Head Room Café is a social enterprise from Jami.
Situated in the heart of our community, the social enterprise brings awareness and access to mental health support, helping to remove the stigma of mental illness and encourage the wider community to talk openly about mental health. Here you will find a monthly programme of events and groups that support personal and communal wellbeing; a fresh, vibrant middle Eastern-inspired food and drinks menu; a boutique shop with unique vintage and designer goods; and a relaxing space to take time out.
Jami is the Jewish Community’s mental health service. For 30 years Jami has been delivering services that enable independence and build resilience through Community Hubs and Outreach; Education and Training and Bespoke Recovery Support Plans. Jami helps over 1,300 people annually, those with mental illness and their family and friends.
Statistics show that in any one year, 25% of us experience a diagnosable mental health problem. Jami supports anyone affected by a mental health problem and enables people to lead a meaningful life despite severe mental ill-health.
All money taken in the café contributes to delivering Jami’s vital mental health services at the café and across the community. To find out more about Jami, visit our www.jamiuk.org