Trust Links is South East Essex’s local independent charity for mental health and wellbeing. We offer therapeutic gardening, recovery classes, social activities, employment training, and more to people living with mental health conditions and for unpaid carers. We support around 1,500 people in Southend, Castle Point and Rochford each year. We’re committed to building stronger communities and promoting sustainable living.
This month, 8 young people from our Youth Links project had an unforgettable half term treat with a day out on board Rannoch Adventure’s 53...Read More "Youth Links head out on yacht with Rannoch Adventure for half term"
As part of Trust Link's GO GROW GIVE campaign for Mental Health Awareness week, we have an exclusive guest article from Essex Wildlife Trust's Education and...Read More "Essex Wildlife Trust: Nature Routes to explore this Mental Health Awareness Week!"
Does nature benefit wellbeing? There’s no doubt that this past year has made us think about the importance of nature on our mental wellbeing. For...Read More "How to experience the therapeutic benefits of nature at home (with or without a garden!)"
The Food for Thought boxes have provided seeds, herb plants, growing tips and recipes ideas to families in the latest lockdown. Trust Links have prepared and...Read More "Food for Thought: How 100 families learned to grow food at home"
Many people have felt the mental strain of entering into our third lockdown. If you have dealt with feelings of uncertainty, stress and worry, know...Read More "How to look after your mental health during lockdown"
During the pandemic, many people have taken on new challenges, learnt new skills, and tried to use their time in a safe and productive...Read More "Arctic Flappers Challenge – Staff member Maria takes on 20 winter swims to support Mental Health"