Mental Health Awareness Week

We have lots of activities arranged for Mental Health Awareness Week. Have a look below for information about our activities:

Our first is a stand at Knightwick shopping Centre, Canvey from 10-4pm, on Tuesday 14th of May.

Our second is on Thursday 16th of May, 11-12.30pm, at Brentwood Community Hospital (reception area), whereby one of our co-ordinators will be on hand to answer any questions about our services.

In addition, we have a health and wellbeing day workshop at Anglia Ruskin University in their Chelmsford site on Thursday 16th of May, and at Firstsite Colchester, on Friday 17th of May.

Lastly, we have mental health awareness and emotional first aid workshops on a variety of days at Orsett Hall Hotel and in Margaretting.

For more information on the wider campaign for mental health awareness, see the Mental Health Foundation’s website: www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week

                   

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