Entries by RF admin

Humankind and Richmond Fellowship to merge

Humankind and Richmond Fellowship to merge to better support people facing multiple disadvantage Richmond Fellowship and Humankind have announced that they are merging to form a single charity to better support even more people facing multiple disadvantage. This exciting development builds on the rich heritage of two charities that share values, ambitions and decades of experience supporting people with substance use, […]

16 Days of Action against Domestic Abuse

16 Days of Action against Domestic Abuse 25 November marks the beginning of 16 Days of Action, an important campaign that raises awareness and calls for change to end domestic abuse. It begins on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, an awareness day aiming to make women and girls safe from abuse and ends on International Human Rights Day. […]

Cambridgeshire Employment Services update

Changes to our Cambridgeshire Employment Services The Richmond Fellowship Cambridgeshire Access To Work Service will be closing on the 30 November 2022. However, we continue to provide our Retain Regain and Autism Asperger’s Employment Services across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, and Bedfordshire. Our specialist employment services provide one to one support for people who are: In work, experiencing […]

Gender Pay Gap Reporting 2018

As Richmond Fellowship has over 250 employees we are required by Government Regulations to publish details of our gender pay gap as at 5 April 2017, specifically the difference in average female earnings compared to average male earnings. The data for Richmond Fellowship is as follows: Gender Pay Gap The difference between the full time […]

Good employment is good for mental health

Blog post by Steve Smith-Trask, Managing Director, Richmond Fellowship (South) Everyone likes to complain about work – yet employment is proven to give us many personal benefits beyond a salary. From a social network to social status, developing self-esteem to developing new skills, employment is good for us. Being out of work can increase the […]

Isle of Wight Opens New Mental Health Community Safe Haven

  The first Isle of Wight Community Safe Haven service has been launched in Newport.  The service, which will initially run as a one-year pilot, has been developed in response to community feedback as part of the work to look at redesigning health and care services last year under the My Life a Full Life […]

Volunteers win award for supporting prison leavers

Volunteers in North Tyneside have received an award for their work supporting people leaving the criminal justice system. The volunteers from national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship received a Bronze Commendation at the North Tyneside Council’s Chairman’s Commendation Scheme awards for their work to help reintegrate people into society and reduce re-offending levels.

Richmond Fellowship teams up with leading learning disabilities charity to promote inclusivity

Richmond Fellowship has teamed up with CHANGE, a leading learning disabilities charity, to take part in Don’t Shut Me Out! a three-year Comic Relief funded project which aims to improve inclusivity and accessibility to mental health services for people with learning disabilities. Today, Thursday 6th July 2017, as part of its ongoing partnership work with […]

Richmond Fellowship is Sudbury Charity of the Year

Richmond Fellowship, the national mental health charity making recovery reality, has been selected as charity of the year by the newly elected Mayor of Sudbury, Councillor Sarah Page. Various fundraising events will be taking place in Sudbury, Suffolk over the next 12 months including a curry night, coffee morning and photography competition in partnership with […]

Hide This Page