Starts November 6th
FREE – certain planned activities may cost – check with Alex
Friday Peer Support Group:
Those coming together for mental health and wellbeing support (including, but not limited to, group therapy or any other support for mental illness, weight loss support, addiction support, victim support and bereavement support) are not restricted by the household regulations. This is the case whether support is professional led or peer support.
When meeting the guidance from Health Protection Scotland continues to apply. Face coverings do not need to be worn during support group sessions, where 2 meters distance is maintained between attendees, however, all participants should: wear a face covering (unless exempt) when entering and moving around indoor venues for support groups and at all times while in the venue, where 2 meters distance cannot be maintained stay at least 2 metres away from anyone who is not part of your household or wear a face covering (unless exempt) maintain hand and cough hygiene avoid touching hard surfaces with your hands follow advice on the NHS Inform website about physical distancing and hygiene wash your hands when you arrive, when you leave, when you get home and especially before eating or after touching surfaces if possible, keep rooms well ventilated – consider opening windows or a door.