Healthwatch Kingston has handed over the Time to Change Kingston coordination role to one of our Time to Change Kingston Partners, Mind in Kingston.
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Time to Change Kingston was the second hub in London to be awarded funding from national Time to Change in 2019, hosted by the Royal Borough of Kingston Council and coordinated by Healthwatch Kingston.
Time to Change Kingston aims to:
- Combine insight from the national campaign with local knowledge
- Proactively campaign to reduce people's negative attitudes and behaviours
- Put people with lived experience at the heart of our work
- Embed anti-stigma work locally in schools, workplaces and the community
- Engage people of all ages and backgrounds in creating a mental health friendly Kingston.
The Hub was coordinated by Healthwatch Kingston until end March 2021. Healthwatch Kingston is then handing over the Time to Change Kingston coordination role to another TTC Kingston partner, Mind in Kingston from April 2021 onwards. The Hub is hosted by the Royal Borough of Kingston and supported by a network of partners including: Achieving for Children, Balance CIC, Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust, Citizens Advice Kingston, Fast Minds, Fircroft Trust, Hestia Housing & Support, Homestart Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow, Kaleidoscope Kingston Recovery Hub, Kingston & Richmond CCG, Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness, Kingston First, Kingston Hospital, Kingston Voluntary Action, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, Staywell Kingston, YMCA London South West: YMCA Release and Your Healthcare, Kingston WelCare, Kingston Mental Health Carers Forum.