First Meeting of socio groups of Northern Area Health.

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One hundred women from different municipalities in the Northern area of ​​Almeria and Levante have gathered today in Huercal-Overa to participate in the First Meeting GRUSE (Groups Socioeducativos) Northern Area Health Almería. This meeting is organized by Prevention Units, Promotion and Health Surveillance and Citizen Area, with the aim of sharing experiences and publicize the work of these groups.

The meeting was held in the Auditorium of the Hospital La Inmaculada and has been closed by the territorial delegate Equality, Health and Social Policy, Alfredo Valdivia, who congratulated "both professionals working in the implementation of these socio-educational groups, and women who are participating in them ". Valdivia explains that "are GRUSE activity health promotion, character in welfare, designed to encourage active mental health of the population in general, and vulnerable groups ".

Through a socio group strategy, the GRUSE seek to develop and enhance skills and talents of those targeted to help them cope healthily difficulties of everyday life. In Andalusia, part of the strategy to promote mental health and prevent mental disorders Comprehensive Mental Health Plan of the Ministry of Equality, Health and Social Policy.

The meeting was organized at the Hospital La Inmaculada prominence has been for women who have participated in the various groups in the towns of Albox, Olula River, Macael, Fines, Vera, Mojácar, Huercal-Overa and Garrucha. Five of them have participated in a panel discussion, moderated by the social worker of the Northern Area Health, Natividad Rastrero. After a pause, have developed several concurrent workshops Laughter Therapy, Basic CPR and Makeup.

The development of socio-educational groups in the province of Almería was launched in April 2013, with a first training program aimed at professionals responsible for implementing the various groups and has taken shape in the province with the development of these groups. In the province of Almería have been trained under this program totaling 23 Social workers have become more than a dozen groups socieducativos, in which they have participated over 250 women from different municipalities.

This meeting is organized by Prevention Units, Promotion and Health Surveillance and Citizen Area, with the aim of sharing experiences and publicize the work of these groups.

The meeting was held in the Auditorium of the Hospital La Inmaculada and has been closed by the territorial delegate Equality, Health and Social Policy, Alfredo Valdivia, who congratulated "both professionals working in the implementation of these socio-educational groups, and women who are participating in them ". Valdivia explains that "are GRUSE activity health promotion, character in welfare, designed to encourage active mental health of the population in general, and vulnerable groups ".

Through a socio group strategy, the GRUSE seek to develop and enhance skills and talents of those targeted to help them cope healthily difficulties of everyday life. In Andalusia, part of the strategy to promote mental health and prevent mental disorders Comprehensive Plan for Mental Health the Department of Equality, Health and Social Policy.

The meeting was organized at the Hospital La Inmaculada prominence has been for women who have participated in the various groups in the towns of Albox, Olula River, Macael, Fines, Vera, Mojácar, Huercal-Overa and Garrucha. Five of them have participated in a panel discussion, moderated by the social worker of the Northern Area Health, Natividad Rastrero. After a pause, have developed several concurrent workshops Laughter Therapy, Basic CPR and Makeup.

The development of socio-educational groups in the province of Almería was launched in April 2013, with a first training program aimed at professionals responsible for implementing the various groups and has taken shape in the province with the development of these groups. In the province of Almería have been trained under this program totaling 23 Social workers have become more than a dozen groups socieducativos, in which they have participated over 250 women from different municipalities.