A national charity is launching a new service in Lancashire to provide an alternative to A&E for people experiencing a mental health crisis. Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, has received funding from the NHS to open a crisis house in the county to provide emergency accommodation for people experiencing a mental health crisis.
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An innovative community mental health service will continue to operate following additional funding from Liverpool City Council. Our Time, a time banking service operated by national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship, first started in 2012 as a six month pilot before being extended.
National mental health charity Richmond Fellowship galvanised its services around the country to challenge stigma as part of World Mental Health Day. The annual awareness event on 10 October saw the national charities’ Chorley community service team up with a local choir to stage a ‘Flash Mob Choir’ in the town centre involving over 100 […]
Our Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire employment services tackled the stigma surrounding disability, mental health and employment at a disability confidence event hosted by local MPs, Heidi Allen and Daniel Zeichner.
More than 6,000 people have been helped in the first year of an innovative, free community wellbeing service in Lancashire. The Lancashire Wellbeing Service, run in partnership between charities Richmond Fellowship, Age Concern Central Lancashire, & n-compass Northwest Ltd, was launched in September 2015 to help vulnerable people aged 18 and over deal with issues affecting […]
An Isle of Wight Woman will jump 10,000ft to raise money and awareness for mental health services on the island with a charity sky dive. Emma Gerring, 31, from Cowes is the registered manager of a local care home and is taking on her challenge to support national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship and their […]
Staff and residents at Colindale, our London supported housing service, came together to throw a surprise party for Pamela Waterhouse, who this month celebrated ten years working for Richmond Fellowship. Pam, locality administrator in London, began working for Richmond Fellowship as a recovery worker before moving into her role as an administrator.
Mental health services in Cambridgeshire are ‘doing a very important job in a very effective way’ according to a leading service user network. Services from national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, in Wisbeth, March and Godmanchester were visited and independently appraised by the SUN Network.
National mental health charity Richmond Fellowship is inviting the local community in Surrey to its annual BBQ to thank them for their support at a local supported housing service. Croft House, run by national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship, supports people living with mental health problems gain the skills and confidence to move onto independent […]
Richmond Fellowship was named Employer of the Year at Progress to Excellence’s Training and Education Awards, held this month in Liverpool. The national mental health charity, part of Recovery Focus, won in the category for more than 250 employees for their contribution to the communities they support through a commitment to training. Progress to Excellence is a […]