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Men and Mental Health in BAME Communities

Men and Mental Health in BAME Communities

I was recently asked to write this blog about men in the ‘Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic’ (BAME) community and the stigma around mental health. The question raised is why males find it more difficult to access NHS mental health support services. As an Expert...
Mental Health Helpline during Covid-19

Mental Health Helpline during Covid-19

A 24-hour a day, seven day a week helpline is now available for anyone in Gloucestershire experiencing mental health distress and needing urgent support or advice. The service is available by ringing 0800 169 0398. The line is staffed by mental health professionals...

Public Encouraged to Seek Mental Health Support

Health experts are encouraging people across Gloucestershire to look after their mental health and wellbeing during the current Covid-19 ‘lockdown’. The physical health impacts of Covid-19 are well recognised, but anxiety about health, job security and finances,...
It’s Time to Talk about Mental Health

It’s Time to Talk about Mental Health

Mental health problems affect one in four of us, yet many people feel too ashamed to talk about it. By supporting national Time to Talk Day on Thursday 6 February,we’re aiming to get people across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire speaking openly about mental...

CQC Community Mental Health Survey 2020

We will soon be carrying out the 2020 CQC community mental health survey to find out what patients think about the mental health care that we provide. This survey is part of the NHS Patient Survey Programme. Why are we doing another patient survey? The survey needs to...
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