Mental Health Information
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Eugene Little, one of the artists using WW Mind's therapeutic arts project, Portugal Prints, has contributed a wonderful piece of artwork to the Stations of the Cross Community Arts Project at St Stephens Church in Rochester Row Westminster.
14th February 2017, Geoff Simmons came to the Wandsworth Hub and gave a colourful visual presentation and talk on The Summerstown 182 Project which had a captive audience of 12 service users.
We are looking for people with lived experience to update and develop the Go4MentalHealth online directory. This is a resource helping people living or working in Westminster and neighbouring boroughs to have access to good quality information about mental health, social care and community services and activities to support wellbeing.
Want to have a voice and to use it to help improve mental health and social care services in the borough?
In a speech to the Charity Commission the Prime Minister, Theresa May, set out the government's plans for the review and update of mental health services in England and Wales.
If you live in Wandsworth or Westminster and are feeling in need of company, support or a hot meal or refreshments over the Christmas and New Year period why not check out some of the community activities and services on offer.
WW Mind's annual Service User Conference and Seasonal Celebration took place on 15 December at the Abbey Centre in Victoria.
The Metropolitan Police in Wandsworth are conducting a survey to find out about the experience of local people who have been detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act.
We are very pleased to be working with neighbouring London Minds and with other partners to deliver a European Social Fund and London Councils funded project to help people who have been unemployed for some time to be better prepared and supported to find and stay in work.