10 May 2021




10:00 - 11:30

Discover new approaches to work with your communities and residents more effectively.

In this session, organisations will share more about some of their initiatives to better support the mental health of communities they work with, particularly through the very difficult past year, when housing providers have become more proactive.

What will you learn?

In late 2020, the Shine a Light campaign released a new report; supporting people with mental health problems. Looking at different approaches to help organisations raise their game when working with people who may have mental health problems.

This is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about key initiatives and ways you can effectively work with stakeholders, tenants and communities in your area to better support their mental health.

Who should get involved?

  • Everyone

Your speakers

  • Aileen Evans, CIH president and chief executive of Grand Union Housing
  • Jacqui Gilmore, Head of housing and communities, Newington Housing Association
  • Victoria Dingle, Social housing tenant

Your chair

  • Tara Devine, Regional manager, Chartered Institute of Housing
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