October Conference: Mental Health – Getting the best for the South West

Conference Launch of the Mental Health Alliance South West

MENTAL HEALTH – GETTING THE BEST FOR THE SOUTH WEST

WORKING TOGETHER; STRENGTHENING OUR VOICE; ENGAGING; INFLUENCING; ACTING TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN THE SOUTH WEST

Wednesday 16th October 2013
10:00-16:00 hrs, Somerset County Cricket Club, St James St, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JT (map)

A conference for people working to improve  services, facilities and opportunities for people living with mental health problems in the South West, and for people supporting them.

  • What does ‘the best’ look like? Move to action for mental health – national keynote speakers
  • What does good look like? Examples of positive practice from around the South West
  • How can the Alliance continue to strengthen its voice, and work effectively? Have your say.
  • Key messages for commissioners, service providers, and partners
  • Next steps  – moves to action for mental health

This is a free event and places are limited. Download the Conference flyer

To book your place or to make further enquiries, please email your name and address to info@mentalhealthalliancesouthwest.org.uk or phone 07779 278722 by 11th September 2013.

Places are limited. Bookings will be confirmed on 25th September 2013.

4 thoughts on “October Conference: Mental Health – Getting the best for the South West

  1. Susan Arnold

    Pity I missed the conference. Have left a message. Would like to talk to someone about championing Tea and Talk sessions in the Exmouth / Exeter are. Could someone kindly call me Sue. (contact number removed, Ed.) Look forward to hearing from someone. Thanks
    Sue Arnold

    Reply
    1. Geof Lynn

      Hi Sue,
      The new Devon Tea & Talk Project is being run by:
      Llinos Davies
      Tea & Talk Devon Co-ordinator
      07581 362412
      @teaandtalkdevon

      Reply

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