Registered Charity Number 1158430
Film Screening of ‘Unrest’
Saturday 20th January at 4pm
Doors Open at 3pm – Post Film Discussion after the films
Theatr Gwaun West Street Fishguard
IS A SUPPORT GROUP FOR ADULTS
AGED 18 – 45 YEARS OLD
WITH LONG TERM, OR CHRONIC,
PHYSICAL HEALTH CONDITIONS.
WE CAN SUPPORT YOU. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
In our monthly meetings you can:
HAVE TIME OUT
Spend time with members who understand what living with a chronic health condition means. Enjoy meeting new people and learning new crafts.
Feel free to chat to other members about your feelings and worries in a friendly and safe environment.
ENJOY GROUP DAYS OUT
Previously we’ve been to the theatre, workshops for creating mosaic crafts, family days out to Scolton Manor and a chocolate factory.
We have information on most chronic health conditions and members can also share their experiences and solutions.
Meetings to be held at Cashfield Community Centre
Morning meetings are held on the 1st Friday of every month 10:00am to 12:00pm
Evening meetings are held on the 3rd Friday of every month 7:00pm to 9:00pm
(except for school holidays, please see our ‘events and activities’ page for a calendar of events)
Contact number for morning meetings 07974 543874
Contact number for evening meetings 07530 870024
Provide information, support and activities to suit the needs of adults aged between 18 and 45 who have, or are going through, the various issues involved with chronic health conditions.
Listen to our members.
No one should suffer in silence or feel isolated.
Help our members feel at ease to talk about their concerns.
Provide a comfortable and informal environment that is surrounded by people who can truly empathise with some of the issues being raised.
Help our members to help themselves by providing information and support.
Click HERE to enter our CWTCH chat room on Facebook.
This is a closed group so you can chat to other members without anyone outside the group being able to see what is being written.
- Have an impact on your life and your family’s.
- Create fear and uncertainties at any stage of the diagnostic process
- Be a life-changing experience.
- Be difficult for other people to accept and understand.
Welcome to our Campaign
“Walk In My Shoes” is a campaign devised by member of CWTCH (Pembrokeshire) to inform people about chronic health conditions and symptoms you can’t always see.
Our members have reported to us that in order to fit in with friends, family and society in general, they most often try and hide their pain so that it isn’t visible to everyone. They do this because it is a way of coping.
Do you want to volunteer with us ???
As a volunteer, you will be working with the CWTCH trustees to help run the support group, meet and support adults with a chronic health condition and also give us your ideas for activities and fundraising. Volunteers are really important to us and we could not run CWTCH without them!
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us at: [email protected]
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