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BIG in Mental Health (Bury Involvement Group)

Bury Involvement Group is a user led charity promoting good mental health recovery through providing support and hope, empowering adults to improve their quality of life.

BIG is a local charity for adults who are experiencing mental health conditions.  We are based in Bury but people from other areas may attend. 

Groups running are:- * Anxiety and depression group * Recovery Group * Dual Recovery Group * Drop-in * Social groups.

Telephone:
0161 222 4005 or 07758 737616
How to apply:
Telephone or visit website for individual groups / venues
Sector:
Public

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