Ethnicity in Mental Health Improvement Project

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The Ethnicity in Mental Health Improvement Project (EMHIP) is a partnership with our local communities to reduce inequalities in hour Black and Asian people in south London access and experience mental health care and their health outcomes.  

EMHIP has been designed to be a practical, locality-based service improvement programme to bring about change for Black Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in mental health care. The aim of the programme is to reduce inequalities in three specific areas where BME communities fare worse: in access, experience and outcomes of mental health care. 

EMHIP is a collaborative project between our Trust, South West London ICS and networks of BME voluntary, faith and community groups, convened by the Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network (WCEN).

EMHIP Hub (New Testament Assembly)

New Testament Assembly Hub is a drop-in service for Black and Asian Community adults over the age of 18.

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EMHIP Hub (Mushkil Aasaan)

We offer safe community space with open doors, centred around care and hospitality. Community mental health workers will work with you to identify the support you need and help with your ongoing recovery.

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