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Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Mental Health Recovery College Courses

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Unity of South London

2-4 Ravenstone Street

London

SW12 9SS

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In general, people from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities living in the UK are:

  • more likely to be diagnosed with mental health problems

  • more likely to be diagnosed and admitted to hospital

  • more likely to experience a poor outcome from treatment

  • more likely to disengage from mainstream mental health services, leading to social exclusion and a deterioration in their mental health.


Ravenstone Community Association has partnered up with NHS South West London & St George's Mental Health Trust (Recovery College) to offer a 3 session course looking at mental health within the BME Communities, focusing on IDENTITY, STIGMA and WAYS TO RECOVER and providing a way to tackle the challenges faced with BME communities and mental health through support and recovery.


We will:

  • provide a space for you to discuss mental health from a Black & Minority Ethnic perspective

  • equip you with information and education that can help you manage your and/or a friend/family members' mental health better

  • provide support for you and your loved ones to get the right help they need for any mental health challenges


If you would like to sign up to the Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Mental Health Recovery College Courses or if you have any queries about our courses, please contact Nathaniel via email on nathaniel.pamah@hotmail.com or phone on 07860827968.


Let us be experts in tackling mental health, let us be the change!

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Unity of South London

2-4 Ravenstone Street

London

SW12 9SS

United Kingdom

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