Research Opportunity: Post Traumatic Stress in people with a psychotic disorder
Bristol Survivors' Network have created a new leaflet about crisis support services in Bristol.
Help the Bristol Manifesto for Race Equality Group shape their work on
Self Injury Self Help (SISH) Bristol is reviewing Bristol's accident and emergency services for treatment of self harm.
Don't forget St Mungo's Woolly Hat Day on 29th January. Wear a hat, make a small donation and show your support for those who are homeless and vulnerable.
Time To Talk Day 2016 will take place on Thursday 4th February. Join in with events in Bristol and get talking about mental health.
A list of mental health services and resources that are available in Bristol over the Christmas holiday period including opening times.
The Bristol Crisis service has been ranked highest in the UK by the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Home Treatment Accreditation Scheme (HTAS), meeting 94% of its Type 3 standards, which are those that an “excellent” team would be expected to meet.
We are looking for service users and carers to join one of Bristol Mental Health's project teams and give your views about how to make better use of patient information.
Community Access Support Service leads on new fund for mental health activities in Bristol
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