A small, intimate group for refugee and asylum seeker women to socialise and share skills with local people in a relaxed, homely environment. The group will be running from mid October 2019 – email email@example.com for more information.
Resources: Black and ethnic minority
Bristol Black Carers provides culturally-appropriate support, information, and services to the Black and Ethnic Minority (BME) carers in Bristol, working with both adult and young carers.
Bristol Hate Crime Services is a group of agencies working in collaboration to provide a comprehensive service for victims of hate crime.
The collaboration is led by SARI (Stand Against Racism & Inequality), with local providers Brandon Trust, Bristol Mind, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Forum, Avon and Bristol Law Centre and Bristol Mediation.
Advice resources, outreach, cultural awareness training and directory of other services.
Directory of resources, services and drop-in and advice centres for the Gypsy, Roma, Traveller and Boatpeople communities in Bristol.
Offer a free and confidential service offering support to vulnerable youth in need. Common issues range from relationships, mental health concerns, sexual abuse and religious issues. MYH prides itself on its non-judgemental ethos, in-line with their non-judgemental ethos they treat all enquiries seriously and do not turn away any person in need, regardless of religious background.
Next Link is part of Missing Link Mental Health Services. We provide domestic abuse support services.
A BME service specialising in culturally appropriate programmes for mental health, (re)offending behaviour and problematic substance abuse, Nilaari offers therapies and programmes tailored to individuals based in inner city Bristol.
There are some great opportunities coming up within the Autumn programme, for example: The weekly coaching walk, starting Thursday 27th September at 12.30pm. This is for any woman interested in visualising goals and learning some peer coaching skills. Also starting… Read more