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Background At the Healing Our Broken Village Conference in 2016, David Bradley CEO SWLSTG Mental Health Trust made a number of pledges that the Trust would work on, alongside WCEN and the BME Mental Health Forum, and reported back at the 9th HOBV Conference on 26th October 2017. One of these pledges was to work

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Thank you to everyone who attended HOBV9 last week Thursday. It was a stimulating event, exploring the issues and inequalities around black mental health where we heard from David Bradley, Chief Executive, South West London and St Georges NHS Mental Health Trust, who gave an update on the progress that is being made to reduce these inequalities, following last years
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We are pleased to invite you to our 9th Black Mental Health conference, ‘Healing our Broken Village’, on Thursday 26th October, 3.00pm (start)- 8.00pm, at the New Testament Assembly, 7 Beechcroft Road, Tooting, SW17 7BU. We will be joined by David Bradley, Chief Executive, South West London and St Georges NHS Mental Health Trust, who

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We are now looking for people and community groups who are interested in our second round of Advice First Aid Training! Advice First Aid Network – Training  Training provided by Citizens Advice Wandsworth, and held at Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill, SW11 1JB About the Advice First Aid Training Advice First Aider Criteria and commitments

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Coproduction from Theory to Practice: Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network An Evaluation Report by Dr. Rochelle Burgess and Natasha Choudary With an introduction from Councillor James Maddan Wandsworth Council, Foreword from Alice Evans, The Lankelly Chase Foundation and an Afterword by Malik Gul, Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network June 2017 To download the report please click here 

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Our 9th Healing Our Broken Village Black Mental Health Conference and Black History Exhibition will be held on Thursday 26th October 2017   HOBV 9 will include a progress report on pledges made by South West London and St. Georges Mental Health Trust at last years conference , and a focus on young BME people and mental

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Our first Help through Hardship and Crisis conference, held in partnership with Citizens Advice Wandsworth, was held on Wednesday 26th July at Springfield Hospital, Tooting. The purpose of the conference was to explore issues of hardship and crises that have emerged through the first year of the project, and we heard from a range of public services and
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Is there institutional racism in mental health care? Watch here  Black people are being failed by the UK’s mental health services because of “institutional racism”, it has been warned. How does this affect those who experience it? When Eche Egbuonu, who has bipolar disorder, was sectioned under the Mental Health Act, he should have been

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