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Social Worker, Manchester Engagement Team at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind works in partnership with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust to deliver an Assertive Outreach Service across Manchester. The Manchester Engagement Team is a multi-disciplinary team with staff employed both by Manchester Mind and the Trust in order to provide an innovative service to a difficult to engage client group.

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
£31,601 per annum + 5% pension
Location: 
Manchester
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Training Administrator at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind is working with a wide range of local employers, individuals and groups to raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues through the delivery of a wide range of training. Manchester Mind knows that anyone may be affected by poor mental health, so reaching diverse organisations and networks across the city (Public/Private/Third Sector) is an important aspect of their work.

Hours: 
17.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£18,376 pro rata (actual £9,188)
Location: 
Manchester
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Integration Worker at START

START is a charity that has been delivering mental health recovery and prevention projects in Salford for 25 years. Using creative arts and horticulture as a vehicle to improve wellbeing, increase confidence and help people reconnect to their communities, we work with a number of vulnerable groups including older people, young people and people who are experiencing mental health problems.

The STARTwork programme has been developed in response to START identifying a need in Salford to support people experiencing mental health problems who would like to go back to work.

Hours: 
30 hours per week over 5 days, 6 hours per day
Salary: 
£22,500 pro rata, actual £19,285 per annum
Location: 
Salford
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STARTwork Coordinator at START

START is a charity that has been delivering mental health recovery and prevention projects in Salford for 25 years. Using creative arts and horticulture as a vehicle to improve wellbeing, increase confidence and help people reconnect to their communities, we work with a number of vulnerable groups including older people, young people and people who are experiencing mental health problems.

The STARTwork programme has been developed in response to START identifying a need in Salford to support people experiencing mental health problems who would like to go back to work.

Hours: 
24 hours per week (4 days, 6 hours per day)
Salary: 
£24,000 pro rata, actual £16,457 per annum
Location: 
Salford
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Information on plans to commemorate the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack

11 Apr 2018 - 12:29 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council is leading the city’s arrangements to mark the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack on Tuesday 22 May 2018. We love Manchester Chairty

Those affected by those terrible events will want to mark the date in different ways, so the programme is varied and takes different forms, to make sure that people can feel connected to it.

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Hear the perspectives of young black men and help them to access services - The We Tell You research report and manifesto

8 Mar 2018 - 10:44 by michelle.foster

The We Tell You research report explores explanations to why black men do not access mental health services. We Tell You Report

It is the result of a three-year study with 26 young peers who, supported by Manchester based mental health charity 42’nd Street and the Manchester Metropolitan University, spoke to 78 young black men aged between 13 – 24 across Greater Manchester.

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Mental Health Awareness and Supporting Young People

This one-day course will provide staff with a general introduction to understanding mental health issues and how to support students and young people who might be experiencing difficulties.

Learning Objectives
Participants will:

17 July, 2018 - 09:30 to 16:30
Zion Community Centre, Hulme, Manchester

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