Related Lif (in house) training:-
27 January 2020 Seriously Messy- Helping Families as They Cope with Death (also 28 April)
28 March 2020 Mental Health and Prayer
29 April 2020 Introduction to Church, Spirituality and Dementia
30 April 2020 How to plan a quiet day (quiet days have been identified as supportive of peoples well being).
Derbyshire Mental Health Awareness Training from Derbyshire County Council
Time to talk day 6 Feb 2020.
Derbyshire Mental Health Forum and Erewash CVS merger: Derbyshire Mental Health Forum will function as before but, by becoming part of Erewash Voluntary Action, both organisations become stronger together in terms of cost-effectiveness. Contact Angela Kerry at Derbyshire Mental Health Forum or Stella Scott at Erewash Voluntary Action.
Supporting Good Mental Health with film clips from a recent Conference (Oct 2019) run by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Includes 10 daily reflections.
Small Talk Saves Lives
There is a 20% increase in the number of times the public has acted to prevent suicide in the rail environment.
Childrens Commissioner for England speaks out on children and young peoples mental health
Briefing. Related blog from Children's Society.
Mind and Soul Foundation resources.
In-house training is available, for example 'Being a more inclusive Church' and 'Church Spirituality and Dementia'.
Getting help in a crisis see click here
Alzheimers Society have the Dementia Support Contract for Derbyshire.
The Alzheimer’s Society deliver this service in Derbyshire (excludes City).The service offers one to one support, Memory Cafes, Carers groups and Singing for the Brain across Derbyshire.
Referrals for the service should be made to email or tel: 01332 208845. Their website has an enormous wealth of information. Dementia Friends Training is recommended.
Derby City Dementia Support is offered by Making Space email or tel: 01332 497640.
Dementia friendly film showings and booking.
East Midlands Suicide Awareness Project:
Half day awareness training http://www.ruralactionderbyshire.org.uk/ or search Eventbrite for ‘Suicide awareness seminar’. This project is located at Rural Action Derbyshire (formerly Derbyshire Rural Community Council).
Mental Health First Aid
Courses are run nationally and local availability is listed on the Training pages - external organisations tab or search 'Eventbrite'.
National Dementia Helpline: 0845 300 0336. On line support: Talking point www.alzheimers.org.uk/talkingpoint
Alzheimers Society offer a course 'Dementia friends' which is recommended. contact 01332 208845 web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Making Space web: dementia support
Dementia Support Derby 01332 497640 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Dementia UK 01993 776295
How to support your child’s wellbeing a parent’s guide see click here
Derbyshire Carers Association: 01773 743355 or see website: www.carersinderbyshire.org.uk
Think Carer: supporting mental health carers in Derbyshire (includes Derby) see http://www.thinkcarer.org.uk/ or tel: 01332 380224 or e: email@example.com. Signposting service, carers forums etc.
First Steps Derbyshire
working with those affected by eating disorder 01332 367571 www.facebook.com/firststepsderbyshire e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Derby City Peer Support and Recovery Service tel 0800 0322202 or email.
Derbyshire County Council 5 ways to wellbeing click here has links to useful reources and help. Most districts have a small grant scheme to support projects offering community based activity along these themes, contact your CVS (CEntre for Voluntary Service.
Derbyshire County Council Carers information: includes organisations supporting Carers nationally and in your locality click here .
Derby City Carers contact and Carer Pathway.
County Council webpage with information for families with children (Early Help Offer):click here
County Council Adult Care web page: click here and click here
Hate Crime: local reporting email or tel:01332 299449 or 07983261065. Anti Muslim Attacks can be reported to Tell Mama email or tel 0800 456 1226. This is listed here because hate crime impacts mental health.