A MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE USER NEWSLETTER FOR CAMDEN
September 2020 – We are looking for contributions towards a news bulletin. What has helped you cope during Covid? Do you have something creative that you want to share? Any useful tips or recommendations? Please send them c/o firstname.lastname@example.org with NEWSLETTER in the title. If you wish to receive a copy of the newsletter when it is out please email email@example.com and do let us know if you are a Camden resident.
Click on the links below to read some past editions of the newsletters edited and written by services users:
Issue 9 – Summer/Autumn 2018: This contains articles about forgiveness, the closure of Daleham Gardens day unit, transcranial magnetic stimulation, the future of Service User Involvement in Camden and a memorial to former Peer Mentor Sian Witheridge and much more. You can read it here:
Issue 8 – Winter 2017: Change of title from Getting Better to Mental Health News. This extended 24 page issue contains articles about escaping depression through swimming, scale of mental health problems, Camden Carers, Redevelopment of Camden and Islington Estate, Prison no Place for the mentally ill, Poems, Mind in Camden, Peer Coaching, Ideas of Masculinity and much more!
Issue 7 – Winter/Spring 2016: Women’s edition with interviews & articles by/with Angela Mcnab, Allegra Lynch, Frances Hasler, Marjorie Wallace, Ruth Appleton & Bala Patel. Plus an article by CBUG lead Romano Cesare, newsletter editor Christopher Mason, information about Camden carers, charities that run holidays and more!