Community Mental Health Resilience through Football - Project report published

The evaluation report of the pilot North East Community Mental Health Resilience through Football project has been published. The project aims to:

  • engage men about their mental health through football sporting activity and popular culture
  • raise awareness of the importance of good mental health amongst men, their families and communities
  • facilitate greater self-awareness of one's own mental health and emotional resilience
  • enable men to be able to recognise emotional distress in others, eg. their friends and families
  • promote the social acceptability of talking about emotional problems
  • change/challenge male attitudes towards personal mental health
  • promote the social acceptability of help seeking and awareness of local services

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Launch of Finchale Joint Transition Support Service Evaluation Study

NEMHDU's research study into Finchale College's two-year project supporting wounded, injured and sick ex-Service personnel and their families. Launched today (5th July) at Finchale the report provides evidence of the Joint Transition Support Service for supporting a positive transition into civilian life.

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