Date

13 May 2021

Location

Virtual

Time

13:00 - 15:00

Join us to find out what more we can all be doing to support good mental health

This Mental Health Awareness Week, join CIH president Aileen Evans and your fellow housing professionals to discover what more we can all be doing to support the mental health of our colleagues, our friends and our communities.

Why attend?

Many of us have struggled with our mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been a difficult time, and for some it’s been one of the biggest challenges they’ve faced.

This event will bring into focus some of the best practice from across the housing sector when it comes to supporting mental health.

We’ll be joined by other organisations to explore their approach to good mental health and we’ll take a deep dive into Wellbeing at Work in Housing, the latest shine a light report that outlines some key things we can all do to better support each other’s mental health.  

 

Your speakers

  • Aileen Evans, CIH president and CEO of Grand Union Housing
  • Jo Richardson, CIH vice president and professor of housing and social research at De Montfort University
  • Fran Stulberg and Michael Gill from Riverside
  • Ruth Davies, Supported housing manager, Pobl Homes & Communities

Chair

  • Laura Fordyce, Interim head of membership, Chartered Institute of Housing

What you will learn?

  • Discover more about shine a light and the research and reports released during the campaign.
  • Explore good practice in mental health from across the housing sector
  • Get-together with your fellow housing professionals to discuss different approaches to mental health support

 

Who should get involved?

Regardless of your role or your grade, this event is open to all and everyone is welcome.

Package Member Non-Member
Standard rate Free N/A

You can view the event terms and conditions herePlease note that bookings will close the day before the event.

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  • Membership grants you access to a huge range of knowledge resources ranging from reports, to webinars, debates and events
  • You become part of the thousands of other recognised housing professionals worldwide
  • We have the biggest community of housing network which brings unparalleled exposure
  • Gain recognition across the sector for your commitment to professionalism

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