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Positive Future for mental health in Havering

Positive Future open day

Positive Future, a community based mental health support service in Havering, enjoyed a very successful opening day as they celebrated a new approach to mental health support.

The service, operated by Richmond Fellowship the national charity making mental health recovery reality, had previously focussed solely on employment support for people who were out of work due to experiencing mental health problems.

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Positive Future ahead for Havering mental health service

Positive Future

A mental health service in Havering has set its sights on a Positive Future as it appeals for people living with mental health problems to come forward and access the service.

Positive Future, a community based support initiative from Richmond Fellowship, the national charity making mental health recovery reality, is opening its doors on 18 June to show people what they offer and how it can help them with their mental health recovery.

The service provides people living with mental health problems such as depression, anxiety or stress with the opportunity to access meaningful community activities designed to build confidence, increase social interaction and develop new skills. Read more

New year, new employment service launched in Havering

Richmond Fellowship has launched a new employment service to support people in Havering.

We’re here to help anyone with a mental health problem get into training, volunteering or work and maintain and sustain their employment.

We’re developing a new service that puts our clients at the centre of the support we offer. Our aim is to be as flexible, easy to access and convenient as possible for anyone living anywhere in Havering.

If you’ve been out of work for a long time due to your mental health and are keen to get back into employment then we can help you succeed. If you’re experiencing a common mental health problem such as stress, anxiety, or depression, and are worried that this is affecting your job then we can support you to stay in work. If you’re an employer we can work with you to improve your workplace wellbeing and to support any employees with mental health problems you may have.

Our service is available to people over the age of 18 with a mental health problem who live within the borough of Havering. You can contact us directly or we accept referrals from employers, (including occupational health, human resources and line managers), community mental health teams, GPs and any other agencies supporting you. Referrals can be made 24 hours a day through our open referral pathway.

Contact us on 01708 727726 or email: HaveringES@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Richmond Fellowship wins new IAPT contract in Redbridge and Havering

Richmond Fellowship (RF) is proud to announce a new partnership with North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT) and Big White Wall (BWW) to win a new IAPT contract in London.

We will be specialising in employment pathways in partnership with NELFT as clinical lead and BBW, who will be using innovative technology to offer therapy online.  This is our first partnership with new partners and advances the amazing work that locality manager Ros Hatt has undertaken over the last few years to grow our employment services in east London.  Our staff will co-locate with our partners and play a key part in ensuring high quality services that promote self resilience and sustainable pathways to recovery. It’s an exciting first step into the sphere of digital mental health services for RF.

In the coming months we are will also be looking at working on another project with BWW in Waltham Forest and envisage a strong working relationship as we progress in the future.