Celebrating Volunteers’ Week 2018 Volunteer Week 2018 runs from the 1st to the 7th of June and to celebrate we are holding a volunteer breakfast at Palacio Lounge in Falmouth. We want to say thank you and show our appreciation for all the hard work and support our volunteers give to us and the people
Members of our Creative Minds workshop are delighted to have some of their work displayed in the Community Exhibition at Falmouth Art Gallery which starts next week. Falmouth Art Gallery and Carrick Mind collaborated and ran workshops for people wanting to explore various creative activities to promote and empower mental health recovery. They met once
Stress-Are we coping? It’s Mental Health Awareness Week: 14-20 May 2018 and stress is this year’s theme. We all get stressed, being under pressure is a normal part of life. It can help us take action, feel more energised and get results. But if we often become overwhelmed by stress, these feelings could start to
Carrick Mind launches service to offer supported volunteering opportunities to those in recovery from mental illness.
Carrick Mind’s new Supported Volunteering project will offer dedicated support to anyone who wants to use volunteering as part of their recovery funded by the National Lottery. Supported Volunteering, in the right environment, can provide a bridge for the volunteer back into the local community and workplace thus reducing social isolation. The Social Exclusion Unit
Mind have produced a new guide, ‘Planning for recovery’, to help you take part in your own discharge and care planning, think about what you need and know what to expect. If you would like us to send you a hard copy of the guide please email us at email@example.com planning-for-recovery- booklet
A report published by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombusman highlights failings in mental health services in England. In response, Sophie Corlett, Director of External Relations at Mind, said: “At the time of these complaints, cuts to funding and rising demand, off the back of decades of neglect and under-resourcing, meant NHS mental health services
Thank you to Paula Hoskin, General Manager at Williams Travel and all their staff for raising £1,884 from their Coach Seats for Causes campaign. For every person that booked a holiday from their Summer 2017 brochure Williams Travel donated £1. Fantastic.