MASH Social Hub in action

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MASH Event : What About Us?

Lonely young manWhat About Us?

Building community-based well-being provision for African-Caribbean people with lived experience of mental health.

An event hosted by the Mentoring & Advocacy Support Hub (M.A.S.H.)
20th March 2017, 10.30am – 4.30pm.

This event has been co-produced with members of M.A.S.H. who are also active current users of mental health services in Birmingham.

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The project is regrettably set to close at the end of March 2017 as a result of existing funding coming to an end.

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Peer Support Research Project – get involved!

Research Office Binder - Image Credit Freerange Stock ArchivesCan you help to make the case for the importance of mentoring services like those provided by MASH?

Would you be willing to take part in a brief and confidential interview?

The MASH Programme is working with Dr Chris Wagstaff (Senior lecturer in nursing. University of Birmingham) to take part in his study into the MASH mental health peer support programme, from the perspective of the mentors and mentees.

Participants will receive a £10 gift voucher.

Before you decide whether to get involved the following will help you understand why the research is being done and what it would involve for you. See the full guidance sheet here > Continue reading