We are seeking someone with enthusiasm, strong values, and a passion for empowering others.
As part of a neighbourhood-based team, the EHWB workers will be recruited from their local area and bring their knowledge and links within the community to the role. We require workers who live in following localities to apply. Part time hours and flexible working will be considered.
VSI Alliance News & Events Newsflash from the Voluntary Sector Infrastructure (VSI) Alliance team
The latest VSI alliance News & Events has funding resources, job and volunteering opportunities, coronavirus key messages, seminars and training events as well as news of the voluntary and community sector.
All staff at the VSI Alliance are available remotely to support you and your organisation at this time with various aspects of your work, along with providing key information and resources. For support/advice, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.vsialliance.org.uk for more contact details.
Calderdale Council has made a total of £ 5,000 available for each North & East Halifax wards to be spent by 24 March 2022.
The fund must be spent on grants for activities and projects that benefit the ward and the maximum grant per application is £500. Any group can apply whether new or existing.
Perhaps you have a good idea for a group but unsure on how to go about setting up. We’re here to help with that too, so drop us an email at email@example.com and we’ll get back in touch with you to offer some support.
Ideally grants will be used to support the following.
Improve health and wellbeing
Community Group Recovery
A few examples of some of the things the ward forum grants have funded in the past include; Community clean ups such as purchasing a large skip to remove bulky waste in the community, equipment for various sports clubs, art clubs, things for established Community groups such as Christmas lunches, regular luncheon clubs, funding to host events that are open to the public and much more.
Don’t be put off by the application form and remember! If you think you’ve got a good idea for a project and require some support getting it off the ground just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01422 252209 and we can help you.
This issue includes a Social Prescribing Link Worker professionals feedback survey on the first page, we would be very grateful for as much feedback from professionals in all sectors, whether you know a lot about the service or are still a little unclear, it should take no more than 10 minutes.
The University of Sheffield in collaboration with the Yorkshire and the Humber Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Community of Improvement Network are conducting a research study to better understand self-harm in the region and to explore the barriers and facilitators to accessing support.
Who can take part?
If you are aged 18 or over, have experience of self-harm (e.g. by injury, self-poisoning or taking an overdose) and live in the Yorkshire and Humber region, we would like to speak to you about your experiences of this and of any help or support you have had.
What do I have to do?
We would like to interview people, for about an hour, about their experiences. Our interviewers are shown below – you can tell us if you prefer a male or female interviewer.
If you would like more information or would like to take part, please contact Jack Marshall: email@example.com Mobile no – 07380896205
£10 voucher available to every participant.
This study has received ethical approval from the University of Sheffield’s Psychology Research Ethics Committee