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In this section you can find out information about Mental Health Service - Restore

What is Restore?- It is a mental health service which provides a safe, therapeutic, and supportive recovery group for people with severe and enduring mental health problems.
 

How would this help you?- The recovery staff are there to support and encourage you to grow in confidence and develop your skills, and give you a chance for work experience in a supportive and low pressure café and shop.


How does the system work?- The staff provide up to 7 places per day which is available to in-patients who currently live on the Littlemore site and are unable to access community projects, supported housing residents, or people who live within the community and were unable to find a service that would meet their needs.


Members attend between 1 and 3 specific days each week with flexible hours so people with limited ground leave are able to attend.

What will you be doing ?- Working with the team of recovery staff and volunteers along with other members

The activities you would be doing  in the Café are : Cooking, baking - food preparation, some customer service experience and barista work along with an opportunity to attend a food hygiene course and gain qualification.

In the Shop you would do things such as customer service, shop management, and chance to do delivery, unpacking and stock-taking.


Is there any experience needed to take part? - You don't need any experience, all that they ask for is that you have a willingness to learn and work on building up your recovery goals.


How to use the service? -
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ou will need to be referred to the service. You can Talk  with your key worker, or GP who can contact Grace or Lisa at Restore

If you are interested and wish to read more about the programme please click the text below to see the leaflet

Restore More Information Leaflet

 
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