AWP has produced ten tips to help you take care of your mental health during the festive season.
The Assertive Contact and Engagement (ACE) Service recently attended a reception at the House of Commons to launch a piece of research as part of St Mungo's 'Stop the Scandal' campaign.
The Community Rehabilitation Service has paired its first volunteer with a service user as part of its new mentoring project, which will see volunteers supporting people with their recovery and wellbeing.
Relatives and friends of people with bipolar disorder or psychosis are being invited to take part in the new Relatives Education And Coping Toolkit (REACT) Research Study.
Safer off the Streets (SOS) Bristol is a pioneering fundraising campaign from local homelessness charities St Mungo's (which runs several BMH services), The Julian Trust, Caring in Bristol and Crisis Centre Ministries.
Bristol Mental Health's Dementia Wellbeing Service has recently released its first Quality Account.
The Dementia Wellbeing Service is seeking healthcare professionals with expertise in dementia to take part in a series of community language videos.
CASS has shared some useful tips to help you look after your mental health at Christmas.
Find out more about a staff member at BMH.
Christmas opening times for Bristol Mental Health (BMH) services and other mental health services in the city are now available.
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