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World Mental Health Day 10th October - resources from Time to Change

Time to Change has produced a range of resources for World Mental Health Day (10th October) for schools and workplaces.  They are currently focusing on a campaign called "Ask Twice" to encourage people to raise the topic of mental health with family and friends - there's a blog exploring five different ways to ask your friend if they're OK

For more details see: https://www.time-to-change.org.uk/resources

Know your human rights - a new resource

The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) has launched a new web-based tool to support people to use human rights in their every day interactions with public services. You can find it on their website www.knowyourhumanrights.co.uk 

The site was developed with and for people with mental health or mental capacity issues and their familes, friends, carers or formal advocates to help them to know and use their human rights as a way to ensure they are treated with dignity and respect in health and care services.   

 

Events

Comhar Groups

A place for Irish men in mid-life to get together.

Every Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm in the Tom Bugler Room at the London Irish Centre.

If you would like to come along, or have questions, please contact Tracey at icap:  020 7272 7906 or Ben at MHF:  020 7803 1125

 

Comhar Groups

A place for Irish men in mid-life to get together.

Every Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm in the Tom Bugler Room at the London Irish Centre.

If you would like to come along, or have questions, please contact Tracey at icap:  020 7272 7906 or Ben at MHF:  020 7803 1125