Black History Month 2020

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For Black History Month 2020, the Mental Health Network is highlighting organisations that support the mental health of the black population. 

Browse below some of the fantastic organisations making a difference to their local communities and the lives of black people across the country. 

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Inside Out UK

A spotlight on Inside Out UK

Black People Talk logo

Black People Talk

A spotlight on Black People Talk

Black Thrive logo

Black Thrive

A spotlight on Black Thrive

BLAM UK logo

BLAM UK

A spotlight on BLAM UK

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Celutions

A spotlight on Celutions

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Key Changes

A spotlight on Key Changes

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