The Dementia Wellbeing Service has collaborated with The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) to create a range of resources that raise awareness of human rights in mental health.
Second Step's Recovery College has released a programme featuring workshops it's holding in January-March 2017.
A CASS project is providing an insight into the many different ways that people relax and unwind in their busy lives.
Nilaari's director has been named a 'happiness champion' by the Happy City initiative for making Bristol a happier place to be.
The Bristol Joining the Dots digital solutions development pilot has now been completed.
Find out more about a staff member at BMH.
St Mungo's - which runs several BMH services - has been ranked 43rd in the new 2017 list of LGBT-friendly employers, released today by LGBT charity Stonewall.
Bristol Mental Health’s Men’s Crisis House has launched client-led recovery groups to support people staying at the service.
Over 40 organisations, including Bristol Mental Health, attended the Blue Monday Fair on Monday 16 January.
The Dementia Wellbeing Service is still seeking healthcare professionals with expertise in dementia to take part in a series of community language videos.
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