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Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week webinars

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week campaign which takes place between Monday 9th – Sunday 15th May, KeyRing are co-hosting two webinars:

Social and strengths-based approaches to mental health support

On 10th May from 10am – 11.30am (BST) we are joining up with the Association of Mental Health Providers and the World Health Organisation to talk about social and strengths based approaches to mental health. We will hear from frontline staff and people they support from KeyRing, Shared Lives and Missing Link Mental Health services. 

To book your place visit: Webinar Registration – Zoom

Global network of living support communities – sharing stories of community based support and asset based approaches

On 12th May from 9am – 11am (BST) we go global! We are celebrating how KeyRing networks grew across the world. We’ll be sharing stories of community based support and asset based approaches. It’s a great chance for other providers and their teams to get connected on a global scale.

To book your place please visit: Global Networking Event – Living Support Communities Tickets, Thu 12 May 2022 at 09:00 | Eventbrite

These events are open and free to anyone but are aimed at professionals working in health and social care.

Please share throughout your organisations, networks and communities and with anyone you feel may be interested in attending.

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