May Mhag-zineMay 2017
Mental Health & Transport Summit Report
SAD NEWS Phil one of our mhag co ordinators retired at the end of march 2016. He felt it was time to retire, and we will struggle to carry on without his commitment and belief in mhag. He worked hard to keep mhag going with the newsletter and the many
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This is a message from the Mental Health Action Group to all our Derby City members. This is to tell you about an opportunity to talk with mental health Commissioners about how we can shape Mental Health Community Services in Derby City for the future, including Day Services. We
Members of Mental health action group had lovely day in Chester visiting several of its lovely sights , we met up at the cathedral at 3 pm to light candles and have a minutes silence in memory of Neil. Thankyou to everyone who came on the trip with thanks to Phil and Niki for all the work they put into organising the trip and the quiz. Also thankyou to Coxs mini bus hire of Belper for the lovely mini bus and driver.
heres some photos of the trip click on the pictures for larger picture
We had guest speakers Matt Rawsthorne Blue Sky Derby on courses and training for people with mental health issues. More details in our next newsletter. Also Sharon Mellors Health Watch Derbyshire on their service for comments on health care, again more info in August newsletter. Seclusion was talked about and