Harmony is a small but vibrant charity which faces an exciting and challenging future as it looks to work in partnership with other local organisations to grow and extend services to meet the needs of those currently without support in the local community.
Mayor Ian Bark’s Charity of the Year, Harmony, is looking to appoint more Trustees to guide its work in support of Bridport people suffering from, or recovering from, mental health problems.
Harmony Chair Jane Brennan says; “We are looking for enthusiastic people with knowledge or experience in matters such as Fundraising, HR, Marketing and publicity (including social media), and Accountancy. It will help if they understand the needs of Bridport communities.”
Bridport Community Front Room is now able to offer face to face support at the Assembly Rooms at Gundry Lane. Please call 07385 290804 to make an appointment. Covid compliant. Our telephone service 07385 290804 and video call service is also still available Click Here for details
Harmony Drop In has over 100 members who have used the service. Since April 2018, there are about 45 attendances at the Harmony Drop in every week. Mondays and Fridays are the most popular days.
Opened in July 2019 The Community Front Room provides an essential service delivered through Harmony as part of the Dorset Mental Health’s ‘Access Mental Health’ Analysis from 2019/20 shows an attendance of around 70 to 100 per month.