TLC-St Luke’s works with those experiencing a mental health diagnosis or problems. TLC-St Luke’s think that reducing isolation is key – how? Engagement, connection, creativity and sharing – one participant nick-named it “Creation Lounge”.
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Manchester Mind has been delivering services since 1989 and have developed a range of highly respected services for young people and adults living in the City. Manchester Mind have gone some way to diversify their income streams and develop different ways of bringing in income. Manchester Mind have a vacancy for a part-time Finance Manager to help them to take this work forward.
Manchester Mind are looking to recruit someone who can deliver financial and administrative duties in a way that is collaborative and open, building good relationships with staff and volunteers.
Job summary: The priority within this role is to work with the Finance Manager, staff, customers and Trustees to provide good quality financial information and ensure the accurate and efficient operation of Manchester Mind’s financial systems alongside administrative support to the Office Manager.
Manchester Mind has been delivering services since 1989 and have developed a range of highly respected services for young people and adults living in the City. Manchester Mind are working with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust in the delivery of an assertive outreach pathway within Community Mental Health Teams and Manchester Mind staff are employed within these teams to support that delivery.
Manchester Mind has been delivering services since 1989 and has developed a range of highly respected services in Manchester. Manchester Mind are particularly proud of their work recognising the impact of lack of income, debt and poor housing on mental health through our Advice Team. Part of the access to advice is through provision on wards at the mental health in-patient unit in Manchester.
The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced that £1.9 million will be given to councils by Public Health England to help improve the health of rough sleepers. The funding will be awarded to projects that improve access to health services and continuity of care for people with mental ill-health and substance misuse problems who are sleeping rough or at risk of returning to rough sleeping.
Manchester Health and Care Commissioning (MHCC) have announced that they are investing over £300,000 into the voluntary and education sector for the delivery of the THRIVE grants programme.
Moodswings are starting a Personality Disorder Friends and Family Support Group, to offer a safe space for supporters to share their thoughts and feelings, and to understand the diagnosis better.
The group will meet fortnightly and will be run by a facilitator with training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we think and feel about our bodies.
PABBS evidence-based suicide bereavement training, has been informed by a three year study, conducted at the University of Manchester, funded (£243k) by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Research for Patient Benefit Programme and first of its kind internationally. It is a highly interactive one day workshop and includes a workbook, 9 films and a 60 page manual for future reference. The training is delivered by two practitioners with significant experience working in this field.