Pathfinders groups have now re-opened. However, due to restrictions, groups numbers are limited by the size of the venues.

The best way for people to contact us over the Christmas season is by emailing as the office telephone line will not be staffed often.

The Wednesday group in Bromborough is open all through Christmas
Wednesday 22nd December
Wednesday 29th December
Wednesday 5th January.

The Bebington group at Mayer Hall is now closed as the hall is closed for refurbishment for the next few weeks. This group should reopen on Tues 4th January, but please email to check before attending.

The New Brighton group will be closed for the foreseeable future.

Merry Christmas from All at Wirral Pathfinders and wishing you all the very best for 2022.

Rules & Reguslations For Re-opening Pathfinders
Please download and/or read
File Name: covid_reopening.pdf
File Description: Downloadable copy of the Rules and Regulations for reopening Pathfinders group
Document Type: Adobe PDF Document

Confidentiality, Trust, Support and Understanding

Wirral Pathfinders is a MENTAL HEALTH SELF-HELP SUPPORT GROUP. We aim to support individuals to help themselves to learn to cope with their mental health difficulties. The Pathfinders support each other by providing a listening ear; decreasing isolation; sharing experiences and providing further information where possible. The Wirral Pathfinders motto of ‘We are the friends you have not yet met’ gives a hint to the friendly nature of the group and support available.

Pathfinders started me on a long road; to help and guide me; to feel I belong to something; to make me feel I am not alone. There are weeks I go [to Pathfinders] and feel my week has been horrendous, but someone can make me feel better with their comments.
Pathfinders DO CARE.

Together we are stronger
Atrwork created by a Pathfinders Member.

The Wirral Pathfinders Support Group was founded in 1992 BY people with mental health difficulties FOR people with mental health difficulties. The four founder members were in hospital together and, once discharged, found that there was no support for them within the community. They decided that they could help and support each other through their difficult times and share experiences. It decreased their isolation and their friendships blossomed.

Pathfinders has saved my life!
A Pathfinders Member.

Charity Status

Wirral Pathfinders grew to become a Registered Charity (Charity Number: 1133183) in 2009, with the following aims:

  1. 1. To promote and protect the physical and mental health of sufferers of anxiety and depression,
    and their families, through the provision of support and practical advice.
  2. 2. To advance the education of the general public in all areas relating to anxiety and depression.

A Pathfinders Member created the following piece to explain what Pathfinders has meant to her and what the group has done to help her since she joined several years ago:

The Five Steps

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