Mary Seacole House has been providing mental health services for people primarily from black and racial minorities for over a decade.
Did you know that black people are three times more likely to be admitted into psychiatric hospitals than white people?
Did you know that it is now compulsory for all staff that work in mental health care to be competent on issues involving cultural sensitivity?
We can offer you a comprehensive training package that will cover areas addressing:
Race and Mental Health
Anti Oppressive Practices and Mental Health
Courses can be tailored to meet individual needs. For more information please contact:
Mary Seacole House
91 Upper Parliament Street
Liverpool L8 7LB
t: 0151 707 0319
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