Kintyre Link Club

Kintyre Link Club

Charity information

Kintyre Link Club

The Kintyre Link Club is a mental health club run by members for members with our main aim being to promote the welfare of those who suffer or have suffered from mental ill health.

Founded 1999

  • Mission statement

    Set up in 1999 the Kintyre Link Club is a mental health club run by members for member’s with our main aim, being to promote the welfare of those who suffer or have suffered from mental ill health. Some of our members also have other health issues which include epilepsy, learning difficulties, stroke, heart and lung problems, cancer, blindness, memory problems, dementia and drink and drug dependency.
    Essentially we offer mutual support to each other and try to provide a supportive environment where we can socialise, relax and learn without the fear of stigmatisation.

    The Link Club is a safe place to come and meet other people on an equal basis, learn and share new skills, become more active, gain work experience, be involved in interesting and stimulating activities within the club and the local community and build up confidence, self-esteem and independence.

  • Aims

    Kintyre Link Club aims to:

    • The aim of the Kintyre Link Club within the community is to support our member in leading an active life and educate the community in all aspects of mental ill health.
  • Overview

    Established: May 1999

    Board members: 4

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: 447535036953

    Address: Kintyre Community Education Centre,Stewart Road, Campbeltown PA28 6AT

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