ROTA, together with Black, Asian and Minority, Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) community organisations in West London and HEAR Network is launching a mental health equality campaign in the run up to the local elections.
In the open letter we call on all candidates in the local elections to commit to the six action points that have been co-authored by Experts by Experience, user-led Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) and BAMER organisations, to improve the design, commissioning and delivery of mental health services for BAMER communities and, therefore, reduce mental health inequality.
Sign the letter HERE.
We ask you to support our campaign by:
- Sharing the open letter with your network
- Signing up to the open letter electronically
- Emailing or mailing the open letter to local candidates in your borough
- Using Social Media to hold local parties, local candidates, local authorities, CCG’s and other mental health stakeholders to account, using the following hash tags: #MHEquality #MentalHealth4All #HardlyHardToReach
ROTA will keep you up to date on the outcome of the campaign.
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