Caniad attends North Wales Police Mental Health Awareness session in Johnstown

Yesterday, Caniad attended a mental health awareness session organised by North Wales Police. A number of charities, agencies and services attended; Advanced Brighter Futures, Dragon Chat, Papyrus, KIM-Inspire, Samaritans and many others. This was set up to support the local community to share information and raise awareness of mental health. 


Here we are with our stall promoting Caniad and sharing information about upcoming Big Chats, Reach and Connect, Lived Experience Project and other supporting projects Caniad links in with through Adferiad.


Thanks for having us!

Anglesey Recovery Fair

Caniad are holding a Recovery Fair on Anglesey as an opportunity for residents to get to know which Mental Health and Substance Misuse services are available on the Isle. 

The idea for the fair has come from feedback from service users about the lack of awareness around what services are available to them. Even though Anglesey may seem small to others, it is quite spread out, with a lot of service users feeling as if they are too isolated to access help if and when they need it. 

We want to take this opportunity to have Substance Misuse and Mental Health services come along and show Anglesey what support you have to offer. Whether you cover all of North Wales or just Anglesey alone, we would greatly appreciate your presence to help connect both service users and carers to the support they need.   

The Recovery Fair will be held in the main sports hall at the Llangefni Leisure Centre,  from 9am-3pm on the 27th of February 2024. 

Tea, coffee and hot/cold food will be available free of charge, but please bring your own tables for your stands.

Free transport can also be arranged from the following pick-up points: Holyhead, Benllech, Amlwch  and Menai Bridge. Call to book a seat.

Any questions please email or phone our Team Leader John Redican on 0800 0853 382