A group of young people receiving support for their mental health and wellbeing are looking for donations of seeds, plants and equipment to help kick start their new allotment project.
The Early Intervention service supports young people aged 14 upwards, from the Shropshire and Telford areas who are coming into contact with mental health services for the first time due to concerns that they are developing a serious mental illness.
Neil Carr, Chief Executive of South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (SSSFT) was delighted to join in promoting the excellent work being to help the homeless in Stafford when Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow visited the Borough at the invitation of MP Jeremy Lefroy.
Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, is the latest high profile figure to show an interest in the work being done to help the homeless in Stafford.
The whistle-stop visit included a talk with Community Matron, Suzanne Rigby, dubbed the ‘Angel of Stafford’ by rough sleepers in the town, and a tour of Eagle House – which has been instrumental in delivering the new ‘Housing First’ project to get homeless people into long term, sustainable accommodation.
Suzanne is employed by SSSFT in an innovative partnership which recognises the emotional wellbeing needs of the homeless alongside their physical health and other support requirements.
The Trust has undertaken the Gender Pay Gap anaylsis in accordance with the Gender Pay Gap Regulations 2017
The Arts for Health team at South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce their success in securing £15,000 funding from the Postcode Community Trust.
The money will support their Songs for You programme taking place in Stafford, Cannock and Shrewsbury over the next couple of years.
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