We are Community

Over the years we have been honoured to work with Schools and Parents, with Community Centres, Recovery Colleges and Housing Associations. We are currently working in Partnership with Community Food and Friendship Blyth and also Someone Cares in North Shields.

See our Mini testimonials below –

Testimonials from Parents

  • “I have felt like a weight has been lifted.”
  • “I am on cloud 9”
  • “I am more assertive”
  • “I am more confident”
  • “I can stand up for myself”
  • “I feel great”
  • “I’ve stopped smoking and have stayed stopped”
  • “My children say I am nicer now”
  • “I don’t care what others think anymore”

School Testimonials

  • “Parents now look us in the eye and hold eye contact.”
  • “Parents are more talkative and chatty”
  • “What an amazing difference!”
  • “We can really notice positive changes in the children. They are cleaner and brighter.”

Testimonials from Peers

  • “Changed my life”
  • “This is so good, how do I get involved?”
  • “How is this not available all over?”
  • “I feel part of something bigger, for the first time in my life”
  • “I cannot believe the changes in such a short period of time”

The Cedarwood Trust, in North Shields was the first community we joined, since then we have been honoured to facilitate a vast array of wellbeing, change and intervention programmes with other communities (Gentoo, ReCoCo, Heaven and Earth, NT Life Recovery College) whilst also growing our own learning community of survivors, thrivers, neuro diverse and mentally quirky types, who are all committed to positive change and personal evolution. 

Much thanks to our previous private clients, who have continued to help fund our community projects, the National Lottery Community fund who have been a major funder in our Better Beans Project, our online Wild and Wonderful Community programme, our live Wild and Wonderful Wellbeing Programme, our current ‘Stepping Out’ programme, and our ‘New Chapter’ Book club.

Our current programs can be found here.

See below for some of the individual measured effects of our services and interventions.