Socially Progressing Together
We believe that when individuals come together as a collective to identify, share, and create from their passions, values, and skills, mental wellness can be encouraged through social action. At First Person Project we offer FREE opportunities for the communities we work alongside to explore their passions and see their potential.
Do you want to save lives? Because YOU can!
Are you interested in Mental Health, Community Building and Suicide Prevention?
In partnership with Merseycare NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust and Liverpool City Council, we are providing this course in order to work towards a suicide safe community!
LET'S TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH- JUST DROP IN
A FREE Drop In supporting the wider community. The Mental Health Sessions are based around the Liverpool City Region as well as online and provide a place for people to come and start a conversation on Mental Health.
RESILIENT MINDS - FREE MENTAL HEALTH COURSE
Typically delivered at our let's talk about mental health session, this FREE Mental Health Programme with 8 modules around mental wellness and resiliency. Each module provides people with the opportunity to start conversations and develop their own 'tool box' to take action to mental health.
Building on the success of a 12 month programme, this new two year project works with communities to promote, discuss and volunteer on passions within the neighbourhood around health, wellbeing, and community. We believe people are full of potential and this is an opportunity for connection and to improve health.
A volunteer-led group made to promote mental health and connection in the local community from the voices of the local ladies.
A programme which supports parents/guardians to better understand mental health. Working with the Torus Foundation, we will be recruiting parents, guardians, and people looking after children in the LCR and give them the opportunity to learn more about mental health.
A volunteer-led group created by the community for the promotion of mental health and connection.
With fun, active, and educational activities the Mini Minds opens an opportunity to talk to children and young people about mental health. Using interactive sessions the workshops discuss emotions, worries, and health. We encourage these conversations in schools, youth clubs, and within the Hub.
Culture, Community, Connection. These Community Conversations are based on the power of storytelling, memory, and experiences within neighbourhoods. Using creative ways we encourage people to bring their story and connect with their neighbourhood.
THE PRIDE PROJECT
Now complete. We worked with the LGBTQIA+ community and this project celebrated identity, sexuality, self-compassion and mental health. Working as a group of volunteers the group became the leaders of their own project using their skills, experiences, and passions to support the wider LCR.
Now complete. This creative project captured community through photography and storytelling. Working with the people the project looked at the strengths within the community and explored these further to improve social cohesion and wellbeing.