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Free SODiT Workshops & Events for 2020

Free SODiT Workshops & Events for 2020

SODiT Sheffield (Survivors of Depression in Transition) are hosting a number of free workshops and events throughout 2020.

The SODiT Connecting Communities Workshop gives attendees a chance to learn about co-production and how your voice matters.

Bringing together service users and carers with service providers to improve services and quality of life for people and communities.

The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield, S1 4FW
10.30pm – 2.30pm
- 13th February 2020
- 17th March 2020
- 12th May 2020
- 11th June 2020
- 17th September 2020

To book your place and for more detailed information about the event visit the Connecting Communities Eventbrite page, or view the flyer.

SODiT will also be holding a Sheffield Co-Production Celebration as part of the nationwide ‘Co-Production Week.’ This celebration will take place between 10am – 3pm on 6th July 2020 at St Mary’s Church & Conference Centre, Bramall Lane, Sheffield, S2 4Q. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided. To book your place at this event and for more information please visit the Sheffield Co-Production Celebration Eventbrite page.



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