The Happy Healing Hut


Community events & groups:
-The Meeting Place is held on Monday 11.00am-2.00pm in Aldershot. This is an accessible, dementia-friendly social group, including lunch. Transport is available on request.
-Advocacy Friends provides a 12 week telephone support service for people who are lonely or isolated.

BeHappy@Home Care & Support:
Home support for people living with Dementia, physical disabilities, living with mental health challenges, at the end-of-life or for individuals and families who are bereaved. Services include support with light housework and short trips.

Healing Hubs:
A telephone line where people can call and leave a message with their contact details. A call will be returned and a system of support set up. Services include befriending calls, meeting places (dependent on area), support with a personal plan to empower/enable the person to move into a more positive place in their life, signposting, provide day trips (dependent on area), and support community groups to set up meeting places.

About The Happy Healing Hut CIC

The Happy Healing Hut aims to raise awareness of mental wellbeing and beat loneliness and isolation. They are a non profit organisation that currently support anyone over the age of 18 with dementia, learning and physical disabilities through hosting meeting places in local communities, providing wellbeing companions & care assistants, workshops, training, a free helpline, events & groups and 1:1 therapeutic support for young people.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
The Meeting Place: Entry donation: £2; Light Lunch Menu: £2-£3.50 per head

Find out more

The Happy Healing Hut CIC

0300 102 2546




The Meeting Place
The Traction Club
Weybourne Road
Hampshire GU11 3NE

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