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Sheffield Mental Health Service Awarded Funding
Sheffield people will soon benefit from improved mental health services after a local mental health service providing free psychological talking therapies was awarded national funding. Sheffield’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Service, which helps people overcome common mental health issues was awarded £1.8million to significantly expand the services offered. This will improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Sheffield.
New Support Group for Carers of People who have experienced Severe Mental Health Difficulties
Our Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Department is facilitating a new support group for carers of people who have experienced severe mental health difficulties. This will take place on the first Wednesday of the month, beginning on 03 May, in the Chapel at the Michael Carlisle Centre (S11 9BF) from 2pm until 4pm.
Woodland View Nursing Home rating upgraded to 'Good' by Care Quality Commission
Staff at Woodland View Nursing Home are celebrating after the service’s rating was upgraded to Good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Woodland View Nursing Home provides accommodation for older people with a diagnosis of complex and enhanced dementia who require nursing and personal care.
Trust welcomes Heeley Green Surgery to Clover Group of GP Practices
Primary Care Sheffield and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust are have recently added Heeley Green Surgery to their group of primary care practices.
Alert - bogus text messages claiming to be from the NHS
Please be aware that a bogus text message claiming to be from the NHS is in circulation. NHS England have issued an alert stating that they have been made aware of a bogus text message claiming to be from the the NHS asking people to confirm both their year of birth and email address.
SHSC named double awards finalist in national awards
Staff at the Trust are celebrating after being shortlisted as finalists for two awards in the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) Excellence in HRM Awards 2017.
Royal College of Psychiatrists awards accreditation to liaison service
Our mental health liaison service has been accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists until 2020. The mental health liaison service provides mental health care for people aged over 16 who are being treated for physical health conditions at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The service provides psychiatric assessment and treatment to service users experiencing a wide range of mental health problems which may include self harm, depression, anxiety, psychosis, dementia or medically unexplained symptoms.
Care Quality Commission upgrade our rating to Good
We are delighted to report that the latest inspection report on our Trust from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England, has rated us as Good overall.
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".
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.