And for many of our volunteers it's a part of their recovery journey
in preparation for the launch of MindLine's new weekly trans specific emotional support and information signposting out-of-hours service.
walkers from Bristol Apprentice Association and Rolls-Royce Defence tackled the 3 highest peaks in the UK in support of Bristol Mind
The outreach advocacy drop in will be closed on 31st August
Outreach Advocacy Recruitment
We are recruiting volunteers to become advocates with the Outreach Advocacy Service working with people in the community.
Book a place on one of our introductory sessions to find out more
Wednesday 17th August from 11am – 1pm
Wednesday 7th September from 11am – 1pm
For full details please go to volunteering for outreach advocacy
Directory - Mental Health Resources
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Bristol Mind assist development of Mental Capacity Act in Japan
Bristol Mind recently received a visit from Toshihiko Mizushima who is an attorney at Law for the Japanese government. Toshihiko is spending a year in England researching the Mental Capacity Act as part of the Japanese government’s plans to create similar legislation. Toshihiko came to Bristol Mind to meet with the director and with the Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCA’s) to find out more about the operation and delivery of this element of the act. He was very impressed with the work of Bristol Mind in this field and appreciative of the complexity of the IMCA role. As part of this fact finding mission he intends to visit Bristol Mind again later this year, potentially with a delegation from the Japanese government. Tom Hore, director, said “ I’m very proud that the reputation of our IMCA service led the Mental Health Foundation to recommend Toshihiko to visit us, and that in some small way our experiences and knowledge may help shape part of the mental capacity legislation in Japan”