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GMCVO, working in partnership with 10GM, have launched the second stage of a grants programme to support adults from communities of identity or experience, based in Greater Manchester, that may struggle to achieve high levels of mental wellbeing.
Is your organisation interested in making a social impact while advancing diversity and inclusion within its workforce?
Then We Need To Talk About Mental Health:
A diverse, healthy and productive workforce is essential to the success of individual businesses and the economy as a whole. However, pre-Covid-19 almost 1 in 7 people in the UK experienced mental health challenges in the workplace.
Now, more than ever, we know that young people are struggling with their mental health.
Manchester Mind are still here to help during this difficult time and are keen to spread awareness of the services they have available, and want to ensure that their services are the right ones.
Manchester Mind need some help to enable them to do this and they would like to speak to young people (age 15-25) to find out:
Dates: to be confirmed, contact Manchester Mind for details, Online via Zoom
Stressful events happen and we often cannot do much to change them. Mindfulness allows us to be able to better live with the unhelpful thoughts and feelings that our minds throw up as a result of these stressful experiences.
Postvention Assisting those Bereaved By Suicide (PABBS), one day training is evidence-based and evaluated suicide bereavement training and has been informed by a three-year study, conducted by Dr. Sharon McDonnell and her team, at the University of Manchester. Funded (£243K) by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and the first of its kind internationally.
This training will help those implementing:
The Covid-19 seminar will focus on the impact on the following:
- Front line staff who worked during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Patients who were hospitalised from Covid-19 and survived
- Those who lost ‘significant others’ including colleagues to Covid-19
- Bereavement and rituals during a time of uncertainty and high risk
Are you committed to principles of equality and social justice? Are you passionate about the rights of children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities to be treated with respect? Do you want to contribute to community cohesion and reduce isolation?
Just Psychology is a not-for-profit social enterprise in Greater Manchester that provides services to address the psychological and mental health needs of children, adults and families with a particular emphasis on cultural diversity and cultural competence.
If you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed, there’s support out there for you. There are free digital services available.
You can find information, resources and other places you can get help and support and information about your local mental health and wellbeing services here