We want to find out what people using Richmond Fellowship’s services like about the work we do and what they want us to improve. Feedback from people we support is really valuable as it helps us see how we’re getting on and to demonstrate what we’re doing well. It also highlights some of the areas that people would […]
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A Cambridge woman is taking on the monster challenge of swimming, cycling and running to raise money for Richmond Fellowship. Mara Sheldon and her husband are taking part in the Monster Sprint Triathlon in Feltwell near Thetford on Sunday (26 June). As an extra incentive for their training they decided to raise funds to support […]
After securing Investors in Diversity accreditation at the start of the year, Richmond Fellowship has now published a short booklet explaining our commitment and how we’re putting it into action.
96% of people using our services would recommend Richmond Fellowship to friends and family, according to our latest satisfaction survey. 96% of respondents also said we’d helped to improve the quality of their life and 95% said they felt listened to. A summary of our latest service satisfaction survey, Listening and Learning, has now been […]
Richmond Fellowship’s latest Sparky’s café has opened for business at the new NHS mental health hospital in Farnham Road, Surrey. Taking on the lessons from our award winning Sparky’s in Blackpool which opened last year, Sparky’s Guilford will provide good quality food as well as employment and volunteering opportunities for people living with mental health problems. Steve […]
Our annual review for 2015 is out now and focuses on the innovative services we provide. The publication, which also summarises our annual accounts, reflects on our new, national group of charities, Recovery Focus which Richmond Fellowship is a founding member of, and our ambition to become national experts in mental health and substance use […]
Richmond Fellowship has secured the accreditation ‘Investors in Diversity’ in recognition of our commitment to this important area of work. We’ve been championing recovery and social inclusion for more than 55 years, working with people we support as equal partners in everything we do. But we want to go further to develop a culture in […]
Each year Richmond Fellowship runs its ENRICH achievement awards scheme to recognise the successes our teams have had over the past year. ENRICH stands for Enabling, Networking, Respect, Inclusion, Community and Hope – our values and key areas we want to celebrate. It’s been another really busy year and our teams have achieved some great things across the […]
Richmond Fellowship is looking for an outstanding Chair to provide clear strategic leadership as part of our new group, Recovery Focus. Recovery Focus is a new national group of charities providing a range of mental health and substance misuse support services across England. Our growth has been iterative and collaborative, and is ongoing, with a vision to […]
Richmond Fellowship has once again successfully retained its Matrix Standard accreditation. The assessor described our teams as ‘brilliant’ and was impressed by their level of passion and commitment to the people we support. The Matrix Standard is a unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals […]