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What's it like working at Mental Health Concern?

What’s working at Mental Health Concern like?

Paul Paul, one of our Mental Health Nurses, has been sharing what his role is like on a day-to-day basis. Paul explains: “My days are varied, some days can be straight forward, carrying out allocated clinical tasks, engaging with residents, planning

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Collection for Ukraine

We’re so proud of Justine who, along with other Humanitarian Help for Ukraine volunteers, will be travelling to Poland in December to take over the supplies to an orphanage that supports children and families affected by the conflict. The orphanage…

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Autism Awareness Training with Moving On Tyne & Wear

We’re so proud of John Facchini, one of our Employer Engagement Officers at Moving On Tyne & Wear, who has organised a series of free autism awareness training sessions for local employers. The sessions are designed to help employers…

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2 minutes with… Sarah!

We've been chatting with Sarah Clark, our new Internal Communications Executive, about her role and the impact she hopes to make through internal communications!

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Rising Star Award

We’re working with Talend to deliver integrated data to improve our decision-making processes. John explains: “Our goal is to make our mental health services accessible to even more people. That means basing our decisions on data, rather than hunches.

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Cycling across America!

Colin, who is a Community Support Worker in our Housing with Care and Support service, is cycling 4,228 miles across the US over 39 days. The journey will take Colin through Oregon,…

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Excellence in Health and Wellness

CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, hold awards to celebrate HR achievements and impact on business success. Since our Chief People Officer Sarah Dewar joined Mental Health Concern…

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‘I’m just a normal bloke, living a normal life’

As part of our new community mental health initiative in Newcastle, we created 28 new jobs, including 21 peer support roles for people with lived experience of mental ill-health. Josh was one of those successful candidates! We’re so proud…

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