Headway Suffolk launches a new satellite hub service in Mildenhall on Tuesday, June 2 at the newly opened St John’s Community Centre in St John’s Close.
Headway, which has its main hubs in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds, is a charity that supports individuals with acquired brain injuries and neurological conditions and has identified a need for an outreach resource in the Mildenhall area.
The new St John’s centre was officially opened in March as part of a £2.7 million project by Keystone Development Trust.
Headway will operate from it every Tuesday from 9.30am – 3.30pm to help its users develop skills and improve cognitive abilities in a supportive environment with its qualified staff.
This is the fourth satellite hub Headway has created within a year, with one day a week support available in Haverhill at the Burton Centre, in Woodbridge at the Community Hall and in Stowmarket at the Hillside Community Centre.
Headway Suffolk Chief Executive Helen Fairweather said: “We are delighted to open this much needed service in Mildenhall and look forward to helping as many people as possible.”
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