Head 4 Health Programme
Thursday 16 May 2019, 6pm - 8:30pm
Molineux Stadium and other locations around Wolverhampton city centre
Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation have teamed up with health chiefs to kick off a new men's mental wellbeing project in the city.
Head 4 Health, funded by the Premier League & Professional Football Association Community Fund, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group and the City of Wolverhampton Council, is a three-year project, with regular six-week programmes designed to improve the mental and physical health of local men.
It offers a variety of physical activity sessions including football, cricket, walking and badminton as well as workshops focusing on good mental health, alcohol awareness and coping with stress.
There is also a weekly drop-in session for men to come and talk with others in a relaxed and informal environment and, at the end of the six weeks, participants will be invited to keep in touch by continuing to attend physical activity and drop in sessions. The majority of activities take place at Molineux Stadium, with the remainder at other locations around Wolverhampton city centre.
The only criteria for the project is that participants are male and over the age of 18. Places are limited on each cohort so you do need to get in touch to register if you would like to come. For more information or to self-refer to the Head 4 Health programme please contact Luke Shail or Rachel Smith via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or call 01902 828366.