MHELO

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    Self-care toolkit- FREE RESOURCE

    This is a FREE resource created by MHELO. MHELO is an independent network of people in Gloucestershire who have had or are experiencing mental ill health or for those interested in mental health and mental health support within the county. It is a project within Inclusion Gloucestershire. We know the benefits of self care, and […]

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    MHELO 5 months ago
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    MHELO

    MHELO is an independent network of people in Gloucestershire who have had or are experiencing mental health difficulties. Or for those who are interested in mental health and mental health support within the county. This network exists because, however good services and doctors might be, they are not experts by experience- what people with experience […]

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    MHELO 5 months ago
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MHELO is an independent network amongst people in Gloucestershire of those living with mental ill health. Your experience and views are what empowers the VOICE of the present and the future of working with Mental Health in Gloucestershire.

MHELO seeks to be the VOICE of people with lived experience of mental ill health in Gloucestershire to support change and growth within the county. The joining together people within this network can also provide links to support through other agencies and foster the growth of peer support between members.

Contact info

  • 01452 234003
  • mhelo@inclusion-glos.org
  • Jo Williamson

2 St Michaels Court, St Michaels Square, Brunswick Road
Gloucester
GL1 1JB

Inclusion statement

MHELO is part of Inclusion Gloucestershire –
Inclusion Gloucestershire believes everyone has gifts, ambitions, aspirations and strengths.
But sometimes they experience barriers, setbacks and challenges which make it harder for them to reach their potential.
We want to change that, through working with disabled people and building on their strengths. Our focus is championing people of all ages, whatever their disability, including people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory impairment and mental ill health.
We are a registered charity and user-led organisation, run by people with disabilities for people with disabilities.

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