Brighton & Hove Community of Practice for Team Leaders, Coordinators, and Front Line Managers

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Thursday, 22 October 2020
Online 14:00 - 16:00

Access to Mental Health support for people experiencing homelessness in B&H can be challenging in this time of reduced resources and increased demand. This Community of Practice will feature Trevor Cox from the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust who will outline the recent developments at the Mental Health Homeless Team and how to get the best from the service for the people you and your teams support.

Homeless Link would like to invite you to the next Brighton & Hove Community of Practice for Team Leaders, Coordinators, and Front Line Managers in Homelessness Services across the city.

Communities of Practice are designed to bring together people working in homelessness and related fields within local areas. The aim is to create a safe and informal space in which attendees can share knowledge and good practice, discuss local issues and explore how best to collaboratively overcome them.

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 ‘What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversation.’ Glenn Close

This event will focus on access to mental health with specialist input from Trevor Cox for the Sussex Partnership Trust - Mental Health Homeless Team. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and engage in a solution-focussed discussion on what resources we have and what we might need as a city.

We facilitate events using a Solution Focused Practice approach so that problems are acknowledged but not dwelt on; instead, we look at building on existing resources and skills to work towards a shared, preferred future – as well as expanding knowledge where required.

As this is an online event, the format will vary however, we will endeavour to leave you feeling positive, hopeful and better connected to the bigger picture.

If you have any queries please contact Greg at greg.headley@homelesslink.org.uk or call 07956396193