Hello! We're TogetherWe
"Empowering people to better manage their mental and physical health and wellbeing"
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What We Do
Helping you to self manage your Mental Wellbeing
1-1 sessions for people of all ages and group sessions for families and couple where there is an identified need to work together.
Within the Talk service we offer a range of modalities which include CBT, DBT, IPT, Drawing and Talking, Counselling and Talk Support.
We accept referrals from professionals as well as self-referrals. To make a referral please contact us on 0808 196 1773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find our referral form below.
Maternal Mental Health Support service and sling library
Providing wellbeing support for expecting and new families, including tools such as baby carriers and psychoeducational sessions for keeping well as a new parent.
Together we carry aims to improve families wellbeing by helping to facilitate carrying their child with different types of carriers and Slings. Exercise and Wellbeing workshops are also ran in conjunction with Together We’s other services.
Together We carry also provides support for Dads via Offload for Dads which is bi-monthly support groups specifically for Dads and a Men’s Group that meet weekly. To attend a workshop or support group you can register by calling 0808 196 1773 or book via The North Cumbria Recovery College Website found below.
Helping you to take control of your Physical health and Wellbeing
Together We Fitness is our Physical wellbeing service. Work 1-1 with our Fitness team to improve physical health and overall wellbeing.
Together We also provides public group sessions intended to provide a variety of exercise types such as Step Resistance, Line Dancing, Boxfit and many more.
Working together to improve Mental Health and Wellbeing
The North Cumbria Recovery College provides support for adults aged 18+ across four areas in Cumbria, Allerdale, Copeland, Carlisle and Eden.
The Discovery College, is currently being trialled in Allerdale and Copeland and will provide support for children aged 14-18 and Families.
The colleges provide group sessions and opportunities for those experiencing mental or physical health difficulties, or those care for someone that does, to engage in a variety of courses or groups that are focused on increasing understanding, developing skills and confidence to be able to take control of your mental and physical wellbeing.
Courses include but aren’t limited to anger management, assertiveness, decider skills, stress and worry management and many more.
Click below to find out more, alternatively contact us on 0808 196 1773 or email email@example.com.
Meet Our Team
Positive stories of change
We hear lots of stories of change from individuals across all of our services and we have the privilege of seeing the positive impact we have had.
Thinking about volunteering?
We’re always looking for new volunteers! Click the button below for more details on how to get involved!
"When I started attending Together We/Recovery College my self-esteem and confidence were low. After attending the face to face and zoom sessions my confidence grew and I became a volunteer. I am now on the staff of Together We and love helping people"
"I can honestly say since my time at Together We, my confidence has grown, and I now have self-belief. Together We has been the support network that I needed to get me on my way to reaching my goals"