Transitions Lead, Daniela Lewis is keynote speaker for BAME
Tomorrow, Daniela Lewis will be a keynote speaker at this year’s BAME Mental Health & Wellbeing Event. Please join her and other members of the Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster team.
Where: The Reef, Roehampton University, Grove House, Roehampton Lane, London, SW15 5PJ, UK
When: Thursday 17th October, 6-7.45pm
How to book: Just turn up. It’s open to everyone.
What: Free 4-8 week art workshops including lunch
When: Monday’s. The programme will be running until April 2020
Who: Camden residents aged 18 and over who are suffering with a mental health problem
Find our more: Call 020 7241 8996 or visit Healthy Minds
Delivered in partnership with Mind in Camden
Suicide is preventable, not inevitable.
In 2017, in the UK and Ireland alone, over 6,000 people died of suicide. Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy.
We know that suicide is preventable, it’s not inevitable. But not being okay is still widely stigmatised. We work hard every day to address this and support all those impacted by mental health.
This year, on this day, we are announcing our latest service to support those impacted by suicide. Working in partnership with South West London Health and Care Partnership, we are announcing a dedicated service to support people bereaved by suicide. Our new Post Suicide Liaison Worker will work with a range of local services to better support family members. If you’d like to know more or apply for the role please contact [email protected]
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