THE RIBBON is set to be cut at the renovated Maple Leaf Centre for mental health services in Marston Green.
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (BSMHFT) is hosting an afternoon of food, entertainment and wellbeing activities for all on November 9.
From 10am until 2pm there will also be the chance to meet the teams who are part of their redesigned integrated community mental health services at the Maple Leaf Drive site.
Councillor Flo Nash, the Deputy Mayor of Solihull, will also officially open the former John Black Centre which has been redesigned for those who use BSMHFT’s Solihull services.
Elaine Murray, interim associate director for integrated community care and recovery, said: “We are very excited to launch the Maple Leaf Centre and we are delighted that the Deputy Mayor will be officially opening our building.
“Maple Leaf brings together our Solihull teams under one roof and means that we can work more closely together to support our service users and carers.
“We hope our launch event will help us engage with the local community and help us to break down the stigma that still exists around mental health.”