Elevating Communities through Meaningful Initiatives
If you or someone you know is in crisis or facing difficult circumstances, this page is here to help you discover programs that can provide the most suitable support and resources to address your needs.
Discover how our collaborative solutions and support are making a positive impact on physical health, mental health, advice & advocacy, and children & young people in our community.
Black African, Caribbean, and South Asian communities face a high risk of Type-2 diabetes due to structural and cultural factors. Local networks provide 10-week online courses for prevention and management with motivational rewards.
Weight Management Programme
The Women's Weight Management Programme is a culturally adapted course for the Black Minority Ethnic (BME) population, addressing obesity with cultural sensitivity and achieving significant results in weight reduction and well-being.
Expert Patient Programme
We support local networks in offering self-management courses for various conditions, enabling patients to become trainers and help their community.
Healing our Broken Village (HOBV)
Annual conference advocates equity in mental health, emphasizing action and accountability, building on EMHIP progress.
The Lived Experience Assessment Panel (LEAP)
The LEAP (Lived Experience Assessment Panel) project engages individuals with Lived Experience in Mental Health to bridge the gap between those who've faced mental health challenges and traditional service providers, aiming to improve the mental health care system.
Home Placement Project
The CEN Home Placement Project places individuals at risk of being sectioned under the Mental Health Act with compassionate host families from the Black African and Caribbean community for up to two weeks, providing a welcoming environment with clinical support.
We've hosted three Help Through Hardship Crisis Conferences in collaboration with Citizens Advice Wandsworth, addressing challenges in obtaining quality advice during difficult times and the increasing demand for essential provisions.
From the BME (Black Minority Ethnic) mental health forum to our family therapy networks, we thrive in collective discussions on inequalities, creating space for open sharing and gathering diverse voices to discuss needs and progress.
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