Volunteers in North Tyneside have received an award for their work supporting people leaving the criminal justice system. The volunteers from national mental health charity Richmond Fellowship received a Bronze Commendation at the North Tyneside Council’s Chairman’s Commendation Scheme awards for their work to help reintegrate people into society and reduce re-offending levels.
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Richmond Fellowship has teamed up with CHANGE, a leading learning disabilities charity, to take part in Don’t Shut Me Out! a three-year Comic Relief funded project which aims to improve inclusivity and accessibility to mental health services for people with learning disabilities. Today, Thursday 6th July 2017, as part of its ongoing partnership work with […]
Richmond Fellowship, the national mental health charity making recovery reality, has been selected as charity of the year by the newly elected Mayor of Sudbury, Councillor Sarah Page. Various fundraising events will be taking place in Sudbury, Suffolk over the next 12 months including a curry night, coffee morning and photography competition in partnership with […]
When Christina first came to Longview she brought a new lease of life to the service. Yet as time passed and her health failed, our staff team began their journey to support her last wishes.
National mental health charity Richmond Fellowship, part of Recovery Focus, has opened a new service in Lancashire to provide support to people experiencing a mental health crisis. Willow House, a crisis house in the Chorley village of Coppull, provides short term placements for people experiencing a mental health crisis as an alternative to hospital admission […]
Our reaction to the Isle of Wight NHS Trust CQC report: Stephen Smith-Trask, Managing Director for Richmond Fellowship (south) said: “Richmond Fellowship is aware of the recently published CQC report on the Isle of Wight Trust. We also acknowledge the decision of Karen Baker to step down from her role and welcome the trust’s commitment to […]
Richmond Fellowship has been placed in the top 100 organisations for promoting diversity and wellbeing at the National Centre for Diversity (NCFD) Grand Awards ceremony.
Jodi is a mother to Molly and has bipolar and PTSD. She first came to using our crisis house after a break down in her relationship left her in need of support. Following her time in the crisis house she has gone on to have her baby girl and has risen to the challenges of […]
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.
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.