Fife Voluntary Action lead on mental health and employability workshops for Delivering Differently
- Created: Tuesday, 27 February 2018 20:27
Fife Voluntary Action and the Scottish Recovery Network are delivering a series of workshops looking into mental health and employability services in Fife as part of a new project called Delivering Differently.
Delivering Differently is a partnership project funded by the Scottish Government, reporting to the Opportunities Fife Partnership and Fife Health and Social Care Partnership. Delivering Differently is working to create a Fife where people with mental health problems can easily access appropriate support as and when they are ready to make the journey (back) into work.
These workshops are targeted at:
People with lived experience of mental health problems who may or may not have accessed services before (you don’t need to have a diagnosis or have accessed a service to attend this workshop) and their carers or support person; and
Mental health and/or employability staff at all levels including managers, frontline workers, and volunteers.
Details of the workshops are as follows:
Click any of the links above to find out more or to book your place.
Please note that booking is essential as we have a maximum number of 20 places at each workshop.
Delivering Differently is an 18-month project funded by the Scottish Government, led by Fife Voluntary Action in partnership with Opportunities Fife Partnership and Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership.
Have more questions? Click here to read our frequently asked questions document.
From Fife Voluntary Action Bulletin 01 March 2018 Opens a MS Word document containing information and links