£1.3m funding opportunity: women experiencing disadvantage
Mind and Agenda launch the Women’s Mental Health Peer Support Programme
Mind, the mental health charity in England and Wales, and Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk, have announced that their £1.3m women’s mental health peer support grants programme is now open to applications, with a closing date of 15 October.
The programme responds to the needs of women experiencing disadvantage, particularly those experiencing multiple disadvantage, who are frequently under-represented in services.
Covering England and Wales, the programme aims to fund:
- Organisations to facilitate peer support initiatives with women experiencing or at risk of multiple forms of disadvantage.
- Capacity building, knowledge, and networking and influencing ‘Hubs’ to support and promote delivery of women’s mental health peer support.
To find out more about the programme and how to apply, please visit mind.org.uk/womenspeersupportprogramme, where you can also sign up to face-to-face information sessions and webinars.