You must do a lateral flow within 24 hours before a face-to-face session and bring evidence of it to the session such as NHS app, a text message from the NHS or the LFD test itself. This is a temporary measure for December and January. This is the only way our groups can continue face-to-face otherwise they would revert to on-line, which we do not wish to do.
Jan update:our face to face sessions are every week now on Weds/Thu and Mondays have dedicated on-line twice a month. Wednesday has the option of attending on-line for a blended session.
**NEW VOLUNTEERING VACANCIES**
No Panic is recruiting several roles; volunteer facilitator (only Thursday mornings), volunteer Administrator, Treasurer (trustee), Evaluation volunteer, Fundraising volunteer & Awareness Raising volunteer. For more information about the vacancies and how to apply, go to the 'Volunteer for us' page by clicking here.
We welcome applications from current members who have been with us longer than a year and ex-members.
FACE TO FACE GROUPS
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 6:30-8:30pm, every week@ Sheffield Flourish, S3 8JU.
Thursday mornings 10am - 12pm City Centre, SODIT, on the Wicker, every week.
Monday evenings 6:30-8:30pm, twice monthly on zoom 17th Jan, 31st Jan.
Weds evenings blended session with face-to-face, 6:30-8:30pm every week.
No formal waiting list
Run by people with anxiety
Attend as many or few as you want
No time limits - we've been here twelve years
Face to face, not 100% online like some other groups.
No Panic Sheffield runs self help groups for individuals aged 18+, every Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. Wednesday meetings are face-to-face with blended online capability. Mondays evenings have dedicated on-line sessions on zoom twice a month. For more information, click on the following Wednesday Self Help Group or the Thursday Self Help Group.
Above, the room we use in Sheffield Flourish.
Want to come to a session?
Although no one likes paperwork, by filling it in you are letting us know the conditions people have wanting to come to our groups. This could lead to the formation of new groups in future. This led us to wanting to set up a PTSD group.
What are groups like?
The purpose of the groups is to share experiences of anxiety, learn together, a social aspect, normalise anxiety/depression/low mood and to share coping strategies. The group size is 5-12 members usually.