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Jodie Cook Mental Health Policy Officer Employed by Erewash Voluntary Action for Derbyshire Mental Health Forum and Rachel Bounds, Community Engagement for the Mental Health Liaison Service Employed by Derbyshire Voluntary Action work together to represent the mental health voluntary sector at a wide range of Mental Health Meetings through Joined Up Care Derbyshire.

You may have attended either the Derbyshire Mental Health Forum Meetings or the  North Derbyshire Mental Health Network in the past. 

They want to support those smaller organisations out there who are run mainly by volunteers. Smaller groups have different issues to larger organisations, who have more resources, and they are excited to find out more about the work you are doing and how they can support you to help one another.

They would like to offer you a new meeting space to meet and share ideas. At the moment this will be using teams or zoom but we hope that when it is safe, we will be able to gather together. They want the meetings to be about you and your needs as a group, and the first meeting will be purely for networking and talking about how this group can support you. They hope this gives you the opportunity to exchange information, share good practice and skills, identify mental health pathways to support clients and potential clients, network and benefit from training opportunities.

They very much hope to see you at the first meeting on the 3 March 1.30pm – 3pm

Join Zoom Meeting: 
zoom.us/j/98617948728?pwd=SkQrV2tLS1pVYlJCRWlzZFo1Q2JrQT09
Meeting ID: 986 1794 8728 Passcode: 442541

To confirm attendance please email: natalie@erewashcvs.org.uk or bryony@dva.org.uk

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