Listening into Action (LiA) is an exciting initiative, designed to help NHS organisations introduce new ways of working, with frontline staff leading on changes they know will benefit service users and make AWP a better place to work.
The recently renamed Bristol Wellbeing College has released details of its June and July courses.
Alzheimer’s Society – which co-runs BMH’s Dementia Wellbeing Service – is recruiting volunteers for its Befriending Service.
New contactless donation points to fund the city’s night shelters for people sleeping rough were launched this week in Broadmead; marking a new approach to supporting homeless people in Bristol.
The Community Rehabilitation Service has launched a pilot of forest wellbeing sessions with the Forest of Avon Trust.
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Second Step’s Recovery College has a new name and a new look too.
From 8-12 May Bristol will be marking Mental Health Awareness Week with Five Days of Wellbeing. The week will raise awareness about the little things that we can do every day to improve our mental and emotional health.
A team of volunteers from Lloyds Bank visited Callington Road Hospital recently to improve the garden at the Alder Unit, which is part of Bristol Mental Health's Inpatient Services.
A new project in Bristol is seeking to understand the barriers and stigma that some Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) older people encounter when talking about mental health.
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