A stand organised by the Sudbury VASP will be providing information on mental health wellbeing at Sudbury Library this week as well as a market stall on Thursday to promote World Mental Health Day.
The Sudbury Voluntary and Statutory Partnership (VASP) stand on mental health will be in Sudbury Library this week promoting wellbeing in the community. The stand offers a selection of leaflets from across the partnership on how to improve wellbeing as well as promoting awareness of Mental Health.
As well as a stand in the Library, the VASP will be hosting a market stall on the 13th of October in Sudbury Town centre from 10am-2pm with free advice from the VASP’s experienced partners.
The Sudbury VASP is an informal partnership dedicated to improving mental health services and awareness.
Cllr Jan Osborne, Portfolio holder for Community Capacity Building and Engagement commented “The Sudbury VASP provides a vital contribution to the local communities by trying to improve mental health wellbeing and to dispel the stigma surrounding it. As a partner in the Sudbury VASP, we at Babergh District Council are proud to support awareness on mental health and to provide continued support for Health and Wellbeing in our Communities.”