What's New in the Trust

  • 2nd March 2017

    Recovering addicts can REC-CONNECT with community

    A new project aimed at building links between people who are recovering from alcohol and drug abuse and their local community has been launched. REC-CONNECT is a city-wide collaboration developed to help those in recovery from alcohol and drug problems access activities and services in their local areas by forging relationships with the people at the very heart of those communities, who will be known as "community connectors".

  • 27th February 2017

    REC-CONNECT Workshop and Launch - 01 March 2017

    REC-CONNECT is a new and exciting collaboration which aims to build recovery networks to support people in Sheffield who are in recovery from alcohol and drug misuse. It aims to bring together those in recovery with people in the recovery community who can support, facilitate and forge linkages to community-based services, resources and activities.

  • 27th February 2017

    Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2017

    Eating Disorders Awareness Week runs from 27 February to 05 March with the aim of raising awareness of these serious mental illnesses. This year the focus is on the importance of people receiving treatment as quickly as possible and highlights the vital role that GPs as well as family and friends play in ensuring this.

  • 27th February 2017

    In Your Corner - Time to Change Campaign

    We're proud to be supporting the new campaign from Time to Change - In Your Corner. The campaign is aimed at encouraging men to be more open and supportive in relation to mental health issues. While the evidence shows that there has been a positive step change in the way mental health is viewed and talked about in England, research from Time to Change shows a persistent gap between the attitudes of men and women, with men consistently showing less favourable attitudes.

  • 14th February 2017

    South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Sustainability and Transformation Plan

    The South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is now published. It sets out the vision, ambitions and priorities for the future of health and care in the region and is the result of many months of discussions across the STP partnership, including with patient representative groups and the voluntary sector.

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