Gofal’s Training Officer, Jacqui, writes about her experiences with stress and how she has learnt how to combat it.
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As a result of a strategic review refocusing the charity’s work, Gofal has made the decision to withdraw from the Time to Change Wales partnership at the end of March 2018.
A food cooperative, run by mental health and wellbeing charity Gofal in Caerphilly County and provides people who have experienced poor mental health with practical work experience and a community atmosphere is celebrating its 4th birthday.
Gofal teamed up with KIN+ILK coffee shops to organise an awareness event which got people talking about mental health and gave people a chance to share their opinions on the status of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace in Wales.
Gofal’s Torfaen team have so far successfully raised over £700 for the Gofal Crisis Fund with their sponsored walk along the Afon Lwyd Trail from Pontypool to Cwmbran on Tuesday 3rd October.