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What's happening in Bristol on Mental Health Awareness Week?

May 10, 2017

Mental Health Awareness Week will be taking place the week beginning 8th May 2017. Bristol’s theme is 5 Days of…

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The power of sport for body and mind – Mental Health Awareness Week

May 9, 2017

CASS Networker Letty speaks to people in North Bristol who have used sport to improve both their physical and mental…

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February 2nd 2017 is Time to Talk Day. How will you start your conversation?

January 27, 2017

We all have mental health in the same way as we all have physical health and we all have good…

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Apply today for our Emotional Wellbeing Fund

January 26, 2017

One in ten children aged between 5 and 16 years has a mental health problem. Let’s work together to help…

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CASS fund helps United Communities run mental health activity for kids

January 20, 2017

The Emotional Wellbeing Fund has now been distributed to several groups in Bristol and we’ve been happy to hear of…

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How do you make time for yourself?

December 22, 2016

You might have seen some of Letty’s community profiles on Facebook recently. We all have mental health (just the same as…

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Looking after yourself at Christmas

December 13, 2016

Christmas isn’t always an easy time and the added pressures of the festive season can cause negative effects on our…

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Opportunity: CASS Networker (Bristol South)

December 8, 2016

Want to join the team? We have a vacancy for a part-time Networker to cover the south of Bristol. Visit…

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Opportunity: Freelance database developer

November 30, 2016

Could you help our work by designing us a database? CASS currently needs a new database to help staff manage…

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How can we help children talk about mental health?

November 18, 2016

One in 10 children live with a mental health problem. But there doesn’t need to be a problem to talk about…

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