Due to COVID-19 all of our projects are currently running at a limited capacity or altered focus. For more details of current project work please see the COVID-19 support page.
What is it?
This project concentrates on raising awareness on domestic abuse, mental health and the services that are available locally for support with these issues through educational workshops.
Who is it for?
BAMER communities across Tameside.
- Receive support in accessing specialist services for mental health and domestic abuse via educational workshops with relevant partners, attending events an campaigns and work in partnership with other relevant local organisations.
- Have a greater awareness of domestic abuse and mental health
- Help others
- Have fun
- Meet new people
- Volunteering opportunities for community champions
- Get involved in the local and national campaign to raise awareness around domestic abuse and mental health.
- Gain confidence
The project also offers educational workshops for men from BAMER communities on domestic abuse and mental health.
How can I join?
To join ring Ruhela on 07835 667 217 or 0161 368 3268 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org