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Improving Access to Crisis Mental Health Services for Minority Ethnic and Refugee Communities
Mind in Harrow's innovative campaign 'Olole Isbedel' highlights the multiple disadvantages experienced by the Somali community, including poverty and severe mental illness, which are inextricably linked to over-representation in the criminal justice system.
At this conference we will be sharing the learnings from the 1st year of this campaign, which we belive are relevant and transferable to work across London with other minority ethnic and refugee communties.
We will be bringing together nationally acclaimed experts in the field who have contributed to national guidance and research to:
• Explore mental health crisis care and its link with the criminal Justice system
• Share learnings from national research and guidance in order so that we can can acheive change in the current climate
WHEN: Wednesday 25th of February 2015, 10am - 4:30pm
WHERE: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, N7 6PA
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Health and social care professionals, NHS Trust Diversity leads, commissioners of mental health services, Somali/black African and other community organisations supporting refugees and asylum seekers, those working with or in the criminal justice system and interested parties.
RSVP: Josie Hinton by email: email@example.com or Tel: 0208 515 7877
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