SVB's Lilly attended the West Yorkshire Police Sikh Association Launch Event today, it was a fantastic event! Lilly had the opportunity to meet lots of new people within the WY Police force whilst also connecting with other organisations that were invited. We look forward to continuing our existing relationship with the West Yorkshire Police in the future.
As October was Black History Month, at SVB we wanted to host an event celebrating Black History with our women's group! We spent our time eating, socialising and sharing how BHM resonated with us all.
It's been a productive action-focussed week for the Culturally Adapted BA project, as colleagues from Sharing Voices Bradford @inspiredneighbourhoods WomenZone MyWellbeing College prepare client packs, ready for those wanting support with depression in the Muslim community in Bradford.
👉🏽Does racism have an impact on your identity and sense of belonging? 👉🏾Does it affect your mental health? At Sharing Voices Bradford we are carrying out a survey to see how many young people from the BAME communites have been affected by racism and the impact it is has on one's mental health. Please click on the link below and share your thoughts with us! https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3Z8PDPB #sharingvoices #communitysupport #hereforyou
Just wanted to share a collage of pictures from Mohammed's recent Mental Health workshop that was held at the Madni Jamia Masjid in Bradford. We had a fantastic visit to the masjid and look forward to many more events together in the future
SVB's Mohammed recently held a mental health workshop at Rida boys school in Dewsbury! Our aim is to support students from Bradford and surrounding areas, the session was extremely useful and we got to discuss all things mental health related. We look forward to visiting the school again.
SVB's Mohammed recently delivered a mental health workshop at Rida Girl High school, supporting students from Bradford and supporting areas! It was a very enjoyable experience, thank you all for being so warm and welcoming.
Sharing Voices are featured in this months 'The Safety in Numbers Newsletter' hosted by patient and public involvement and engagement lead. The article is in relation to the recent COVID-19 research carried out by SVB's Lilly. We are so proud of the work you are doing 👏🏽🧡 Please check out the article via the link below https://mailchi.mp/89…/safety-in-numbers-group-autumn-update
My name is Genevieve Belle and I am originally from Cameroon which is a multi-culturally diverse country which afforded me with a unique childhood. As a very welcoming country, our neighbours and classmates could be from anywhere in the world, there was and still is a strong influence from Asia, Europe and the Middle East with their cuisines reflected in the local restaurant scene. As a young child that fostered a love for food which was never waned.
World Mental Health Day 2021! The theme this year is 'mental health in an unequal world'. At SVB we are here to support you in any way to ensure people from the BAME community receive the help they require. Please contact us at [email protected] or 01274 731166 if you want some support, we are here for you 🧡🧠👏🏽