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The Art of Recovery - a Medicine for Members event

Musicians and artists will contribute to an evening dedicated to highlighting the crucial value of art in the context of mental health recovery and wellbeing as part of C&I’s Medicine for Members programme of events.

Employment support day

We are hosting an employment support day to help our service users find the right job. Join us on Wednesday 27 January 2016 to find out about information on training, in work support, volunteering, employment options and benefits.

Carols by Candlelight

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Annual Christmas Concert at St Pancras Old Church.

Sewing Circle exhibition

The Sewing Circle exhibition has been two years in the planning and now the wait is over. Twenty-four artists, both young and old, of all genders, using traditional and contemporary methods of needlework and sewing, have created a real time warp of the old and the new. 

World Mental Health and Black History Day - celebration

Nubian Users Forum celebrate World Mental Health Day and Black History Day 2015.

Celebrate 20 years of service to women - Drayton Park

Drayton Park Women’s Mental Health Crisis House and Resource Centre - Founders of alternatives to hospital for women Est.1995 Invite you to celebrate 20 years of service to women

Women’s forum celebrate Black History Month

All female service users and staff are welcome to celebrate Black History month with us on Monday 19 October 2015, between 1.00-3.30pm at Drayton Park.

Annual Members Meeting 2015

Thank you to everyone who attended our recovery showcase and Annual Members Meeting this year on 8 October at the Emirates Stadium.

White Ribbon Day 2015: Harmful Practices

Join us at our second annual event to mark International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women and Girls on Monday 23 November 2015 at St Pancras Hospital.

Wellbeing after serving in the Armed Forces

Come and find out what challenges veterans, reservists and their families face, how you can help, and why it’s always worth health professionals asking the question ‘Have you served..?’


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