'Reading Well for Mental Health': HeadStart supports launch of new mental health book collection through Wolverhampton Libraries

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Wolverhampton Libraries and Wolverhampton Healthy Minds are joining forces today to launch a new book collection.

The Reading Well for Mental Health collection provides helpful information and support for managing common mental health conditions or for dealing with difficult feelings and experiences.

Some books also include personal stories from people who are living with or caring for someone with mental health needs.

The collection will be hosted at Central Library, though sets of the recommended reads will also be available from Bilston, Warstones and Wednesfield libraries and can also be reserved free of charge at other libraries in Wolverhampton.
— Press Release, City Of Wolverhampton Council

HeadStart Community Development Coordinator Elaine Higgins is at the launch today, sharing information and advice from HeadStart to members of the public who are attending.

Thanks to Wolverhampton Libraries and Healthy Minds for launching this wonderful scheme!

 Reading Well For Mental Health.  Ann-Marie Deans making the most of Emotional Health books now available for young people and adults in Wolverhampton Libraries.

Reading Well For Mental Health.  Ann-Marie Deans making the most of Emotional Health books now available for young people and adults in Wolverhampton Libraries.

 Planning together for positive Mental Health. Elaine Higgins, HeadStart Community Development Co-ordinator, and Katherine Brown, WEA Adult Learning Within Reach, at Wolverhampton Central Library today - 'Reading Well For Mental Health'

Planning together for positive Mental Health. Elaine Higgins, HeadStart Community Development Co-ordinator, and Katherine Brown, WEA Adult Learning Within Reach, at Wolverhampton Central Library today - 'Reading Well For Mental Health'