When Christina first came to Longview she brought a new lease of life to the service. Yet as time passed and her health failed, our staff team began their journey to support her last wishes. Read more
Staff and residents at Colindale, our London supported housing service, came together to throw a surprise party for Pamela Waterhouse, who this month celebrated ten years working for Richmond Fellowship.
Pam, locality administrator in London, began working for Richmond Fellowship as a recovery worker before moving into her role as an administrator. Read more
The national mental health charity, part of Recovery Focus, won in the category for more than 250 employees for their contribution to the communities they support through a commitment to training. Progress to Excellence is a specialist training provider in the health and social care sector. Read more
We have invited along local commissioners and members of the council to see first hand the services we provide to help make mental health recovery reality in the city.
A national mental health charity has teamed up with Durham County Council to expand its supported housing services in Bishop Auckland.
Richmond Fellowship, the national charity making mental health recovery reality, operates supported housing services throughout the country to help people living with mental health problems gain the skills and confidence they need to move onto independent living.
A Hartlepool based PSCO was praised this week by residents at a supported housing service for people living with mental health problems.
Staff and service users at Eamont Terrace, a service run by Richmond Fellowship the national charity making mental health recovery reality, joined together to thank PCSO Andrew Bell who has been instrumental in helping them over the last five years.
A charity mental health support service in Wakefield is celebrating ten years of making recovery reality and reducing mental health stigma with an event on Tuesday, 5 May.
Woodside supported housing, a scheme run by Richmond Fellowship, the national mental charity, has been helping people on their recovery journey for ten years.
Our team at Winston House succeeded in impressing inspectors following a recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) visit.
Winston House, a residential scheme for 25 adults in Cambridge, was awarded ‘Good’ across the board following the unannounced inspection in November. Under the new inspection regime just introduced by CQC the service was rated on whether it was safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led.
Eamont Terrace – Richmond Fellowship’s 24-hour supported housing scheme in Hartlepool – has had its contract extended for a further two years. This follows a recent service review process and QAF review, in which the service was awarded a Grade A rating.
Well done to all the staff at Eamont Terrace who have worked incredibly hard over the past eight months to raise standards and secure the longevity of the service.
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