300 Voices legacy update & Toolkit launched

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300 Voices – Legacy

Research consistently shows that young African and Caribbean men are more likely to face negative experiences when using mental health services, which means they have poorer mental health as a result.

Running from 2013-2015, 300 Voices was a working partnership between Time to Change, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and the West Midlands Police, also in the latter stages South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. It focussed on reducing the stigma and discrimination that can exist in statutory mental health settings and the police.

Get a copy of the 300 Voices Toolkit here.

The project brought together staff from mental health services, the police, young African and Caribbean men with experience of mental health problems, and also a host of community representatives, to constructively explore how to improve the experience of mental health services.

The focus was on empowering young African Caribbean men to share their experience of mental health support.

The project has also produced a toolkit that that explains the approach of the project and provides the practical tools necessary to roll it out elsewhere. You can find a copy of the toolkit here.

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