Translate this page :

Together for Mental Wellbeing stands against racism in all its forms - read our anti-racism commitment.

News

Advocacy Awareness Week 2022: Interview with Senior Statutory Advocate at Rochdale Advocacy Together Hub, Alex Clarke

Posted on 11, November, 2022

Advocacy Awareness Week runs from 7 to 11 November and the theme for this year is how advocates support people in relation to their human rights. Together has a range of advocacy services working with people in the community or in secure settings and on a variety of forms of advocacy. Alex Clarke is Senior […]

Read more

Advocacy Awareness Week 2022: Interview with Michele Reynolds who uses Rochdale Advocacy Together Hub

Posted on 09, November, 2022

Advocacy Awareness Week runs from 7 to 11 November and the theme for this year is how advocates support people in relation to their human rights. Together has a range of advocacy services working with people in the community or in secure settings and on a variety of forms of advocacy. For the week we […]

Read more

Lawn Court Accommodation Service take camping trip with poem written on the experience

Posted on 31, October, 2022

Together’s Lawn Court Accommodation Service is based Bexhill-on-Sea and provides 24 hour residential support to the people that live at the property. The residents at Lawn Court have their own Sports Club and another activity they undertake is camping trips in the summer. Service Manager Tony Lee-Peters describes their latest camping trip in the summer […]

Read more

A poem for Black History Month by Together Ravenhill Way Accommodation Service user Llatoya Jackson

Posted on 19, October, 2022

Black History Month runs through October and the theme for 2022 is Time for Change: Action Not Words. Full details can be found at https://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/black-history-month-2022/. Llatoya Jackson is a resident at our Ravenhill Way Accommodation Service in Luton and wrote this poem, which we thought would be fitting to put out during the month, celebrating her […]

Read more

World Menopause Day 2022: Mandy Chainey and Julie Marks from Together in conversation

Posted on 18, October, 2022

World Menopause Day takes place on 18 October each year to raise awareness, break the stigma and highlight the support options available for improving health and wellbeing. For the day this year two of our members of staff who are part of our Peri Menopause and Menopause Inclusion Group shared a conversation on their lived […]

Read more

World Menopause Day 2022: A blog by Together Chief Executive, Linda Bryant

Posted on 18, October, 2022

World Menopause Day takes place on 18 October each year to raise awareness, break the stigma and highlight the support options available for improving health and wellbeing. Here our Chief Executive Linda Bryant has written a blog on the topic that was originally prepared for the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations. In the […]

Read more

WMHD 2022 – Mental Wellbeing Tips from Across Together

Posted on 10, October, 2022

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October and the theme for 2022, as set by the World Health Organisation, is ‘Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority’. We see this theme as focussing on increasing access to knowledge and support relating to mental health wherever possible globally and thought about how […]

Read more

WMHD 2022 – Blog on the mental health benefits of Wild Swimming by Samiha Abdeldjebar

Posted on 10, October, 2022

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October and the theme for 2022, as set by the World Health Organisation, is ‘Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority’. We see this theme as focussing on increasing access to knowledge and support relating to mental health wherever possible globally and thought about how […]

Read more

WMHD 2022: Blog on lived experience around self care tips and sentiments by Charlie Hart

Posted on 10, October, 2022

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October and the theme for 2022, as set by the World Health Organisation, is ‘Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority’. We see this theme as focussing on increasing access to knowledge and support relating to mental health wherever possible globally and thought about how […]

Read more

WMHD 2022 – Blog on an independent and personal project by Liv Slania, a peer supporter in Together’s Criminal Justice Service

Posted on 10, October, 2022

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October and the theme for 2022, as set by the World Health Organisation, is ‘Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority’. We see this theme as focussing on increasing access to knowledge and support relating to mental health wherever possible globally and thought about […]

Read more