Mind Your Health with HeadStart Wolverhampton: Community events for 'Live, Learn, Work' in Blakenhall and Bilston

Residents can find how they can improve their emotional mental health and wellbeing at a number of free events later this month.

HeadStart Wolverhampton is holding activities to highlight the help and support from local health and wellbeing services during Live, Learn, Work – a series of events for residents taking place between 14 and 31 March, 2018.

"Mind your health' at the Bob Jones Community Hub

'Mind your Health' at the Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley Street, is a free drop-in event for young people and families interested in improving their emotional mental health and wellbeing.

It takes place on Wednesday 21 March from 4pm-7pm and the HeadStart Wolverhampton team will be on hand to offer support and advice on local services available for young people, parents and families.  

The drop-in session also offers the chance to participate in fun workshops including creative arts, dance, and fitness, and to find out about the facilities available at the Bob Jones Community Hub, including the gym, dance studio, martial arts, yoga and more.

Download a flyer (PDF) for more information

Health Awareness in Bilston: come along to meet the HeadStart Team

The HeadStart Wolverhampton team will be in Bilston town centre on Monday 19, Thursday 22 and Friday 23 March, from 10am to noon, along with representatives from a range of health and emotional wellbeing services, including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).

#LiveLearnWorkWolves

These sessions are part of the citywide residents programme for 'Live, Learn, Work'. For information on all of the events and opportunities available to residents between now and the end of March, please visit www.livelearnworkwolves.com, and tweet your support using the hashtag #livelearnworkwolves.

 Visit the Live, Learn, Work website at  www.livelearnworkwolves.com

Visit the Live, Learn, Work website at www.livelearnworkwolves.com

These sessions are a great opportunity for people to find out more about some of the support which is available to help them maintain good emotional mental health and wellbeing, and to meet members of the HeadStart Wolverhampton team.
— Councillor Val Gibson, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for Children and Young People