Bristol Mental Health has released further dates for its popular Conversation Cafes. The cafes have been developed as a space for service users to socialise with one another in a relaxed, friendly environment.
The Community Access Support Service has published some useful tips about how to support a community group member with mental health problems.
The LGBT+ Resilience Strategy for the West of England was launched at City Hall this month to coincide with LGBT History Month.
Bristol Mental Health (BMH) has appointed a new Personality Disorder Clinical Lead to improve the experience of people with personality disorders using services in Bristol.
Bristol Mental Health’s Early Intervention in Psychosis (EI) Service is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Bristol Wellbeing Therapies Service is now offering a free online therapy programme that people can access from anywhere, at any time of the day.
There’s still time to apply for the Emotional Wellbeing Fund, a project launched to help the city’s voluntary, community, equalities and faith groups to run activities aimed at improving the wellbeing of children and their families.
Find out more about a staff member at BMH.
The Bristol Homelessness Awareness Week (18-25 February) aims to raise awareness of homelessness, those at risk of becoming homeless and the issues facing rough sleepers.
Bristol Mental Health is inviting service users and carers to fill in a survey to help improve system communications.
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