The education for the public benefit among mental health practitioners and women of African/Caribbean descent who have an interest in mental health, by:
a) the provision of training, workshops, events and resources designed to aid understanding of how mental health manifests in women of African/Caribbean descent and their experience of accessing mental healthcare services and to support the delivery of appropriate mental healthcare services for them;
b) the provision of bursaries and awards to support women of African/Caribbean descent who are studying for professional qualifications to enable them to become mental health practitioners.
Preserve and protect
The mental and emotional health of women of African/Caribbean descent by providing mental health resources, including, where appropriate, access to professional counselling.
By 2025, we want to:
Help over 500 women of African and Caribbean descent directly through our services
Help over 1000 women of African and Caribbean descent indirectly through our services
Sponsor 20 women of African or Caribbean descent to attend private counselling or therapy
Award 16 bursaries to women of African or Caribbean descent studying to become mental health practitioners
Held 15 school career and education talks
Held at least two support and networking lunches for over 50 women of African or Caribbean descent
Held at least four Knowledge Exchange Workshops for community groups, churches, universities, and mental health professionals