Events, information and posters

Drop-In service


  • Runs every Thursday (excluding Easter and Christmas breaks) from 12 to 4pm
  • Chance to meet and talk to other service users over a cup of tea or coffee

You can also take part in:

  • Groups – including art group, film review group, smoking cessation support and psychoeducational groups, like managing anxiety or dealing with low mood
  • Activities: pool, Jenga, card games and X-box kinetic sports
  • Sports: basketball, table tennis and badminton, with an outside area available during the summer
  • Chance to catch up with your care co-ordinators and meet other SEIS staff
  • Speaking to a specialised Individual Placement and Support worker to get support to find work opportunities
  • Seeing a psychiatrist or having a medical review

Family and Friends Drop-In

  • Currently available online via Microsoft Teams
  • An informal and friendly opportunity to meet other family and friends of people under the care of Solihull Early Intervention Service
  • Guest speakers including psychiatrists, psychologists and Drug and Alcohol support services, such as COMPASS
  • Held on the last Wednesday of every month from 5:30-730pm, with each session focusing on a different topic, such as:
  • The service – what help and support is available for you and your loved one
  • Psychosis and recovery from psychosis
  • Treatments (medication, talking therapies etc)
  • Crisis and relapse management
  • How to take care of yourself
  • Effective communication and problem solving

Speak to your loved ones care coordinator for more information or to join a session.

Psychoeducational Groups

  • Currently available online via Microsoft Teams
  • Information and help on a wide range of topics including: Mindfulness, Sleep, Relaxation, Low Mood, Moving Mindfulness (Yoga)

Virtual Art Group

  • Currently available online via Microsoft Teams
  • A chance to be creative and experiment with different materials
  • You do not need to be good at art to join, and there is no pressure to share your art with the group

Newsletter ‘The Maple Quarterly’

Published every three months

Offers up-to-date information and advice as well as dates for groups.

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Below we have many downloadable booklets that can provide more knowledge on psychosis, treatment, caring for someone with psychosis and much more. If you do not find what you are looking for please don’t hesitate to contact the team and we will try to help best we can.

Please see below for some useful videos

What is psychosis

The journey to hope and recovery by Jonny Benjamin. Talk on mental health and suicide for Samaritans – 

Eleanor Longden– Discusses hearing voices and being kinder to yourself


Famous actor David Harewood shares his experiences with psychosis, there is a 7 min clip available and a link to the full programme on BBC iPlayer

(7 min video) 

Here are some links to external sites that can provide support and information


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