The Mayor of Blackpool praised the efforts of a charity community café in tackling mental health stigma during its one year celebrations. Cllr. Kath Rowson, Mayor of Blackpool, joined representatives from Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Blackpool College and national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship to celebrate the one year anniversary of Sparky’s Café at […]
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A national mental health charity is hosting an open day to celebrate the success of its employment services as they move into a new venue. Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, operates an employment service in Peterborough which is hoping to increase the number of people living with mental health problems it supports through moving […]
Our new mental health support café in Guildford received a royal visit as part of HRH Princess Alexandra’s tour of Farnham Road Hospital. Staff at Sparky’s, a social enterprise café providing people recovering from mental health and substance use problems, provided refreshments to delegates as they visited the refurbished NHS mental health hospital.
A new recovery college in North East Hampshire will support people living with mental health problems to learn new skills as well as techniques to manage their mental health and wellbeing. The recovery college from Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is working alongside national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, […]
We’ve launched a new ‘one stop shop’ service to support people with mental health problems in Wiltshire. The Wiltshire Recovery and Social Inclusion Service will support people living with mental health problems to improve their wellbeing through a combination of community and specialist support. It’s being funded by Wiltshire Council and NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning […]
Our Sudbury services raised over £400 in this year’s Sudbury Fun Run, with more money expected as part of our beneficiary status in the event. Richmond Fellowship provides both supported housing and community services in the area and funds raised from the run will help support the people accessing services in the area.
Mental health in the 21st century was the theme of discussion at a national conference yesterday held at the University of Manchester. The event, hosted by Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, examined the opportunities and challenges that digital technology brings to mental health and recovery.
Today, Richmond Fellowship, national mental health charity, announced the winners of its ENRICH staff achievement awards 2016. The annual awards scheme recognises teams that have demonstrated excellence across six categories, representing the organisation’s values: Enabling, Networking Respect, Inclusion, Community and Hope. Watch the announcement video here
Our Bristol based employment service has gone above and beyond in supporting people with mental health problems to stay in work as well as supporting job seekers. The Bristol Mental Health Employment Service (BMHES) provides employment services to people living with mental health problems. In the last six months of 2015, the NHS commissioned service doubled […]
Information is something we handle a lot as a national mental health charity, a lot of this being personal and sensitive in relation to the people we support, our staff and the organisations we work with. We know it’s really important that this is handled carefully and held securely in our systems, which is why each year we […]