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8 x Community Engagement Workers (Improving Physical Health) at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind believes in the power of listening and feeling heard and that a better understanding of mental health benefits everyone. Manchester Mind do this by providing a range of services across Manchester to young people and adults.

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35 hours per week
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£21,748 - £23,080 per annum
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Shared learning event – Peer Support Forum

27 January, 2022 - 12:30 to 13:30

Greater Manchester Independent Mental Health Network (IMHN) are hosting a shared learning event, for peer support facilitators to come together and discuss challenges and best practice.

The forum will be a space to discuss any thoughts and experiences of running peer support. IMHN will discuss the challenges we can all face, as well as their hopes and vision for peer support. IMHN hope that the forum will serve as a space where we can all learn from, and support, each other to develop best practice, and hopefully leave reinvigorated and inspired.

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Mental health support for adults and children and young people in Greater Manchester

16 Dec 2021 - 14:09 by michelle.foster

mental health supportThings may be difficult at the moment. If you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed there’s support out there for you.

Find mental health support where you live

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Suicide Prevention Fund 2021 to 2022

9 Dec 2021 - 10:43 by michelle.foster

gov.ukThe Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has made available £4 million for a grant fund to support suicide prevention voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations across 2021 to 2022. A portion of the grant fund will be ring-fenced specifically to help support small community-led and user-led groups and organisations.

The strategic objectives of the fund are:

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Just Psychology Therapeutic Interventions

9 Dec 2021 - 10:32 by michelle.foster

just psychologyAre you concerned about helping children and families who have recently migrated from other cultures?

Are you looking for therapeutic approaches that address the racial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of children, parents, and families?

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Barnardo's Boloh Helpline

29 Nov 2021 - 13:47 by michelle.foster

boloh helplineBarnardo’s Boloh Helpline has expanded their service to support the mental health and wellbeing of adult asylum seekers across the UK. This project is funded by the Home Office and is in addition to the current service that offers support to children, young people and their parents.

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Research opportunity for parents/carers/teachers/staff - University of Manchester

20 Nov 2021 - 13:00 by charlotte.chilvers

The University of Manchester are currently working on an NIHR funded research project aiming to Enhance the CAMHS referral process.

The aim of the research is to understand what the difficulties are in making referrals to CAMHS services across the UK. We want to improve the quality of referrals to CAMHS services so that only children and young people who can be helped by CAMHS are referred; and so that others can be guided to receive help they need elsewhere.

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"Do One Thing" for World Mental Health Day Sunday 10 October

1 Oct 2021 - 11:29 by michelle.foster

World mental health day 2021“If we all do one thing, we can change everything”

Sunday 10 October is World Mental Health Day (WMHD). After the events of the last few years our mental health remains more important than ever.

Taking inspiration from national Mind’s WMHD campaign Manchester Mind are marking the event by encouraging you to “Do One Thing” to support your own mental health and for the mental health of those around us.

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