Wellbeing Project in Richmond Borough

Wellbeing Project

Are you struggling with stress, low moods or sleeping problems and would like to improve your mental wellbeing? Learning to relax, being creative or learning something new in a social environment might help you in your journey to good mental wellbeing.
This Year RACC has gained government funding to take part in a pilot programme to deliver FREE courses to adults 19+ who are experiencing stress, low mood or difficulty sleeping. Courses are taught at RACC in our specialist venues with supportive staff. To find out more come to our
Leisure Courses to Improve Wellbeing
The Wellbeing Project includes free activities in managing personal mental health and a range of short leisure classes for wellbeing such as

Art and Craft
Build Confidence and self esteem
Enjoy Dance

Music and Singing
Gentle exercise
Yoga, Tai Chi and Mindfulness Meditation
Creative Writing
Healthy Eating and Cookery
Using Technology

Courses to improve your Mental Wellbeing  – Intro to Recovery*, Understanding Anxiety, 5 Ways to wellbeing* (* These courses are delivered by the South West London Recovery College)

Download a full list of the project courses and latest dates (322Kb PDF)

How to Enrol
These courses are free for anyone who is referred through partnership organisations or self-referred if suffering from stress, low mood or difficulty sleeping.

To enrol on the course contact:
Karen Spencer,
Project Co-ordinator, Wellbeing project
Mobile: 07951 529860
RACC also has drop-in sessions available for enrolment on these courses on Tuesdays 12:00 – 13:30, and Thursdays 09:00 – 12:00
Find out about our Partnership
RACC is working with the following partners to deliver the Wellbeing Project:
South West London Recovery College
RBMind
The Community Partnership
Richmond AID
Age UK
Achieving for Children
Richmond Carers Centre
Kew Avenue Club
EMAG
RUILS
Richmond Children’s Centres
Mortlake Community Association
Integrated Neurological Society (INS)
Richmond Homes and Lifestyles Trust
Woodville Centre in Ham
The Access Project
Shene Lane Day Centre
If you would like to find out more about working with RACC, please contactwellbeing@racc.ac.uk

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