Lifecraft is a self-help user-led organisation for adults who have experience of mental health difficulties in their lives. Lifecraft was founded in 1993 and continues to grow and evolve in response to the diverse and changing needs of its members.
We offer a range of activities such as art, singing, meditation, and a women's group which help our users in their recovery. To find out more about our timetable of activities visit our groups page. Alongside these groups, we have IT facilities, an evening social club running 2 days a week, a counselling service and a telephone helpline that runs 365 days a year.
Campaigning is also a big part of Lifecraft, as well as addressing the anti-stigma agenda we also have a unique radio programme called Making Mental Notes which allows us to promote mental health issues. To find out more about our other projects please visit our projects page.
Please note that to access Lifecraft's services, excluding Lifeline, you need to be a member of Lifecraft. To find out more about becoming a Lifecraft member please visit our membership page or contact Lifecraft on 01223 566957 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lifecraft's AGM 3rd October 2014, 4pm-7pm at The Bath House, Gwydir Street, Cambridge, CB1 2LW