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Our commitment to your information

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 […]

Annual review focuses on our recovery successes

Our annual review for 2015 is out now and focuses on the innovative services we provide. The publication, which also summarises our annual accounts, reflects on our new, national group of charities, Recovery Focus which Richmond Fellowship is a founding member of, and our ambition to become national experts in mental health and substance use […]

Blue Monday trivialises depression

National mental health charity Richmond Fellowship has hit out against ‘Blue Monday’ for trivialising depression and other mental health problems. Blue Monday – the third Monday in January – has become known as the most depressing day of the year in mainstream media with the day being attributed to returning to work after the Christmas […]

Durham service scoops health award

Our services in Durham have been recognised by the North East Better Health at Work Award scheme following a number of health campaigns. The Durham services were successful in securing the Bronze award after a year of promoting healthy living with information and courses on alcohol as well as managing mental health at work. 

Richmond Fellowship launches its ENRICH awards 2016

Each year Richmond Fellowship runs its ENRICH achievement awards scheme to recognise the successes our teams have had over the past year. ENRICH stands for Enabling, Networking, Respect, Inclusion, Community and Hope – our values and key areas we want to celebrate. It’s been another really busy year and our teams have achieved some great things across the […]

Bike scheme supports people with mental health problems in Derby

A mental health recovery house in Derby has teamed up with two local bike companies to set up a free cycle scheme to promote healthy living. Residents at Trevayler, a medium term recovery service run by Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, the national group of mental health and substance misuse charities, have swapped four […]

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