Five years ago on 25th February 2017, the Millside Centre opened its doors to the public. We are so blessed and privileged to still be here five years on, continuing to serve the needs of the most vulnerable and to offer activities, sessions and projects that give people hope so they can improve their lives for good. It is a real honour to be a place of sanctuary for many in our city and to celebrate this milestone; we are launching a few fundraising plans in the coming months.
We are looking for someone to take on the role of Millside Centre Host, welcoming our partners and service users during evenings and at weekends.
There are a number of groups interested in hiring our rooms for training, workshops and meetings outside normal working hours, so we are seeking a self-motivated person who is friendly, enthusiastic and dependable, and who would be willing to be trained to use our facilities and assist clients.
We are thrilled to be working in partnership with The Cellar Trust to delivery a peer support group for people who access Millside Centre and the wider community. Peer Support groups are a welcoming and supportive group where people with lived experience of mental distress come together to help and support each other.
The purpose of the group will be:
- to provide a safe and confidential space to talk
- promote self-care, growth and resilience
- discuss, expand and improve our coping strategies
The next group will start on Tuesday 2nd November, 1:00pm-3:00pm here at Millside. To find out more, sign up or refer a client please call 01274 409661 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Millside Centre Team
It is our great pleasure to announce that we are relaunching our Welcome Café as part of Refugee Week. After months of our café being closed during lockdown, we have managed to recruit a new cohort of students who are keen to learn both theory and practical catering skills, having the opportunity of bringing in recipes from their countries to cook and sell to the public.
We are thrilled to announce that we recently got some funding from CNET’s Mental Health Grant to start a befriending programme. Over the past year, we have noticed that many of our service users have suffered in silence, directly or indirectly affected by covid19 pandemic; many are on long waiting lists for mental health support but are simply desperate for connection and someone to listen to them.
The Millside Centre is slowly opening to provide vital support for vulnerable people during the covid19 pandemic, with a hybrid of online and face-to-face services. Please click here for the list of services that are resuming or continuing to run following government guidelines and restrictions to ensure the safety of our staff, partners and volunteers.
For more information email us on email@example.com or call 01274 409 661
Inspire Yourself Personal Coaching is offering a FREE six weeks life coaching sessions to support and encourage women who have experienced domestic violence to build their self confidence and self belief. Nina, the coach has personal experience of domestic violence and aims to use her knowledge to guide and empower women through the programme to take practical and personal steps to a better future.
SIMPLE EFFECTIVE TOOLS/ DEVELOP RESILIENCE/ OVERCOME BARRIERS
STARTS ON Friday 28th February 2020, 10:15am – 12:30pm
Millside Centre, 131 Grattan road, BD1 2HS.
To refer yourself or a client, please contact Nina on:
We are hosting a mental health awareness day for young people aged 14+ with the purpose of providing them a platform to openly discuss their mental health, share their experiences and find out about the diverse community based mental health services they can access. We will have guest speakers representing different organisations attending who will be sharing their expertise and there will be a number of workshops to engage, stimulate and address young people’s mental health but also empower them to express themselves around various themes and topics. Why not start the New Year prioritising your mental health?
Please see the programme of the day below:
11:30am – Arrival and refreshments
11:45am – 12:20pm – Welcome and introduce guest speakers
12:30pm – 1:30pm – Workshops including managing stress, prioritising self care and a music and lyric writing workshop
1:30pm – Lunch break
2pm – Speaker’s Corner Collective panel discussion with Q&A
2:30pm – Live performance
2:50pm – Evaluation and Feedback
To RSVP, please follow our Eventbrite link here and invite your friends to come along too.
For more information, please do not hesitate contact us on 01274 409 661 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Shipley College to run a Level 1 Employability Skills course.
This is a 5 weeks course that will cover mindset, managing your time and CV writing. If you are unemployed, looking for a new challenge and want to pick up a new skill to help you get closer to securing a job then this course is for you. The course is fully funded and FREE for anyone accessing any benefits.
The course will begin on Friday 8th Nov 2019, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
For more information or to register, please contact us on 01274 409661 or email email@example.com
We are delighted to finally reveal our first ever summer program for children and young people.
The Millside Summer Mix is 5 weeks of food, fun and creativity, designed especially for kids who receive free school meals. We are so excited to work in partnership with some amazing and passionate and volunteers providers who will be delivering these workshops.
All sessions are FREE for you to drop in, except for our Cook & Eat session which has limited spaces so cal us now to book your space. Please also note that all children must be accompanied by an adult, except for the Youth Cafe and Creative writing/Radio Production. To see the full list of the summer program please click here.
We look forward to welcoming you here at Millside.