This Mental Health Awareness Week (16-22nd May), the theme is healthy and supportive relationships and the importance of relationships in maintaining good mental health. The Greenwich Mental Health and Wellbeing Forum are running a series of awareness raising events promoting healthy and supportive relationships.
On April 12th, 2016 Bridge are hosting a 4 hour workshop on How to Set Up a Social Enterprise at our Recovery College in Woolwich.
A crucial report by an independent taskforce into the state of the mental health system has resulted in a pledge from the Government to transform mental health services.
Bridge Mental Health has been recognised as a workplace of health and wellbeing in the London Healthy Workplace Charter Awards. Bridge is being awarded an Achievement Award and staff are delighted.
Bridge welcomes the news that mental health has been recognised as a priority in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. ‘Healthy Greenwich, Healthy People’ was launched on 14th October at a conference in the Millennium Suite at The Valley. The new strategy is aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of everyone living in the borough.
The Greenwich mental health and wellbeing forum, a group of organisations from across the Borough, delivered a series of events and workshops to raise awareness of good mental health. It culminated in a great event in General Gordon Square, Woolwich, to mark this year’s World Mental Health Day on Saturday October 10th.
September marks the release of The Parliamentary Review 2014/15, comprising of twelve separate editions, each focusing on a key policy area. Several outstanding organisations and individuals, including Bridge Mental Health, have been selected to highlight best practice, representing the private healthcare arena.