Content originally from Mid and North East Essex Mind Mid and North East Essex Mind will continue to operate throughout the lockdown. Our counselling and practical support services are still running remotely but unfortunately our activity groups and welcome cafes remain closed. Our telephone lines are still operating and you can call us on 01206 … Continue reading Latest COVID-19 update from Mid and North East Essex Mind
Free training is being offered across the county to ensure everyone is equipped to respond appropriately and effectively if they suspect someone is a victim of domestic abuse or if someone reveals they are suffering abuse.
In partnership with RETHINK Partners and Alcove we are rolling-out a new and innovative response to the COVID-19 crisis, by providing virtual care and health and wellbeing support to vulnerable or shielded people.
This is a fantastic opportunity to ensure the voices of South Woodham Ferrers are heard.
Chelmsford City Council is set to endorse plans to roll out an e-scooter trial in the city – but there are concerns over the safety of blind pedestrians.
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The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex has invested in training to help the community to spot the signs of domestic abuse taking place around them. Free training is being offered across the county to ensure everyone is equipped to respond appropriately and effectively if they suspect someone is a victim of domestic abuse or if someone … Continue reading Domestic Abuse Awareness Training – 3 December
There are an estimated 589,000 people who are dependent on alcohol in England and about a quarter of them are likely to be receiving mental health medication; mostly for anxiety and depression, but also for sleep problems, psychosis and bipolar disorder.
Healthwatch Essex has launched a report giving a unique insight into the mental health of frontline workers, working across the county.
Pupils at an Essex high school will have to work from home due to the amount of teachers self-isolating.