Chapter supports adults in West Cheshire experiencing severe mental health issues.

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Chapter provides support and opportunities to adults  with long-term and severe mental illness

We pride ourselves on the tailored, local approach of our service. We work closely with individuals, taking time to understand their needs and recognising their skills, and then linking them into local support that helps them back into community life.

Activities at Chapter

Please take a look at the range of current activities available to members of Chapter only. This will be updated daily to reflect today’s activities.

Cinema Club

An exciting new opportunity for a movie group will be starting on the 12th December. It'll be centred around watching a quality film followed by group discussion and offers a place for film lovers to gather and share their love of movies. If you have an interest then please speak to your Key Worker or ring the office to reserve your place. Session Dates: 12th December 2018, 9th January 2019, 23rd January 2019, 30th January 2019, 6th February 2019, 13th February 2019, 27th February 2019, 6th March 2019, 13th March 2019, 27th March 2019

  •   When? 12:30 - 3pm starting 12th December 2018
  •   Where? Festival Church, Queens Street, Chester (side entrance via alleyway)
  •   Contact? Call Dominique on 01244 344409 / 07587 133615 for more information.

Board Games Group

A like-minded group of people coming together to play board games. Free coffee and cake. No cost. All abilities welcome.

  •   When? 1:00 - 3:00pm every other Tuesday
  •   Where? Festival Church, Queens Street, Chester.
  •   Contact? Call Dominique on 01244 344409 / 07587 133615 for more information.

Success Stories - Huw

Huw’s poor mental health influences every aspect of his life and he says that Chapter is the only thing that stabilises him and helps him control his suicidal thoughts.

‘I just don’t think I’d be here today. I have them [suicidal thoughts] every day.  They’re there every day. But every day I think ‘I have to go to the allotment or this club or that meeting’ and that means I can push the thoughts to the back of my head and get through another day. If you [Chapter] think you’re not achieving anything on any particular day – you are – you’ve kept me alive that day.’

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