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AWARE Introduction to Mindfulness – Free Online Sessions

Introduction to Mindfulness – Free Online Sessions AWARE is delighted to offer a series of free online ‘Introduction to Mindfulness’ sessions in partnership with the Community Foundation Northern Ireland and the Bank of Ireland. We are running ten sessions a week for twelve weeks, starting on Monday, 11th May 2020. You can join as little or as many sessions as …

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African Women NI Food Family Outreach

African Women Organization NI with support of The Community Foundation is providing food support to African families that are unable to access food as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Several African food items and hot foods will be delivered. Please contact *African Women Organization NI africanwomenni@gmail.com for more details* *Text or WhatsApp 07365667789*

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BME Carers – Are You a BME Carer?

Do You Look After Someone? Are you from a Black or Minority Ethnic background? If you are we want to hear from you… Please follow the link to fill in a form (many languages provided), we may be able to link you to useful support and information. 76095 BHSCT English Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Cantonese Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Bulgaria Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Luthuanian …

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Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) 2 Day Training

The Bamford Vision for Northern Ireland puts a recovery approach at the centre of all mental health and learning disability interventions. WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) is a self directed recovery approach to monitor uncomfortable, distressing feelings and behaviours, through planned responses, reducing, modifying or eliminating them. It also includes plans for responses from others when you are unable to make …

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FREE Sexual Orientation Awareness Training

Did you know that between 6*-10% of the population are lesbian, gay or bisexual? (*UK Treasury Estimates). Did you know that people who are lesbian, gay and bisexual experience considerable sexual, physical and mental health inequalities? Did you know that the key barriers for people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual in accessing mainstream statutory and voluntary health promotion and …

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Domestic Violence – ‘Working together to support BME Families’ FREE SEMINAR

Individuals from all groups in society are subjected to Domestic Violence and Abuse, but there may be additional compounding factors for Black and Minority Ethnic families. They may find it difficult to seek help due to actual or perceived discrimination, prejudice and racial discrimination. Increased isolation, family and/or community pressure or collusion to keep the abuse a secret, cultural factors and …

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