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Mental health and learning disability services in Co. Durham, Tees Valley, N Yorks and York. Crisis info:
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TEWV 3h
We've recently created information on dialectical behavior therapy for older people in County Durham and Darlington. Share your thoughts on our information to help us make sure that it meets your needs
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TEWV 18h
Join us this Thursday (25 July) for a drop in event at Ripon Rugby Club (2-4pm) to share your views on the future of community mental health services for adults & older people across Harrogate & Rural District & Wetherby & its surrounding areas
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TEWV 23h
Life isn’t always idyllic down on the farm. Financial pressures, long working hours, livestock disease or poor harvest can take their toll. If you’re there is support available
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TEWV Jul 20
Want to find out more about proposals for older people's mental health services in Harrogate and Rural District, Wetherby and surrounding areas? Watch our short video and find out how you can have your say
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TEWV Jul 20
We want to engage with local people in Harrogate and Rural District, Wetherby and surrounding areas about our proposals for future adult mental health care. Watch our short video and find out how you can have your say &
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TEWV Jul 19
CAMHS in Co Durham & Darlington are offering to visit external organisations providing free training sessions to those who work with children & young people. Dates available are Weds 31 Jul, 7, 14 & 21 August. Email TEWV.countydurhamcamhstraining@nhs.net.
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TEWV Jul 19
Delegates from organisations in Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale attended TEWV/North Yorkshire County Council’s stronger communities event, to share information about services they provide to support those experiencing mental health difficulties in the area
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TEWV Jul 19
We work closely with our partners to make sure service users receive high quality care and support. Read more about our latest partnership to deliver liaison and diversion services. Just one example of how we work with others.
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TEWV Jul 19
Replying to @NamasteTs
Yes, staff are also given a number of avenues to raise any concerns they may have.
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TEWV Jul 19
Hi Kylie We are very sorry to hear how you are feeling. We would encourage you to please raise your concerns with our Pals team, who will be able to look into this for you. We do take all complaints & concerns very seriously. You can find their details at
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TEWV Jul 19
Some people can feel uncomfortable sharing concerns about risk, malpractice or wrong doing. That’s why, as well as mandatory raising concerns training for all managers, we have an anonymous phone line/online form staff can use
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TEWV Jul 19
Great example of the importance of research in care
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TEWV Jul 19
Please don't worry that raising concerns about the service we provide will negatively impact your future treatment or care. We have a policy of dealing with problems openly. We welcome all comments and will do everything possible to put things right
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TEWV Jul 18
Join us on Thursday 25 July, 2-4pm at Ripon Rugby Club to have your say on proposals for future mental health services for adults and older people in Harrogate and Rural District and Wetherby. Find out more at
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TEWV Jul 18
Your wellbeing is important to us. We offer regular health screening, monitoring and support you to choose healthier lifestyles to improve your health and wellbeing. Read more
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TEWV Jul 18
Over 100 people attended a three day conference, jointly hosted by TEWV and the University of Durham, to explore the importance of spirituality in mental health care
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TEWV Jul 18
Organisations from across Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale came together to raise awareness of the support available to those experiencing mental health difficulties in the area
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TEWV Jul 18
Congratulations to Claire Bainbridge, locality lead psychologist for TEWV health and justice and forensic mental health services, Roseberry Park, Middlesbrough who has been awarded the 2019 Excellence in Forensic Psychology Practice Award.
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TEWV Jul 18
New opportunity - We are looking for admin/meeter and greeter volunteers to help the adult mental health team at Acomb Garth in York. Visit Ref 346-215. Closes 02/08/19.
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TEWV Jul 18
Congratulations on winning AHP Public Health Champion 2019. Well deserved
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