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We work with African and Caribbean men and women in Birmingham with lived experience of mental health to build on existing skills and develop new ones
The peer mentoring relationships involve mentors and mentees working together to identify and undertake activities that help to build confidence and wellbeing.
The sessions are intended to bring all participants together. They help develop and strengthen the network, and provide a space for sharing and support.
The activity and support helps participants explore aspirations and identify study, volunteering or employment routes and related opportunities to pursue.
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MASH is a small but effective provision, breaking isolation and giving practical support.
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MASH was initially developed as a part of the Time to Change 300 Voices Project to support young African and Caribbean men with lived experience of mental health problems in Birmingham.
c/o Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust
B1, 50 Summer Hill Road
Birmingham, B1 3RB
T: 0844 884 3133
The Mentoring & Advocacy Support Hub (MASH) is an
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