• Welcome! It’s great to see you. Our forum members are people, maybe like yourself, who experience mental health difficulties or who have had them at some point in their life.

    If you'd like to talk with people who know what it's like

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Wrexham and surrounding areas

Advance Brighter Futures

Advance Brighter Futures
Belmont House
3 Belmont Road
LL13 7PW

01978 364 777
[email protected]

Vision: To ensure that no individual experiencing mental health problems ever feels like they are on their own.

Mission: To work in partnership with people experiencing mental distress in promoting health, well-being and recovery in Wrexham and its local communities.

Aims: Listen. Inspire. Support. Empower.

Values: Integrity. Well-being and recovery. People with mental distress have a voice. Working in partnership both internally and externally. Social inclusion and citizenship. Challenge stigma and discrimination.


  • Group Activities - We run a varied programme of activities throughout the week, aiming to promote the link between good physical health and positive mental health.
  • Mental Health Lifestyle Coaching - For adults living in Wrexham and the surrounding area. It provides one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their goals, however big or small they may be. This is a referral only service for those using Secondary Mental Health Services in Wrexham.
  • Postnatal Recovery and Mentoring Service (PRAMS)- PRAMS is a pilot project being run in the Caia Park area to help those experiencing Postnatal Depression.
  • Angorfa - A pilot project based in Rhosymedre for residents of the surrounding area. We are providing both Relaxation sessions and Lifestyle Coaching sessions based at St John's Church. The service is for those with mild to moderate depression, stress and anxiety.
  • Parabl Talking Therapy service - Provides short-term therapeutic interventions for individuals facing common mental health difficulties or challenging life events.
  • Promoting Awareness and Resilience (PAR) - PAR targets two age groups - young people between the ages of 16 and 20 and the over 50's. The project aims to improve mental wellbeing through emotional support and practical golfing sessions

Self referral or secondary services referral for some projects
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