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World Mental Health Day 2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October, and for 2021 we will be highlighting "mental health in an unequal world". For those of us experiencing mental illness, we live in an unequal world....

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How we remove the barriers to finding the right place to call home for those in mental health recovery 

How we remove the barriers to finding the right place to call home for those in mental health recovery 

Living in safe, well maintained housing has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health. But for some people with mental health problems, there can be multiple barriers to negotiate when trying to access or maintain the right place to call home.

Experienced support both for those seeking housing and for those already in their own homes is essential when navigating a path back to independent living.

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How our Women Only service provides a safe space vital for recovery

How our Women Only service provides a safe space vital for recovery

Our Women Only services create a safe and supportive space, exclusively for women and free from avoidable trauma or distraction created when working with male support workers. Our clients are then able to completely focus resources, both theirs and ours, on recovery and develop the skills and resilience they need to be able to live independent, fulfilled lives in the community.

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Medium support – the stepping stone between 24-hour support and independent living

Medium support – the stepping stone between 24-hour support and independent living

If the steps immediately taken upon leaving a 24-hour mental health service are too big or too fast, there is a real risk of clients experiencing a relapse and being readmitted to a more restrictive style of care. Our Medium support, which is a gradual pathway to recovery, with continued support of a less intensive and intrusive nature, can be the perfect intermediary stepping stone on the path back to independent living.

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For many, many people getting into paid work is part of their recovery while living with mental illness. It can bring about major improvements in both mental and physical health
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For people with mental health problems, where they live can make a vital difference to their treatment and recovery. Support in their own home is essential https://t.co/MQ7lwWdsUb #bridgesupport #mentalhealthsupport #everymindmatters #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthrecovery https://t.co/Ovlhl5PRMo BridgeMH photo
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How you can work with us

As well as the normal tendering process, you can commission our forensic services in the following ways:

  • Use our contact form
  • Pick up the phone to speak to us on 020 8298 9677
  • Email us to discuss spot contracting OR delivery of a bespoke service that meets your needs