• Lucy Admin
    Voice Collective has launched a Peer Support Space for Parents & Carers of children and young people who hear, see or sense things around them others don't.

    The Support Space will be held monthly at Mind in Camden, and it'll be a friendly, supportive space for Parents and Carers to talk together about how it's been supporting a young voice hearer - what's worked, what's felt challenging, and how it's impacted us.

    For more info, or to register your place visit Voice Collective's Eventbrite page
  • Jess - Forum Assistant
    Hi parents and carers!

    You are probably aware that many things are changing due to Covid-19, and at Voice Collective we have had to evaluate our service in light of government guidelines around social distancing. Sadly, we will be temporarily putting the parents and carers group on hold until we have worked out an alternative way to have the group, potentially online. We will relaunch the group in the near future, and will of course let you know when we do, and hope you will join us.

    Please use the forum if you'd like to share thoughts or feelings. I'm particularly worried about my brother who's on a section in hospital at the moment. I know he's safer in there but its still so difficult worrying about the ward becoming infected by the virus. These are anxiety making times!

    Kind regards,
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Welcome to the Voice Collective Peer Support Forum!

This forum is for young people aged up to 25 who hear voices, see visions, have other ‘unusual’ sensory experiences or beliefs, and their supporters. We have separate spaces for youth members and supporter members. To help keep this forum safe for our users, only members can see what is posted.

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