Meet the speaker – Steven Hill, CEO of CW Mind

Will I see you at the IFW Conference? It takes place in less than two weeks at the Windmill Village Hotel Golf Club and Spa, with the IFW social evening on Monday 20th May and the IFW Conference the following day. It’s going to be an inspiring, enlightening event full of practical tactics you can utilise as soon as you get home!

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I’m looking forward to the breakout session ‘How financial wellbeing and mental health are inextricably linked’ with Steven Hill, CEO of CW Mind. The discussion will be chaired by IFW member Emily Pool.

Your key earning points:

  • How supporting individuals with financial anxieties requires knowing when to seek guidance
  • How the current financial climate is meaning that financial anxieties are increasing
  • How we need to take a whole person approach to managing individuals complex needs

Coventry and Warwickshire Mind is one of our Conference 2024 Charities.

Steven joined the organisation in 1994. He has played an integral role developing the organisation and was appointed CEO in 2018.

Steven holds several membership roles such as National Mind’s Network Committee, Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Partnership, place-based Collaborative for Warwickshire and the Mental Health Provider Collaborative. He is a founding member of the Coventry & Warwickshire VCSE Mental Health Alliance and of the wider Coventry & Warwickshire VCSE Alliance.

Coventry and Warwickshire Mind has been developing and delivering quality services with, and for, people with mental health problems for over fifty years.

During 2022/23 the charity supported 32,275 adults, children and young people, offering NHS Talking Therapies, supported accommodation, 24-hour care facilities, crisis housing, safe havens, autism support and a range of emotional wellbeing services.

An independent charity governed by a group of local trustees, Coventry and Warwickshire Mind is affiliated to the national Mind network made up of over 105 organisations across England and Wales. Each local Mind is unique, working hard to understand the needs of their community and tailoring their services to match.

“We want to make sure that everyone with a mental health problem gets the support they need and the respect they deserve,” says Steven. “This could mean having access to information, a listening ear, or more specialist support and services to help someone to live and recover from their mental health problem.”

You can watch a short video (just over a minute) from Steven here.

Steven Hill Video

The IFW Conference is on Tuesday 21st May 2024. Book your overnight accommodation directly with the hotel. Just mention that you’re attending the IFW Conference.

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