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Screenshot reads: Report Launch: LGBTQ+ Youth & Mental Health (From the Kite Trust), Monday 4 July, 4.00pm LGBTQ+ young people experience higher rates of mental illness and distress than their peers but are likely to be underrepresented in accessing mental health services. Researchers at The Kite Trust have spent the last year exploring the factors that help and hinder LGBTQ+ young people in accessing the mental health support they need, when they need it, and to make recommendations on how this might be improved. This event is a chance to come and hear key findings from the research.

Written by our Communications Assistant, Ed Peston.

This issue we are asking our readers to give us feedback on how to make this newsletter more accessible. We’ve added ALT text and will be making the hyperlinks more descriptive in the next issue. What else would help make this newsletter better for you?  Please send us your feedback and suggestions:

  • email: bvmh@inclusionbarnet.org.uk
  • phone: 07596 953617
  • Text: 07596 953617
  • Write: Ed Peston, c/o Independent Living Centre, c/o Barnet & Southgate College, 7 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, London NW9 4BR

Drawing from his own lived experience of mental health. Ed knows just the sort of information that is useful to include. Every week its packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more.

Highlights this week, including all FREE events, webinars, activities and seminars:

  • Webinar – mental health online
  • Wellbeing plan – contribute to discussion paper
  • Relearning healthy habits – hub connections
  • impact of racial inequalities on children and young people’s mental health
  • LGBTQ+ Youth & Mental Health
  • Gender, Suicide, and Culture
  • Young people’s LGBTQ+ online space
  • Ultra Low Emission Zone  (ULEZ) Consultation
  • Challenging stigma through research – lecture
  • Campaigning conference – Disability Rights UK
  • Pod casts, articles, and more

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Barnet Voice For Mental Health newsletter 4th July 2022 issue.

 

 

 

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