Cumasú – The Wellness Bus has its official launch in Bantry on 27 May 2013. Cumasú, through its mobile unit, aims to provide physical, mental and social well-being services for the West Cork community through initiatives rooted in recovery and social inclusion.
The project is led by the HSE South’s West Cork Mental Health Services in partnership with the National Learning Network, RehabCare, West Cork Development Partnership and service user groups. Cumasú is part of a Genio Trust funded initiative which was established to support innovative projects that positively impact on the lives of people in Ireland who are marginalised in society. A music and health programme will form part of the project.
All are welcome at the launch which will take place on Monday 27 May from 11am to 6pm at The Square, Bantry.
Programme of events
11 – 12pm Dr. Pat Bracken ‘What does Recovery Mean?’
12 – 1pm Community Trialogue
Open discussion – ‘Is Mental Health everybody’s business?’
1 – 2pm Mr. Steve Redmond, Ocean Seven Champion
‘Wellness & Motivation’
2 – 3pm ‘The Open Door’/’Clon Drums’ in conjunction with MusicAlive & Community Arts
3 – 4pm Official launch by Ms. Kathleen Lynch TD, Minister of State at the Department of Health with responsibility for Mental Health
4 – 5pm What do you want to ask about Mental Health?
Questions & Answers Session with Ms. Alison O’Connor
4 – 6pm Live Music with D.J., Face Painting, Balloon Making and Food Stalls
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