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How to join our mental health peer support group call

Dragon Chat

Dragon Chat is our weekly mental health peer support group, with supporters invited to join our weekly calls - on Mondays for our women's group, and Thursday for our men's group. Dragon Chat also meets for a social get-together before all Wrexham AFC first-team matches at the STōK Cae Ras. You can find all details on how to join these sessions below.

Mental health concerns can affect any of us at any time; we are all vulnerable to the stresses of life and nobody is immune to the challenges we can face in our everyday lives. 

Feelings of isolation and vulnerability can increase leading thoughts of suicide which are distressing for the person.

There are alternatives to suicide so give yourself some time to find some help, some support with coping and talk to others about how you are really feeling.

Allow others to care for you just as you would if your best friend came to tell you they are experiencing suicidal thoughts - talk to yourself as you would talk to your friend.

Although the support of family and friends is crucial for people who may be at risk of suicide it is not always enough. Often more formal help is also needed.

There are also many experienced and skilled people working in mental health support organisations who can help people who need to talk. 

What can we do as an individual to help? By creating a safe, supportive space we can signal to people experiencing poor mental health and/or suicidal thoughts there is hope, we care about them and want to support them. Talking is the first step although it can often be the hardest one. 

Dragon Chat and Wrexham AFC would encourage any person struggling with suicidal thoughts to reach out and ask for help by contacting their local mental health services or GP and if you are experiencing immediate difficulties contact C.A.L.L helpline on 0800 132 737 or attend emergency services. 

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Join our Dragon Chat call

Men's Mental Health Peer Support Group

Dragon Chat is here every Thursday evening, 7:00pm to 8:30pm to allow you a safe place to talk. Should you have any questions regarding the group format or want to learn more, you can contact 


Women's Mental Health Peer Support Group


We are proud to introduce our Women's Mental Health Peer Support Group, here every Monday from 8pm to 9.30pm to allow a safe place to talk.


The link for both meetings is as follows. Please note, cameras must be on at the start of the meeting. 


Join Zoom Meeting: Click Here


Meeting ID: 828 9569 2719

Passcode: 397759

Dragon Chat pre-match social

Dragon Chat meets up before every home game in the new Dragon Chat room at the Wrexham Miners Project on Maesgwyn Road from 1pm onwards on a Saturday game (3pm kick off permitted) and 6.15pm onwards on midweek games. 

The social gathering is open to everyone who wishes to meet up, connect and chat about our beloved Wrexham AFC. There is a cafe at the Wrexham Miners Project serving food and soft drinks which are available to purchase. 

Please contact Steve Lloyd at if you would like any more information or if you would like to check the meet-up will be happening each game.


Sources of help

If you are reading this because you are feeling suicidal, it is important that you seek help immediately.

If you are feeling suicidal, you can:

Call the Samaritans support service anytime on 116 123 (freephone)

  • Call the PAPYRUS HOPELineUK on 01925 572444 if you are a young person (or have concerns about a young person)
  • Call the CALL Helpline (Wales) on 0800 132 737
  • Call Switchboard LGBTQ + - 0119 100 - Open 10:00-22:00 every day
  • Go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department and tell the staff how you are feeling
  • Contact NHS Direct (Wales) on for urgent mental health support call NHS 111 and press OPTION 2
  • Speak to a friend, family member or someone you trust
  • Make an urgent appointment to see your GP

 Other useful sources of help include: 

United States

  • General emergency 911


  • General emergency 999
  • General emergency 112

New Zealand

  • General emergency 111


  • General emergency 112
  • General emergency 999


  • General emergency 000
  • Hearing/speech-impaired 106


  • General emergency 911

The following website contains information on support services available in your country - Mental Health Helplines: International Directory (


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