Trinity provides services to enable people to improve both their physical and mental health wellbeing. Over the last year, 459 people accessed our in-house healthcare appointments and over 216 people engaged in some form of therapy at Trinity.
Giving people back their smile – having a healthy smile can really improve someone’s self-esteem. The Dentaid bus visits Trinity every month to provide check-ups and emergency treatment to our clients.
Mindfulness and Yoga
Inspiring inner peace – we can help clients become more aware of their thoughts and feelings so they are better able to manage them. We create a relaxing therapeutic setting and clients tap into their creative skills with mindful art and drawings.
One day at a time – one-to-one and group support delivered by Trinity’s trained expert counsellors includes Positive Minds, a bespoke course developed by Trinity based on cognitive behavioural therapy.
Helping people see clearly – an NHS optician regularly visits Trinity offering clients free eye tests and prescription glasses.
Getting help now – eating disorders often involve complex, co-existing issues. We hold evening support groups and signpost people to information about other support organisations. If you would like to refer yourself or find out more information, please email here.
Healing and helping – our partnership with St Clements Surgery offers GP and Nurse sessions four mornings a week exclusively to homeless patients who are often not able to register with a practice and have conditions exacerbated by their lifestyle.
Mondays 9.00am – 2.00pm
Tuesdays 11.00am – 1.00pm
Thursdays 9.00am – 1.00pm
Fridays 11.00am – 1.00pm
Putting your best foot forward – rough sleepers can be vulnerable to trench foot. We provide clean, dry footwear and a monthly chiropodist service to treat and advise clients.
Head to toe – monthly sessions provide help and advice on smoking cessation, healthy eating and sexual health, and include a man-to-man talking group.