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14 Jul 2022
Recovery Collegect have launched their new programme for the Summer Term. It includes a wide variety of free mental health and wellbeing courses, including sessions focusing on dealing with anxiety, anger, and hoarding.
14 Jun 2022

The new ‘Reach In, Reach Out’ podcast series from International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) aims to encourage understanding around the complexities of suicide, reduce the stigma surro

1 Jun 2022

Central London Samaritans is open to visitors again, everyday from 9am-9pm. No appointment or referral necessary and there is no cost.

11 May 2022
Listening Books has a huge library of audiobooks and are open to any one (adult and child) who lives in the UK and has a mental health condition.  People can listen at their PC or via an app on a
3 May 2022

You can download a PDF of the guide here. It’s designed to be viewed on the web, so you don’t need to print it.

26 Apr 2022

'Men's Wellness on the Water' will be run by a male British Canoeing-accredited instructor and is open to all adult men, from absolute beginners to more experienced paddlers.

8 Mar 2022
To find out more about what affects women’s mental health, life events and hormonal changes that can affect women’s mental health, and what you can do if you're worried about your mental health, please read the full article from Mental Health Foundation by clicking here.
8 Feb 2022
The Advocacy Project have coproduced a survey with service users, to explore the experiences of people from minority and marginalised communities, who have used community services to help their mental health and wellbeing.
We would like to hear from people in Camden who are from Black, Asian and other ethnic or religious minority backgrounds, people from LGBTQI+ communities, people who have disabilities/impairments, and people who are deaf.
The survey is anonymous. The information you provide in the survey will help to improve equality and diversity in community mental health services.