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New Hope Shout Out

December 2, 2016

Inside this post:

-New Hope New Year working lunch

-Training opportunities

-Opportunities to get involved

-Messages from other organisations

 

New Hope, New Year - Working Lunch

On January 13th, 12-2, we will be having a working lunch to discuss New Hope. 

This lunch will be an opportunity to discuss the future of New Hope - we will include an update on Your Care, Your Way, look at what we've been working on, and talk about how New Hope fits into the changes in the future. We hope for this to be a social event as well as the conversations we will be having.

We're open to suggestions about the venue! All are welcome to turn up to have a meeting, but please get in touch if you are planning to eat so we have a good idea of numbers.

 

Training opportunities

There is still some training coming up which is supported by the volunteer network and St Mungo's.

Diversity & Inclusion
Thurs 19th Jan, 1pm – 4.30pm
-What is diversity & Inclusion
-Diversity and the law
-Understanding discrimination
-How can we increase inclusivity

Book here
 

Sharing Your Story

Thursday 12th Jan, 2-4pm

This one-off session is for anyone who wants to share their story of strength, hope and experience, or wants to learn from the experiences of others. Whether your story is about drugs, alchohol, your experience of mental health services or homelessness on the streets, someone else can learn from the journey you've been on. 

Book here

 

Opportunities to get involved

We've got a number of opportunities that might interest you as a volunteer at the moment! Get in touch if any of the below excite you....

-Organising a gig in the Bath Museum of Architecture to raise money - this is a New Hope opportunity and will only happen with your involvement!

-Helping to plan and run the next Coffee and Chat event - who should we hear from next at these events?

-Setting up a post-christmas social for New Hope

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New Hope exists thanks to St Mungo’s ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ scheme, which provides funding and support for New Hope and its volunteers. ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ aims to empower people affected by mental health issues, so they can get involved improving services they use.

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