Here is the April 2017 Newsletter from Edinburgh Community Voices and AdvoCard.
This month: update on the work we are doing to ensure some ongoing provision by the Outlook service… opportunities to be involved in shaping the new Social Security system in Scotland… news from Becky on an event relating to our A&E | All & Equal Peer Research project and an update on the Physical Health Survey… a lived experience role with the Edinburgh Wellbeing PSP… how to get involved with Patients Council Stories of Changing Lives project… the date for the April Mad Jam Open Mic night… and the date for the People’s Conference… and lots of information about peer support groups, meetings, events and training courses in the city.
We hope you find the Newsletter useful – please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include on a regular basis or if you would like to write something for a future edition.
Please note that the next Edinburgh Community Voices meeting will take place from 2pm – 4pm on Wednesday 5 April at AdvoCard, 332 Leith Walk, EH6 5BR.
Edinburgh Community Voices meetings are open to anyone with lived experience of mental health issues. If you have not been to and Edinburgh Community Voices meeting before and would like to come along you can call or email to ask us about what we do at the meetings.
Patricia and Becky