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Our reaction to Care Quality Commission report into mental health crisis care

The Care Quality Commission’s newly published report Right Here, Right Now has found that people who are having a mental health crisis are not always receiving care and support when and where they need it.

It has raised concerns that public services are not working together effectively enough to ensure people get access to the help they need round the clock. At Richmond Fellowship we think the voluntary sector could make a significant contribution and are keen to work more in partnership with local agencies to provide the right support to people at the right time. Read more

Richmond Fellowship’s Winston House scores good for CQC

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.

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