Services

Together we can do this

Please help us challenge the stigmas of mental health and discrimination. We offer a friendly and safe environment, where like minded peers can sit together and talk about pretty much anything with a cuppa and a cake or two.

AWH Men's group

Argyll Wellbeing Hub is a peer to peer support group for men over 18 to help them through life when they are struggling with mental health or feeling down, sad or lonely.

Come along to one of our meetings

AWH Ladies Group

AWH Ladies Group is a peer to peer support group for women over 18 to help them through life when they are struggling with mental health or feeling down, sad or lonely.

Come along to one of our meetings

AWH bereavement support group

Peer to Peer support group to talk about grief and the effects of bereavement.

Bereavement is the experience of losing someone important to us. It is characterised by grief, which is the process and the range of emotions we go through as we gradually adjust to the loss.
Losing someone important to us can be emotionally devastating – whether that be a partner, family member, friend or pet. It is natural to go through a range of physical and emotional processes as we gradually come to terms with the loss.
Bereavement affects everyone in different ways, and it’s possible to experience any range of emotions. There is no right or wrong way to feel. Feelings of grief can also happen because of other types of loss or changes in circumstances, for example:
the end of a relationship
the loss of a job
moving away to a new location
a decline in the physical or mental health of someone we care about.

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Oban Pride Peer support

We have our Friends of Dorothy Club from 7pm at Argyll Wellbeing Hub.
Everyone is welcome to join us whether your LGBTQ+ or you an Allie, if you need a safe space to talk our door is open

Come along to one of our meetings

Walking group

Come and join us, along with The Happy Wee Health Club team to walk in nature and get out doors. 

Whatever the weather, walking in nature is not only good for your heart and fitness levels, but according to numerous studies it has measurable mental benefits and it may also reduce the risk of depression.

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menopause peer support

The menopause might sometimes seem to be an invisible, unmentionable topic in wider society, but many women have discussed their symptoms, concerns and experiences with their friends, partners, female relatives and work colleagues, as well as taking part in internet forums and organised support groups. Argyll wellbeing hub provides that safe space for women to share their personal experiences and discuss with their peers. 

Come along to one of our meetings

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