There are a number of events related to mental health that are happening every week in London. Improve your knowledge and skills by taking part in an event that works with your schedule! Not all of them are events we have organised but we will aim to post opportunities that are relevant to our work and draw on the wider assets around mental health that exist in the greater London area.
Additionally, the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton has a rich mix of activities and events. You can click here to visit their events page!
Have you ever been in a position when you aren’t sure what to say if someone starts talking about death, and about harming themselves?Read more
Get active and join a weekly dance group at the Bernie Arts Centre in Tottenham.Read more
An invitation to RE:CREATE Psychiatry screening and discussion this Monday 5th March.
From 6.30pm to 8.30pm at The Dragon Café.Read more
Kindred Minds is essentially a service user-led BME support network that brings together mental health service users from different Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities with a focus on mutuality, shared learning and friendship.Read more
The Parliament Street Big Mental Health Discussion will take place on the 21st March 2018.Read more
The Mind Cafe continues with our London wide Road Show of Empowerment Workshops on Mental and Emotional Health for Service Users, their Families, Friends and Professionals.Read more
Over the last 20 years the landscape of Brixton has changed beyond all recognition. What does this mean for the previously established communities? What does this mean for the more recent arrivals? What are the challenges? What are the opportunities?Read more
At our 8th Annual Black Mental Health Conference (Healing our Broken Village - HOBV) in 2016, participants called for more intelligent working with young people, as 'by the time they get into adult services, it is already too late'.Read more
Black History Studies in association with the Insitute of Black Culture, Media and Sport presents the North London Premiere of the 'African History of Sport' documentary.Read more