ABOUT OUR GROUP
Solihull & South Birmingham ME Support Group (SSBMESG) was founded
over 20 years ago.
We have members from all over Birmingham, Solihull and the surrounding areas.
We welcome members with ME, CFS and FMS, their carers and their families.
Would you like to talk to us?
If you would like to talk to us or want more information, please contact us anytime.
Our group coordinator is Jenny Griffin:
Phone or text: 07434 184 095
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (may be a delay in replying - sorry!)
Write to: 7 Firs Close Marlbrook Bromsgrove B60 1DR
Would you like to join us?
If you would like to join our group,
Please contact us and we can email or post you a membership form
Or you download an interactive membership form here This can be downloaded and completed in Adobe Acrobat. Once completed, it can be 'saved as' and emailed as an attachment to email@example.com
Here are some of the services we have for our members:
- we have an information service which is available to members and new contacts
- we have meetings: see our meetings page
- we have a quarterly newsletter
- we have a group library
- we have an optional Contact List service which enables our
members to get in touch with each other in various ways of choice for friendship and support
- we have an open Facebook page
- we also have a closed Facebook page called: Official Solihull & South Birmingham ME Support Group
This a closed group for members and by invitation only. To find out how to join click here
(When individuals apply to join our closed Facebook group, our moderators will check with each other to see if the person is already known – i.e, a member of the existing support group. If this is not the case, then a response will be sent to the individual via personal message. Please note that a personal message on facebook will more than likely go to the 'other' messages on the individual's message tab, so please be sure to check this regularly once a request to join the FB group has been made.)
The group was set up so that members of the Solihull and South Birmingham ME Support Group would have another opportunity for communication apart from the usual telephone, letter, email and physical meetings.