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New: Wellbeing Academy

VOICES wellbeing academy
By Saul Turner, Community Development coordinator, VOICES   A new venture called the Wellbeing Academy has recently opened its doors in our city, aimed at people wishing to improve mental health or that have lived experience of mental health issues, it is designed to provide workshops, activities and courses to develop a person’s skills, confidence and creativity, from anger management through to walking football, all ran through multi agency partnership working, there is something for everyone.   The current partners of the academy are Changes, Port Vale Football Club, Stoke on Trent City Council, Potteries Money Wise, Brighter Futures and North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare.   All of the course provided are free of charge and attendance does not impact on benefits.   People can do as many courses as they feel would be of benefit over the year. Courses run over 3 terms throughout the year. At the end of each year the opportunity to attend a ‘Graduation Ceremony’ where you will receive your certificates and congratulate yourself on your hard work.   “For many people, recovery is about staying in control of their lives despite experiencing a mental health challenge. Putting recovery into action means focusing on supporting recovery and building resilience, not just on treating or managing symptoms” Quote… Continue Reading

Listening, learning, and leading through the lived experience of local people with multiple needs.

Coordinating services with people experiencing homelessness, mental-ill health, addiction, and offending in combination.

Happy to discuss housing, homelessness, and related issues in Stoke-on-Trent in this roundtable with John Healey MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Housing, Gareth Snell MP and Ruth Smeeth MP. Always happy to share our experiences and thoughts with politicians and other decision makers local or national.

I was delighted to be joined by John Healey MP, the Shadow Secretary of State for Housing recently for a roundtable event with local charities and housing providers to discuss the housing challenges we face in the city, and how national and local government policy could offer an better deal to Stoke-on-Trent.

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