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Restore – FREE Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training courses offered to diverse communities

December 16, 2021

FREE Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training courses offered to diverse communities, including ethnic minorities, refugees and asylum seekers, in the coming year.

Restore is an Oxfordshire mental health charity supporting people in their recovery from mental health issues and our main site is on the Cowley road in Oxford. We believe that by using training as an indirect/impersonal way of raising the subject of mental ill-health, will create a “ripple effect” of understanding about mental health issues which will achieve our goal of having a deeper and more effective reach into diverse communities. Therefore, the Ripple Project is a free of charge training offered to ethnic minorities and refugees, with a philanthropic purpose to raise public awareness on mental health issues and shatter destigmatisation.

Attached is an invitation letter and poster with more information

Please distribute these within your community so that this free training can reach and benefit a wider population as many people as possible. If you have a Facebook page, feel free to repost our post here as well.

Under the current unstable pandemic circumstance, the mode of training (face-to-face or online) shall be reviewed two weeks before the commence of the course, please stay tuned for any updates!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on mhfa.trainers@restore.org.uk.

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