Richmond Fellowship News
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World Mental Health Day (10 October) is the international day for global mental health awareness, education, and advocacy against social stigma. This year’s theme is “Mental Health for All”, and we are sharing stories of people that we support that show how important that is. Kelechi Chioba, a person supported by Richmond Fellowship, tells us […]
Right now, we are looking for someone like you to join our team in Northampton where we support people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health problems. Are you caring and compassionate? Looking for a role where you can make a real difference to people’s lives every day? Welcome to Richmond Fellowship as a Recovery […]
This World Suicide Prevention Day we hear from a member of our Life Links staff about their recovery journey, the support they got to overcome suicidal thoughts and their work now to support others. My experience with mental health started long before I was a volunteer at Life Links. As a child, I grew up […]
Since lockdown has started to ease, Jo Schofield, our Head of Operations in the North, has taken the opportunity to visit several services and see for herself how staff and people we support have been getting on. In this blog, she tells us more about these visits and what they tell us about our staff’s […]
We are excited to announce that our partners at Big White Wall are re-naming. The service, which is available for free to all of our staff, people we support and volunteers provides a safe online community to support your mental health, 24/7. Big White Wall has undergone significant transformation in past few years, and they […]
“No Pride for some of us without liberation for all of us” – Micah Bazant Katie Howlen, HR Shared Services Coordinator in People & Organisation Development, gives a short history on the background of Pride month and why it is still important today. June marks Pride Month, usually, a cause for celebration but circumstances feel […]