The same rights,
The same rights, different needs
The same rights,
Our founders Emeritus Professor Ntombenhle Protasia Khoti Torkington & Yvonne Asije-Rooney
(Yvonne passed away peacefully at home on Sunday 16th January 2022).
Granby Community Mental Health Group – Mary Seacole House
Granby Community Mental Health Group
– Mary Seacole House
Mary Seacole House is a mental health charity and resource service set up to offer support and advice in emotional and practical matters, primarily for BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic and Refugee) communities, however we work with all communities across Merseyside.
Mary Seacole House is a place where people with diverse social and cultural backgrounds can come together in a non-oppressive environment. Staff will offer support, advice and guidance in both practical and emotional matters.
The organisation endeavours to address the needs of culturally diverse communities within Merseyside providing a community based service, which supports BAMER people and enables people from culturally diverse communities to challenge inappropriate practices and treatment within the mental health system.
Day Services within Mary Seacole House offer wide and varied support programs which aim to develop the confidence of BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic and Refugees) and diverse communities experiencing mental health issues.
Support can be delivered on a one to one basis or within group work. Within the group sessions we offer activity based learning and development as well as leisure and relaxation sessions.
BAMER Family Service
The BAMER Family Service is a support service that provides emotional and practical assistance to local BAMER families who are experiencing mental health problems. The service provides a complementary mix of emotional and practical support.
The Advocacy Service endeavours to address the needs of our culturally diverse communities within the Liverpool area, along with providing community based services which supports and encourages people from BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic and Refugees) communities to challenge inappropriate practices and treatment within the mental health system.
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