24 Jun

YoungMinds E-Newsletter – June 2017

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Heads Together Comedy Night for YoungMinds On 18 September, some of the biggest names in British comedy will join forces to support Heads Together, the campaign to change the conversation on mental health. Topping the star-studded line-up will be Michael McIntyre, Jimmy Carr, Harry Hill, Frank Skinner, Russell Kane, Katherine Ryan and Tommy Tiernan. Tickets available…

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12 Jun

Rethink Mental Illness – Revamp for our Advice and Information Hub

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We have just updated the Advice and Information Hub on our website – it is now much easier to find out how to contact our Advice Line or search our library of factsheets. We have over 100 factsheets on a variety of mental health conditions, from anxiety disorders to schizophrenia, but also information on medication or welfare support, such as our…

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12 Jun

National Survivor User Network (NSUN) Bulletin – 30 May 2017

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NSUN news NSUN is now a member of the VSCE Health and Wellbeing Alliance (which replaces the previous Voluntary Sector Strategic Partners Programme). This is through two important partnerships. As part of the user-led Win Win Alliance – disabled people leading change (together with Disability Rights UK, Shaping Our Lives and CHANGE) and the Mental Health Consortia…

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10 Jun

National Survivor User Network (NSUN) Bulletin – 22 May 2017

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NSUN news NSUN is now a member of the VSCE Health and Wellbeing Alliance (which replaces the previous Voluntary Sector Strategic Partners Programme). This is through two important partnerships. As part of the user-led Win Win Alliance – disabled people leading change (together with Disability Rights UK, Shaping Our Lives and CHANGE) and the Mental Health Consortia…

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04 Jun

Healthwatch Newcastle Newsletter – 22 May 2017

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Our priorities for 2017—18 Every year, we ask people to help us choose our priorities from a longlist of health and social care topics. We consulted on this year’s longlist by going out into the community, via an online survey and at our April conference. People’s preferences were then presented to the Healthwatch Newcastle Committee…

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