As part of the Peterborough Exemplar, in 2021 the How Are You (H.A.Y.) team launched the CELEBRATE (Community Expertise Leading to Eradicating Barriers and Realising Access. Taking care of Everyone) project. This delivered the CELEBRATE fund, which brought £100k investment to support minority ethnic groups in Peterborough to improve access to mental health care for those experiencing severe mental illness within their communities, and five new Specialist Digital and Community Engagement roles within the H.A.Y. team.

Find out more about the CELEBRATE projects here:

Understanding Mental Health in Mirpuri language

A psycho-education campaign raising understanding and awareness of mental health challenges in Mirpuri language.

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Muslim Counselling Project

Counselling sessions with qualified Muslim counsellors, in partnership with the Lantern Initiative.

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Bollywood Dance Classes

Shimak Bollywood Dance Classes from Aakash Odedra Company in collaboration with Jumped Up Theatre.

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Latvian Community Mental Health Project

Activities to promote conversations about mental health plus counselling sessions from a Latvian counsellor.

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Chinese Community Mental Health Project

Support to key wellbeing roles within the Chinese Community in Peterborough.

High Heritage Coaching Sessions

Wellbeing coaching sessions for High Heritage, a Peterborough charity working to improve the lives of young people in the Black community.

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COMPAS Support Hub

IT to allow staff to allow visitors to COMPAS charity to access online resources to support mental wellbeing and self-referral into support.

Wellbeing Together Training

CELEBRATE has funded Wellbeing Together training for the Hampton Tiddlers group in Peterborough.

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CELEBRATE Champions Workshops

Training workshops covering how to support others completing self-referrals to IAPT (counselling / therapy) services, introductions to the Primary Care Mental Health Service and how to use www.HAYPeterborough.co.uk

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