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Access and experiences of mental health crisis care services in Leeds by black and minority ethnic communities

via John Halshall at Touchstone

Here a short report about the learning and information-sharing event on 11th December about access and experiences of mental health crisis care services in Leeds by black and minority ethnic communities.

The event report summarises what participants recorded during the event, arranged by theme:

  • What is working well (pages 2 to 8)
  • Developments they plan to take forward (pages 2 to 8)
  • Agencies and individuals who wish to continue to be involved in developing and delivering an action plan (page 9).

The full report of the joint study by LYPFT and Touchstone can be downloaded from the Touchstone website here:  

Access and Experience of Mental Health Crisis Care Services in Leeds by Black and Minority Ethnic Communities


Invitation

As a result of the event, a follow-up meeting will be held to develop and refine (then deliver) a staged action plan, initially focusing on improving access to secondary mental health crisis services in Leeds for black and minority ethnic communities.

  • Your input, expertise and involvement in this work would be very much welcomed.
  • Therefore, if you would like to participate in this meeting or remain informed about this work, please contact Caroline Bamford on 0113 855 9915 or email caroline.bamford@nhs.net.
  • The meeting will be held on Thursday 1st March from 1pm to 3pm at the Bridge Community Church, Rider Street, Leeds LS9 7BQ. This work will align with citywide actions.
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