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A Supportive Community

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We are a small team of volunteers supporting people who are struggling with their mental health, through peer support and creativity.

We are here for you whatever your situation, whether you are...

  • Feeling isolated and would like to meet others in a safe space

  • Experiencing anxiety, stress and/or depression

  • Supporting or caring for others

  • Want to express your emotions through creativity and have a safe space to do this

  • Have a long/short term mental health diagnosis and in need of some extra support

  • Are experiencing thoughts of hopelessness or suicidal ideation

  • Just feeling a bit overwhelmed at the moment and don’t know where to turn.

For many of our volunteers, relationships and creativity have played a big part in their own personal recovery and in supporting their wellbeing. It also plays a big part in the service we offer.

For those aged 18+ living in and around Haverhill.


We believe that all lives matter, and that no one deserves to come to a place of hopelessness where taking their own life feels like the only option. We want to see lives restored, and meaning and purpose found.


TRUST - Providing a safe space to feeling express thoughts, feelings and emotions.

EMPATHY - We understand the importance of feeling heard, understood and validated.

BELONGING - Being a part of a safe and welcoming community.

EQUALITY & DIVERSITY - Treating every person with dignity and respect.

EMPOWERMENT - Developing new skills, tools and confidence to support future wellbeing.

Little Hub of Hope is run and supported by River of Life Community Church which is also CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation). We are run by a team of volunteers with lived experience of mental health, and are funded through community donations, our local town councillors, the Tesco community grant and the AllChurches Trust.

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A Supportive Hug

Brene Brown

“Empathy is... communicating that incredibly healing message of 'You're not alone'”

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