North Lanarkshire Bipolar Self Help Group

Thursday, February 04, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , , |

North Lanarkshire Bipolar Self Help Group

 

Expeerience Counts - Peer Support for Veterans

Wednesday, February 03, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Expeerience Counts - Veterans

 

Drop In Cafe - February 2016

Wednesday, February 03, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Drop In Cafe - February 2016

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Well-Informed Information Stalls & Visits - February 2016

Wednesday, February 03, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Well-Informed Information Stalls & Visits - February 2016

 

Opal Creative Group - Screen Printing Course

Monday, February 01, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Opal Creative Group - Screen Printing Course

 

See Me Community Champions - Training in Lanarkshire

Thursday, January 21, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

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Who are the Champions?

The Champions all have lived experience so are passionate about making a difference by identifying locally where discrimination exists, coming up with ideas and projects to challenge it. 

Since October 2014 we have trained three groups of Champions, in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness. 30 champions have completed training and are starting projects in a variety of locations.  

This year, we are holding training in Lanarkshire and Perth. See below for details and how to apply.
 

Some of the projects include:

  • Working with students to tackle self-stigma
  • Pass the Badge Campaign
  • Exploring stigma within the healthcare system
  • Community consultations to raise awareness and getting people involved
  • Working with trade unions and HR to improve policies and practise regarding mental health in the workplace
     

Community champions might also: 

  • Run events
  • Devise local campaigns
  • Speak in schools and workplaces as part of a wider programme
  • Spread the See Me message at community groups
  • Encourage people to join the movement
  • Gather local stories and experiences to share with us

 

What is involved?

Champion Training takes place over a 3-4 month period, with approximately one training session a month.
In between sessions Champions have reflective and planning tasks to complete.  They also have meetings with their mentor at key points during the training programme.

 

See Me Community Champions Training Lanarkshire

Community Champions will be fully trained.

Training Dates: 22nd March, 12th April, 17th May, 7th June, 28th June

Venue: Dalziel Business Centre, Motherwell, ML1 1PN

               

How can I get involved?

If you are interested in becoming a champion, See Me are now recruiting for Lanarkshire training groups.

Completed applications are to be returned to Rebekah Moore.
This can be done via Email:  rebekah.moore@seemescotland.org or via Telephone:  0141 530 1093 (office) 07803 203 652 (mobile)

Post: Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ. 

The deadline for completed applications for Lanarkshire is  29th February at 5pm.

To apply, please have a look at the role description for Lanarkshire and then fill in the application form.

 

Scottish Mental Health First Aid Training by Neighbourhood Networks

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

This two day course, organised by Neighbourhood Networks, will take place on Thursday 18th and Thursday 25th February 2016.  Participants should be able to commit to attending both days (9.30 am - 4pm.) 

At the Jim Foley Centre, Craigneuk, Wishaw

Target audience: All who have a professional or personal interest in the field of mental health.

The course does not train people to be mental health workers. It offers basic general information about mental health problems. The knowledge presented and understanding developed in the course helps to remove stigma and fear and to give confidence in approaching a person in distress.

Mental Health First Aid is an initial response to distress and all participants on the course understand that this help is given only until other suitable or professional help can be found

Aims of SMHFA:

  • To preserve life
  • To provide practical help
  • To promote the recovery of good mental health
  • To provide comfort to a person experiencing distress
  • To promote understanding of mental health issues

Objectives:

By the end of this training participants will have considered:

  • Attitudes to mental health issues
  • The recovery message
  • The impact of alcohol and drugs
  • Suicide intervention
  • Listening skills
  • Self harm
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Psychosis

All participants will be given a copy of the SMHFA manual and a certificate on completion of the course.

COST: £40 for the two day course (including lunch and refreshments.) 

Download attched form for more information here

 

MyRAP Groups - January - March 2016

Monday, January 18, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

MyRAP - Groups in Lanarkshire Motherwell 2016

 

MyRAP Groups - January 2016

 

Recycling Competition – Clear Out and Clean Up

Monday, January 18, 2016 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Recycling Competition 2016

 

See Me, Read Me

Thursday, January 07, 2016 By: Fiona | Tagged: , |

Wee Read is pleased to present a See Me, Read Me event at Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health offices at Cadzow Street, Hamilton on Friday 22nd January , 1-2pm. Wee Read opens up a discussion about mental health and stigma. Using poems and stories, we get a chance to express ourselves freely in writing.

Please note that local MSP Christina McKelvie will be present.

If you would like to attend please contact- infoline@lamh.org.uk to book a place.

 

See Me Read Me

 

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