After the recent tragedy of the Grenfell Tower Fire the community as a whole has been deeply affected. We have found both service users and residents have all been affected in different ways but what is fairly common is the need to share and talk about what has happened and the impact it is having on them and their families.
Primary care coordination services have changed in Westminster. Healthwatch and the Older Adults Group at the Advocacy Project want to hear your experiences of receiving support, so that we can check that the changes are improving people's lives.
We are looking for an organised Navigator to take on an important new support role within our Community Living Well Service in the West London area.The Navigation Service is for people with serious, stable, long term mental health needs who are supported in primary care. This is a new service, which will be a core part of the Community Living Well Service and is run in partnership by Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC), Jobs in Mind (JiM) and SMART.
The Create Church Street fund is now open for a new round of applications. The local community, artists, individuals, groups and arts and cultural organisations can submit applications for funding for arts and creative projects. You can bid for up to £10,000 to deliver creative activities for local people of all ages and backgrounds to take part in.
Would you like to help transform the garden of a supported housing block in St Johns Wood? Come along for a morning of gentle clearing and weeding on Friday 28th July, 10am til just gone noon.
Funding is available for voluntary and community sector organisations to deliver patient and public engagement projects in Kensington and Chelsea, Queens Park and Paddington areas. The maximum allocation for any one project is £20,000. DEADLINE: Monday, 14 August 2017 - 5:00 pm
You can apply for a grants of up to 10,000, to set up or continue to deliver community cycling projects in the capital.
We are looking for lay members to join the alcohol interventions in schools public health advisory committee.Closing date: 5pm, Tuesday 1 August 2017. Time commitment: Up to 18 months. We are looking for: people with personal experience of alcohol interventions in schools. This role would be ideally suited to a parent or governor.
Spectra CIC is looking for people passionate about making a difference to join our volunteering team. We work with: Black, Asian and Minority ethnic communities (BAME) • Bi, gay and men who have sex with men • People of trans experience • Women • Young people.
The Mother Tongue Counselling Service (Arabic & Farsi) is a part the wider West London Community Living Well Network, and is managed by Wandsworth & Westminster Mind.This service is for adults over 18 years of age, who speak Arabic or Farsi language, and are registered with a GP in Kensington & Chelsea, Queens Park or Paddington.