Our Community Cafe / Drop in Center is a great safe place to meet a friend for coffee. Why not take a refreshing break when visiting the local Childrens Nurseries, Doctors Surgery, Dentist, or Chemist?
Our Community Cafe / Drop in Centre also offers the following vital services through Life Line Projects,
  • Mental Health Support Group
  • Debt Advice Support and Sign Posting
  • Life Line Food Bank
  • Green Gym
  • Supported Walking Groups
Our project mission is to raise Mental Health awareness in the local community with regards to general stress & anxiety, operational stress, stigma, occupational stress, suicide and deliberate self-harm.

We provide 1 to 1 mental health session for local vulnerable adults, homeless, armed veterans and their families, aimed at personal level in recognising symptoms of poor mental health. Utilising our Clinical project members: a retired GP & a Nurse lead.

In the near future we hope to launch an out of hours telephone Service for vulnerable homeless, veterans for those experiencing common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety who needs help and support. We are currently actively seeking important funding that will enable us to launch this vital & much needed extension to our Mental Health support service.

Life Line Projects delivers Health Promotion and anti-stigma campaigns, instilling a culture of positive mental well-being.....via publications of leaflets, posters, online via website, video, podcasts and radio programs. These provide encouragement and support to local people, armed forces veterans, homeless veterans, service personnel and vulnerable adults signposting by our retired GP & Nurse lead.
We have consulted serving military personnel including the Welfare Pillar Lead of The Fijian Support Network, veterans, vulnerable adults in our community together with Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI). Our partnership with CMFI provides pastoral care and support for serving Fijian military personnel and veterans based in the UK. We have identified that these families have been impacted by the lack of extended support and the social isolation that can sometimes occur through regular new redeployment.

We already operate on Tuesday and Thursday a mental health and well-being support group at our Community Cafe / Drop in Centre, established during COVID 19 crisis, supporting vulnerable civilians, veterans and military personnel in our local community which has helped us identify and understand their needs.

Our group sign posting service based in the Community Cafe / Drop in Center is supported by an in house retired GP and Specialist Nurse in providing Occupational Health Advice. This helps identify possible triggers and precursors enabling us to expedite early intervention from specialist agencies that will help improve long term mental health. Our group sessions helps overcome loneliness, isolation and increases well-being through community engagement.

Life Line Projects through its various services aims to minimise social isolation Impact of Covid-19, by fostering Social inclusion (befriending), family fun days, community events that Increase community awareness and understanding. This has enabled greater collaboration between local military establishments, professional agencies, local council in voluntary and community activity.
We empower local vulnerable adults and Armed Forces & veteran communities to become more engaged in their local area. Providing opportunities for isolated members of the Armed Forces community, vulnerable adults and homeless veterans to take part in activities that improve general well being.
Our project mission is to raise Mental Health awareness in the community with regards to operational stress, stigma, occupational stress, suicide and deliberate self-harm. We do this through the publication of posters and leaflets involving the Youths and church members in distribution; producing ecouraging, affirmative and informative video, podcasts and radio programs.

We provide 1 to 1 mental health session for local vulnerable adults, homeless, armed veterans and their families, aimed at personal level in recognising symptoms of poor mental health. Utilising our Clinical project members: a retired GP & a Nurse lead.

In the near future we hope to launch an out of hours telephone Service for vulnerable homeless, veterans for those experiencing common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety who needs help and support. We are currently actively seeking important funding that will enable us to launch this vital & much needed extension to our Mental Health support service.

Life Line Projects delivers Health Promotion and anti-stigma campaigns, instilling a culture of positive mental well-being.....via publications of leaflets, posters, online via website, video, podcasts and radio programs. These provide encouragement and support to local people, armed forces veterans, homeless veterans, service personnel and vulnerable adults signposting by our retired GP & Nurse lead.
We have consulted serving military personnel including the Welfare Pillar Lead of The Fijian Support Network, veterans, vulnerable adults in our community together with Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI). Our partnership with CMFI provides pastoral care and support for serving Fijian military personnel and veterans based in the UK. We have identified that these families have been impacted by the lack of extended support and the social isolation that can sometimes occur through regular new redeployment.

We already operate on Tuesday and Thursday a mental health and well-being support group at our Community Cafe / Drop in Centre, established during COVID 19 crisis, supporting vulnerable civilians, veterans and military personnel in our local community which has helped us identify and understand their needs.

Our group sign posting service based in the Community Cafe / Drop in Center is supported by an in house retired GP and Specialist Nurse in providing Occupational Health Advice. This helps identify possible triggers and precursors enabling us to expedite early intervention from specialist agencies that will help improve long term mental health. Our group sessions helps overcome loneliness, isolation and increases well-being through community engagement.

Life Line Projects through its various services aims to minimise social isolation Impact of Covid-19, by fostering Social inclusion (befriending), family fun days, community events that Increase community awareness and understanding. This has enabled greater collaboration between local military establishments, professional agencies, local council in voluntary and community activity.