The Trinity Community Project has supported vulnerable adults in St Albans for 30 years.
Our Vision Trinity Community Project aims: ‘to be there for vulnerable people, encouraging them to reach their potential’.
We aim to empower people to participate in a range of social activities within the centre and out in the community. These offer choice and promote skills, independence and self-confidence while maintaining dignity and safety.
Our Mission is to provide high quality support and reduce social isolation within two groups – amongst those living with learning difficulties and those experiencing mental health issues.
Comments from day service users
This is what people have said about our groups:
"It was fun to get out and have a laugh"
"I have gained a lot of confidence when interacting with other people."
"Group sessions I have found to be very helpful - all having a common aim"
"The teacher was really brilliant. She was very patient and understanding"
"It has been a great help to be able to get out locally and do something to occupy the mind and learn new recipes"
We provide -
Day sessions – Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm. Sessions are facilitated by staff and volunteers providing a range of activities based on individual needs, and interest. These include arts and crafts, cooking and IT access.
Workshops – weekly sessions aimed at developing self-exploration and coping strategies. Including a mental health peer support group (run in conjunction with the POhWER advocacy service), art, exercise, Mindfulness and gardening.
Social spaces – run by staff, volunteers and service users, a range of social activities (Christmas trips, summer seaside trips and daytime discos).
Volunteering Opportunities - to enable people to develop their skills and range of experiences needed to access employment opportunities.