Building Up Stronger: Merseyside Mental Health Week
3rd November 10am – 11.30am
An online seminar exploring how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted on the mental health of local residents, featuring presentations from senior leaders across public health and mental health. This event will debate what needs to be done to tackle the challenge and explore the role of the charity, community and voluntary sector in supporting the response.
To register a place go to - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/building-up-stronger-merseyside-mental-health-week-tickets-123347958063
The role of community based social prescribing in mental health
6th November 10am – 11.30am
An online discussion with Merseycare’s Director of social inclusion and participation, Michael Crilly, and digital social prescribing expert, Jennifer Neff of Elemental Software, examining the role of social prescribing in communities in supporting good mental health. This event will also be an opportunity to find out more about how Imagine’s Building Up Stronger project, a Lottery funded pilot to trial a new approach to supporting residents whose mental health has been most affected by the lockdown that is based on community led social prescribing.
Good mental health for all - 'Keeping the mental health of your workforce in good shape, wherever they are working'
5th November, 9.30am - 10.30am
Hosted by Merseyside Mental Health Week partner, Knowsley Chamber of Commerce, this event with Imagine Independence's Mental Health First Aid team will take you through an understanding of mental health and how to spot the warning signs. With employees and colleagues working at distance, on a rota or even from home, the isolation, uncertainty and lack of human social interaction is impacting us all.
In this hour long workshop we will cram in as much as we can to help us to understand mental health and we will introduce tools for building a mentally healthy workforce.
Everton in the Community - Online mental health awareness
6th November, 1pm - 3pm
Everton in the Community is hosting a free, two hour online mental health awareness course. Anyone interested in registering to attend can email Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invitation. The session will be delivered via the app Webex which is free to download.
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