An insight into the emotional health and wellbeing of young people from minority ethnic communities in Dudley

On behalf of The Dudley Children and Young People Alliance Board

We would like to invite you to a Drama Performance and Discussion Workshop

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Himley Hall, Swimming Pool Room

An insight into the emotional health and wellbeing of young people from minority ethnic communities in Dudley

Thanks for Asking is a collection of monologues developed by Women & Theatre, through a research process involving individual interviews, group sessions and participatory workshops. The pieces capture different people’s experiences and perceptions of issues affecting Young People’s wellbeing in the borough of Dudley, their access to services and their views on the cultural competency of them, as well as effective tips and strategies for maintaining positive mental health and celebrating the impact of good practice.

Public Health commissioned this research, to gain a better understanding of the potential determinants of ethnic inequalities in mental health and wellbeing for children and young people; this will support the work of the Children and Young People’s Alliance and partners in developing the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Transformation plan.

We are holding 2 dissemination workshops to share the findings from this research with cross-sector organisations, services and relevant groups. If you are interested and would like to attend please see details below. Places are limited so it will be first come, first served.

MANY THANKS

Amarjot Birdi & Jill Edwards, Programme Managers

Public Health, Dudley Council

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To book your FREE place or for further information, please contact:

 

Karen McCrone on              Tel: 01384 814430              Email: karen.mccrone@dudley.gov.uk

Kathy DeCicco on                 Tel: 01384 816284              Email: Kathy.decicco@dudley.gov.uk

 

Date:                      Wednesday 7th December 2016 (please choose one session)

  • Morning Session                 30 am – 12.00 pm or
  • Afternoon Session                 30 pm – 4.00 pm

 

Venue:                   Himley Hall, Himley, Dudley, DY3 4DF

 

Please note:  Car parking passes will be issued but we are requested to use the main car park only and not Himley Hall forecourt as this is reserved for other groups on that day.

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