Hope Street has been created to help break the stigma attached to those suffering from poor mental health, particularly anxiety and depression.
Hope Street is a place dedicated to helping others feel valued, inspired and most importantly accepted. From personal experience the founders of Hope Street know all too well the feelings of isolation desperation and loneliness that can come with suffering from anxiety and depression but also for those who care on a day to day basis for their friends and loved ones.
Our goal is to ensure that everyone who walks through our doors feels welcome and their experience with us provides a sense of belonging, inspiration and hope.
Each week they will hear from others who have been in their position, whose minds have been invaded by the very thoughts they are experiencing but who have come through those times to discover and experience happier times. They will also discover techniques that can help to relieve their mind of stress or anxt.
We also realise that mental illness doesn’t only affect those with poor mental health but those who care for their loved one’s on a day to day basis, after all how can you understand how a loved one feels if they can’t understand it themselves.
Hope Street will give carers the opportunity to be around others experiencing similar situations, feelings and loneliness.
Overall our aim is to ensure anyone who visits Hope Street leaves feeling better when they leave than when they first walked through the door.
PLEASE NOTE: We don’t have any trainers or training providers affiliated with Hope St. We offer all of our courses free of charge at present.
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Meet The Founders
Over the last three years Dom and Sheila have become well acquainted with mental health, on a scale neither would ever have imagined. There have been huge lows that neither wish to experience again, but they have also encountered great highs that they hope will continue.
Everybody has mental health, just like everyone has physical health and they both believe in educating others in the difference between good mental health and poor mental health.
Dom and Sheila have been very fortunate to meet others who have helped them understand how to manage their own mental health. They have been inspired by the journeys undertaken by others’ and hope to help vulnerable adults through their own darkness to a brighter future.