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Ujima joins the Time to Change Campaign

Did you know 1 in 4 people experience a mental health issue in any given year? Anxiety. Stress. Eating Disorders. Self-harm. Schizophrenia, Paranoia and Bi-polar these are just some of the symptoms of mental health causes. But how do we tackle it? What do we need to change attitudes towards and are there any remedies for good mental health?
Tune in for two special programmes on Ujima with The G-Man and the Old Skool Cruising Show team with special guests and classic tracks on Monday 15th February at 4-6pm to look at positive mental health. Plus a special Bristol’s Big Conversation investigating the issue on Thursday 18th February 11-12pm with representatives from Nilaari, Rethink and St Mungo’s presented by Roger Griffith.
Mental health prog 1 - UWE team
Look out for a range of events happening across Bristol in February and March including the Emotional Wellbeing event on 24th February at Rose Green, Whitehall, and Bristol aimed at local Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. The ‘It’s Time to Talk’ campaign is about challenging mental health stigma in our local communities. Help the Bristol Manifesto for Race Equality Group shape their work on mental health which will include workshops, presentations, stalls and lunch.
 Time to Change let’s get Bristol along with the nation talking about mental health in our communities.
For more information www.wellspringhlc.org/cass or #Brizzle Buzz”.
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