Stories From The City – CASS Network Event 2021
Join us this year for a series of online and in-person events, hearing wellbeing stories from mental health services and communities around Bristol, and talking to you about what’s next in the story.
In person - Catch Up Sessions and Story Sessions
Join your local Networker in a community venue for a chance to catch up, hear stories of the great work that’s been done in Bristol, take part in wellbeing activities, and get up-to-date information about help and support available to you, your group members and community.
Monday 5th July: Share Stories - North Bristol Catch Up, 11 to 1.00, Greenway Centre
Tuesday 6th July: Share Stories - Inner & East Catch Up, 9.30 to 11, St Werbugh's Community Centre
Wednesday July 7th: Share Stories - South Bristol Catch Up, 10.30 to 2.30, Redcatch Community Garden
Thursday July 22nd: Share Stories - Inner & East Catch Up, 10.00 to 12.00, Redcliffe Pop-Up, near the Tenants’ Resource Centre, The Parade
Wednesday 28th July: Share Stories - Inner & East Catch Up, 12.00 to 2.00, St Stephen’s Church (near St Augustine’s Parade)
Thursday July 8th: What’s Next in the Story: Mental Health Services in Bristol, 1.00 to 2.30
Join representatives from local services to find out about the work they do, how their provision has changed since the pandemic, and how they will be working in the future. Participants will have the chance to identify the key questions they have about mental health services and ask representatives directly.
We’ll be joined by Bristol Mind, Changes Bristol, Mothers for Mothers, Bristol Disability Equality Forum and Creative Shift.
Book your place here.
Unfortunately our Zoom session on Monday July 5th: What’s Next in the Story: Community Mental Health Awareness, has been postponed. We are hoping to run this session in September, so stay tuned for more updates or email us at email@example.com if you'd like us to send you dates and times when we have them.
Bring your insights about what can be done in the future to improve awareness of mental health and reduce stigma in your community. What’s great about the work being done, what could there be more of, and what’s not working? This session will offer a chance for communities to reflect on barriers to services, stigma around mental health and gaps in provision in light of the changes over the last year, and will be fed back to local decision makers.