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Jobs Friends Houses

Jobs Friends Houses

Founded by Sgt Steve Hodgkins, Jobs, Friends and Houses offers volunteering, training and employment opportunities to marginalised adults, mainly ex offenders and/or those with mental health issues or in abstinence. The project is built on the belief that people will make make stable and sustainable changes when they have: "• a safe place to live that is free from threat • a social network that is supportive of their attempts at recovery • meaningful activities, particularly those that confer self-worth and that offer a positive future"

Call and Check

Jersey Post

Call and Check is a Jersey based initiative which uses the delivery platform of the postal service to support people to live independently in their own homes. Postal workers are trained to make short visits to residents which involve conversations covering health and social wellbeing topics. The service links residents with health social care and voluntary sector providers whilst also preventing social isolation.

One Voice for Age Sutton

Age UK Sutton

One Voice for Age was founded, in 2002, to ensure that the views of older people in Sutton, were represented and heard, and, in turn, that these voices aid the review of existing services and influence the development of services for older people The initiative relies on a strong base of 40 – 50 volunteers (or members as the project calls them) who are trained to interview other older people. Some of these older people may be isolated due to ill health or disability and, without this active involvement and outreach, would not usually have their voice heard. These interactions are then applied in order to campaign on behalf of older people and represent their views to local policy and decision makers.

Community Circles

Community Circles

Originally run as a pilot, Community Circles began in 2012 and are now located throughout the UK providing support in the community, by the community, helping people to achieve their goals in a way and place that suits them – from living rooms to care homes. Everyone in a circle gains by being part of something shared, focused and often life changing.

The Safe Haven

NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group

The Safe Haven Project was originally a pilot project, funded by North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG in 2014. Created in consultation with service users, carers, and statutory, primary and third sector providers, the Safe Haven provides a service to act as an alternative to A&E and provide support for people who are experiencing or could be developing a mental health crisis.

Renew 37 - New Life Baptist Church

Nottinghamshire County Council

"Renewing community, renewing your mind, renewing spaces" - Drawing upon 5 ways to well-being' , which promote good mental and emotional health, Renew 37 is a well-being cafe project that is provided by the community for the community in the Nottinghamshire Area.

Colour your Life

Durham County Council

Colour Your Life is a social prescribing scheme delivered across County Durham by a consortium of 7 third sector organisations, lead by Pioneering Care Partnership. It aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people of Durham and improve their emotional resilience.

Artlift from Create Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire County Council

Artlift is ten-week course of arts actitivities prescribed for people with depression and chronic pain for whom other treatments have not worked. It is run by Create Gloucestershire, a network of arts and cultural organisations from across the county who collaborate to run arts and cultural projects with outcomes around well-being, health, and resilient communities.

Community Information Point Network

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

The Dudley Community Information Point Network (CIPN) aims to prevent local people from getting into crisis situations and ensuring those least able to access health and social care can find the right information, at the right time and in the right way for them.The Community Information Point Network is a partnership led by Healthwatch Dudley with support from Dudley CAB and the Council’s Making it Real partnership

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