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Upcoming Mental Health Support networking event

Are you interested in finding out more about the mental health and wellbeing supports available in your community?

North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership is hosting a Mental Health and Wellbeing ‘Connect’ event on Monday 29 April at Ardeer Community Centre in Stevenston. Why not come along and chat to the many visiting support services, browse the stalls and participate in a variety of workshops focussing on a range of mental health topics?

Services attending the event will include VoiceAbility advocacy, North Ayrshire Carers Gateway, the NHS A&A Health Improvement team, the Primary Care Mental Health team, Community Link Workers, North Ayrshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership, the NHS A&A Suicide Prevention team and North Ayrshire Wellbeing and Recovery College.

A series of mental health and wellbeing workshops will also be held on the day, with attendees having the opportunity to take part in all of these, as well as some creative or active movement taster sessions.

The event will also offer the chance for you to share your views on mental health services and supports in your area, meet new people, chat to others with lived experience and enjoy a light lunch.

The event will run from 10.30am till 2pm, with doors opening at 10am. Tickets are free, but numbers are limited. If you’re interested in going along, then please book your place online now via our Eventbrite page.

Health and Wellbeing Connect events coming soon

If you have any questions about the event, contact:

A new NAHSCP Mental Health Engagement Newsletter has been published on Microsoft Sway, introducing our Mental Health Engagement officer Sam Hodkinson and keeping you up to date with info on the engagement work happening throughout the Partnership, as well as information on how you or your team can get involved. The newsletter will be issued on a quarterly basis.

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