CASS has three Networkers who meet with groups across the city to start conversations about mental health and gather feedback. For information about who manages CASS, visit our CASS Management Board and Steering Group pages.
In order to arrange a meeting with one of our Networkers, click on the appropriate team member or use our Contact page.
CASS Networker for North Bristol
David is based at Southmead Development Trust and has previously worked around adult and young people's mental health, along with drug and alcohol work and nutritional therapy. He has worked in North Bristol for around six years and will be working with groups based in this area. You can contact David on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07400 118625.
CASS Networker for Inner City and East
Amran is based at Wellspring Healthy Living Centre and works mostly with groups in the Central and East areas of the city, and with organisations who work with BAME people. Contact her on 07400 128052 or email@example.com. You can follow Amran on Twitter at @AmranAh14346269 or Facebook at @AmranCASS
CASS Networker for South Bristol
Dan is covering for Natalie's while she is on maternity leave, and will also be based at Knowle West Health Park. Dan has several years' experience working with older people in South Bristol in a Community Development role, and will be taking over Natalie's specialisms by working with older people's groups and faith groups. Get in touch with Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07400 122759. Follow him on Twitter at @CASS_SBristol or on Facebook at @CASSSBristol
Natalie is currently on maternity leave and hopes to rejoin the CASS team in September 2020.
She is based at Knowle West Healthy Living Centre, and focuses on working with communities in the South Bristol area. She has a MA in Ethnomusicology, and has previous experience working with faith communities worldwide.
Monira is the CASS Manager and is based at Wellspring Healthy Living Centre. Having lived and worked in Bristol for most of her life, Monira has a background in equalities and community engagement work. She previously worked as a senior service manager in local government, tackling issues of inequality and deprivation, as well as being Chair of Bristol Race Forum and Aashyana Housing Association. More recently, Monira has been involved with developing the Manifesto for Race Equality in Bristol. For more information, see Monira's LinkedIn page. Contact Monira on 0117 304 1409, 07492 870557 or email@example.com.