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World Mental Health Day 2020 – One thing you want people to know

Posted on 08, October, 2020

For World Mental Health Day 2020 we wanted to share the insights and knowledge of our service users and staff with lived experience of mental distress. As a result we asked a single question: What’s the one thing you want people to know about your experiences with mental health? The answers we received were varied and […]

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Online and virtual Peer Support, and reflections on shared learning – a blog by Together Lived Experience Leadership Manager, Jess Worner

Posted on 22, September, 2020

Peer support is such a vital space for many of us with lived experience of mental distress to support our wellbeing, connect with others and share in mutual trust and solidarity. For some, it is a lifeline. For many, including people using peer support through Together services, this has usually taken place face-to-face, whether through […]

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World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 – A story from Together’s criminal justice team

Posted on 10, September, 2020

Thursday 10th September 2020 is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay and to raise awareness of this vital issue we wanted to share a story from Together’s criminal justice service and specifically the Liaison and Diversion team. That team is funded by NHS England through their National Liaison and Diversion Operating Model. The liaison and diversion team is made up […]

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Together York Pathways service to close

Posted on 02, September, 2020

It is with sadness, but also a lot of pride for what has been achieved, that we have to announce the closure of Together’s York Pathways service on 30th September 2020. The project was developed in 2014 in response to an escalation in incidences of self-harm and suicides, in particular across the North Yorkshire area, […]

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Clifton House resident Millie shares her lived experience of life in lockdown

Posted on 07, August, 2020

Millie is a resident at Together’s Clifton House Accommodation Service in Bournemouth and here she shares her experience of living through lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic: I don’t think anyone really knew what to expect when COVID-19 started or the effect it would have and what devastation it would cause. At first I didn’t believe […]

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Together’s Commitment to Anti-Racism

Posted on 12, July, 2020

At Together for Mental Wellbeing we stand against racism in all its forms, and with those who also stand against racism in all its forms.

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Together supports coalition of charities to create a new Mental Health Renewal Plan for England

Posted on 26, June, 2020

Prime Minister urged by major coalition of charities to create a new Mental Health Renewal Plan for England to support the nation’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic demands an urgent renewal plan for the nation’s mental health to avoid crisis. An unprecedented coalition of over 50 voluntary and […]

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World Wellbeing Week 2020 – Mental Wellbeing tip – Scotter Road Gardening

Posted on 24, June, 2020

Karen Trippier, Team Leader at Together’s Hampshire West Housing & Support Eastleigh Hub shares the gardening activities at Scotter Road The residents of Scotter Road had been planning a gardening activity prior to Covid-19 restrictions. When lockdown came along this prevented the trips to garden centres, and a lot of the planned activities going ahead. As time […]

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World Wellbeing Week 2020 – Sharing tips to support mental wellbeing in lockdown

Posted on 22, June, 2020

World Wellbeing Week 2020 runs from Monday 22 to Friday 26 June 2020. For the week we’re asking people to share their tips around activities, hobbies or pastimes that have helped with their mental wellbeing during lockdown. That could be anything from mindfulness to exercise or creating art to discovering a new book or show. […]

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Jess Levine, Together service user, reflects on her experience of Covid-19 and life under lockdown

Posted on 18, June, 2020

My background: I live in Together’s Elva Court supported accommodation service in Bexhill. This placement has enabled me to build and broaden my life skills, build confidence and make friends. The placement was secured after leaving behind many chapters of admission to psychiatric hospitals, where I was treated for schizoaffective disorder and bipolar. The impact […]

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