Key Changes Veterans Music Club is a programme of recovery-focused music activities for former members of the Armed Forces who are experiencing mental health problems. The programme provides tailored one-to-one songwriting, production and recording…Read more
Our in reach service at Chase Farm Hospital in North London is the subject of an article in the Royal College of Psychiatrists Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services’ newsletter.
Entitled “Hip Hop Hospital”…Read more
Key Changes are collaborating with researchers from UCL and KCL to run ‘Mics and Minds’ an exciting research and music project.
We know from experience how much…Read more
The welcome return of our friendly, inclusive open mic night at St Lukes Community Centre in the heart of London’s Clerkenwell district. Musicians, singers, MC’s, comedians…Read more
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Key Changes Health & Social is a monthly drop-in session that addresses physical health inequalities amongst young adult and mid-life men from black and minority ethnic communities who are using mental health services in…Read more
World Mental Health Day Celebration: More Than Music. To celebrate this year’s World Mental Health Day we threw a festival for the community to promote wellbeing through music, art, sport, food and, er,…Read more
#livinglyrics is an exciting programme of music activities for young people experiencing mental health problems.
If you’re a singer, songwriter, rapper, musician or producer, aged 25 or under, and affected by an issue such as:…Read more
We’re thrilled to have been commissioned by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust to provide an exciting new pop-up studio project for the Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service at Brixton’s Lambeth Hospital.