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We provide a wide range of services providing advice, information and support to people with mental health problems. People can choose to use whichever of our services they need at the times they need them; whether that is for a one-off situation needing help or guidance; for longer term support, perhaps using more than one service; or returning to a service when needed for support at a particular time.


Lacking a vocalist, they were strictly an instrumental band until the addition of singer Al Jackson in ; they began playing rock and roll songs hop secured a residency at Solihull Soliyull Hall. During that time, they changed their name to the Jaguars before finally becoming the Applejacks in July ed to Decca Records late in[3] their success was largely due to the strength of their first single, "Tell Me When".

Decca wanted them to record " Chim Chim Chiree ", but the group disliked the song. Although the single had been announced and is therefore listed in most discographiesit was never released.

Although Decca continued to issue Applejacks recordings during including the first released version of Ray Davies 's " I Go to Sleep "[1] they met with little response from the public, leading to a rapid return to playing local gigs. Copies of these policies are available on request. Unfortunately, our services are restricted to those who live soluhull the borough of Solihull and are aged between 17 and 65 Mind is part of the national Time to Change campaign against discrimination and stigma Solihull Looking to host small group this afternoon believes that people who have mental health problems have the same rights as any other person; that they should not be disadvantaged or subject to prejudice and should have the right to live an ordinary life in the community with the necessary support to ensure fulfilment and independence.

As a local, user led, mental health organisation Solihull Solihupl seeks to improve the quality, quantity, and accessibility of services for people with emotional distress. Our services support these beliefs. We provide a range of services ourselves, or we can help people access services elsewhere to enable people to move towards the lives they want.

The sollihull are on dealing with stress, building resilience, improving sleep and coping with the Covid pandemic. Facemasks The government has made face coverings compulsory on all public transport and in shops. In mental health — as in other areas of life — there is a huge disparity in how black people are listened to and supported at every level.

People from black and minority ethnic BAME groups living in the UK are more likely to be diagnosed with mental health problems, be diagnosed and admitted to hospital, experience a poor outcome from treatment, disengage from mainstream mental health services, leading to social exclusion and a deterioration solihul their mental health. Under the outdated Mental Health Act, Black people are more likely to be compulsorily admitted for treatment, more likely to be on a medium or high secure ward and more likely to be subject to seclusion or restrain.

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