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Click the link below to read the Orchard Surgery & Endon Surgery Summer 2019 Newsletter:

Summer 2019 Newsletter


Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline

The Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline offers support to people who are 18 or over and have concerns about their own mental health or that of someone they know. The service operates evenings and weekends 365 days a year, covering the whole of Staffordshire including Stoke on Trent. It is free to contact from landlines, call boxes and mobile networks.

Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline


Every Mind Matters

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/your-mind-plan-quiz/?WT.tsrc=Search&WT.mc_id=Brand&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIjpOVzv2-5QIVBrDtCh0HdgbNEAAYASAAEgJPJvD_BwE


Drop in sessions to help shape future Autism services – for people with Lived Experience of Autism

Staffordshire County Council, along with local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are holding two drop-in events during October 2019.  They are keen to hear how services currently work for people with Autism and their carers, and how they could run in the future

Feedback from the sessions will help all agencies involved with Autism shape and develop the support they offer.

The events are:

 

  • 17th October 2019 at Newcastle Day Service, Wilmot Drive, Newcastle. ST5 9AZ from 9.30am to 2.30pm
  • 24th October 2019 at the Northfields Centre, Magnolia Avenue, Stafford. ST16 3BZ from 9.30am to 2.30pm

 

For those who can’t attend a drop-in session or wish to further contribute, they can fill in an online survey at: https://consultation.staffordshire.gov.uk/transformation-support-unit/autism-implementation-plan-2020-2023 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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