MASH Programme : Temporary Closure

Closed SignThe MASH Programme is regrettably set to close (for the time being) at the end of March 2017 as a result of its existing funding coming to an end.

But this is not the end for MASH!

Project Co-ordinator, Tippa Naphtali and other MASH supporters will be working hard alongside CATALYST CIC, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust and others to secure further funding.

We very much hope to see the MASH Programme back in full flow later in 2017.

Read about our development plans – See details here >

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Have you registered for the new MASH e-newsletter yet?

Email NewsletterThe MASH e-newsletter has moved to a brand new platform – Have you signed up yet.

Be in it to see it!

Following our recent move to a brand new website anyone that received our previous e-news will need to sign-up for the new format.

We’ll bring you news on local events (coming up in July, August & September 2017, updates on policy and developments in the West Midlands region and nationally.

Sign-up today! It only takes a few minutesSee details here >

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The MASH Hub has a brand new website and e-newsletter

New MASH website

New MASH website!

MASH has moved to a new professionally designed website developed with support from Birmingham-based collective, First Stop Web Design, and National Mind.

Visit the new website here :

The new website was developed for two main reasons;

  1. To demonstrate a commitment to the future development of the MASH Programme
  2. To provide a modern and interactive website that is fit for purpose and the exciting future ahead of MASH

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Be part of a new mental health network – take the survey

CATALYST 4 CHANGE is a new organisation being developed by a group of community development workers, health professionals and campaigners that have worked at community grass roots level across the UK for many years.

CATALYST will be creating and sustaining a supportive network of mental health and wellbeing initiatives in the African and Caribbean community within the West Midlands. These will include community organisations, social enterprises, faith groups or businesses that have a significant African and Caribbean mental health service user base.

Do you want to be part of a truly supportive network of mental health and wellbeing initiatives in the African/Caribbean community?

Would your group or organisation benefit from tailored support and easy access to professional services?

Then consider becoming an affiliate member of CATALYST! Continue reading