Cafe 71 is a safe space for people struggling with emotional and psychological distress, and considering themselves to be in a self-defined crisis. The facility is hosted by professionals, volunteers and peers, including people with lived experience.
Run by the Spider Project, who have worked closely with Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and West Cheshire CCG in providing the service, Cafe 71 is an alternative to the traditional pathway for people who need help and support within a community setting.
To find out more, watch or listen to the video displayed below, or visit the Café 71 Spider Project Facebook page.
Cafe 71 is open to people aged 18 and over who are residents of Cheshire West and Chester.
To access Café 71, you can self-refer into the service by turning up on the day, or you can be referred by a health or social care professional.
Café 71 is open from 10.00am-10pm, every day of the week.