable staff create a friendly and inviting atmosphere, offering a friendly face and provide information about our services.

You will have the opportunity to meet Val our experienced and qualified therapist and Colin, our experienced and friendly Project Worker.

We provide services for anyone and not just for those who self harm. If you have concerns about someone else such as a family member or a colleague then feel free to join us.

Please feel free to bring along someone who you can trust such as a friend if this makes you feel more at ease.

All drop in sessions will take place at the Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service Building, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NG1 3FB (Opposite House of Fraser)

If you have trouble finding us please call on 0115 9348445 or email us at info@harmless.org.uk

Upcoming Harmless Self Harm Drop-in Sessions

Our sessions are friendly and welcoming. We create a relaxed atmosphere with approachable staff who provide important information explaining how our service can support you, your friends and family or a colleague. We can offer information or advice about any concerns you may have around self harm.

You will have the opportunity to meet Val, our experienced and qualified therapist, and Colin, our experienced and friendly Project Worker.

Drop-ins will take place at the following times:

17/05/16 Young Person drop-in (11-21yrs) 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

26/05/16 Adult drop-in (18+yrs) 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

02/06/16 Young Person drop-in (11-21yrs) 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

16/06/16 Adult drop-in (18+yrs) 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

22/06/16 Young Person drop-in (11-21yrs) 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

All drop-in sessions will take place at:

Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service Building,
7 Mansfield Road,
Nottingham,
NG1 3FB
(Opposite House of Fraser)

To speak to our friendly team:

Phone: 0115 934 8445
Email: info@harmless.org.uk