Nottinghamshire County Council’s adoption services have joined forces with Nottingham City, Derby City and Derbyshire County Councils’ adoption teams to form a Regional Adoption Agency, part of Adoption East Midlands. Visit www.adoptioneastmidlands to find out more.
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Autism East Midlands are proud to be a partner in a new government initiative along side Nottingham City Council, East Midlands Chamber and Nottingham, Trent and Derby universities, to help people on the Autistic spectrum and women get into work. We would like to offer you the chance to share this information with anyone you think fits the criteria below.
This evaluation of the Be Cancer SAFE programme covers the six localities in South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire.
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A list of local events happening in May 2019 in the Bolsover District
Grants of £150,000 – £450,000 over three to five years are available for new or existing work in the UK, Ghana, Uganda or Rwanda that combines sports based approaches with quality mental health support to reduce distress and/or improve mental wellbeing.
Grants of £750 to football clubs with existing male teams to support the essential costs of pitch hire, training venues, and affiliation fees, encouraging people to stay in football. The deadline is 5pm on Thursday 6 June 2019.
Grants up to £20,000 are available to not-for-profit organisations in the UK for practical projects that tackle critical challenges in health and social care, make a direct impact on people’s health and wellbeing and address the Foundation’s theme for that year. In 2019 it is community focused projects that aim to support and improve people’s mental health in mid-life.
Tuesday 11th June 12noon - 3pm at Committee Rooms 1 & 2 Chesterfield Town Hall
Friday 7th June (AM) - Chesterfield
For staff and volunteers from statutory, community and voluntary sector organisations working with Derbyshire County Residents.
Delivered by Harmless, Funded by Derbyshire County Council
People from across Derbyshire with a long-term health condition are substantially benefiting from our courses which are supporting and encouraging participants to self-manage their conditions more effectively to live fuller more meaningful lives.
As festival season approaches, we’ve got a fantastic giveaway for you!
Our friends at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have donated a family ticket worth £39 to Wildside Festival 2019 – a day of live music, art, wild activities and good food and drink…all in support of local wildlife.
Did you know domestic abuse accounts for 13% of crimes in Derbyshire?
Domestic abuse can be emotional, psychological, sexual, financial or physical and can affect anyone regardless of age or gender.