Job Summary for the role of Wellbeing Practitioner in the Children & Young People Wellbeing Service, part-time, 1 year fixed term contract
Welcoming young people to the crisis drop-in service and supporting them through emotional and practical support
Empowering young people to self-manage their emotional wellbeing by facilitating a range of self-help tools (both on a one to one basis and in a group setting)
Delivering youth activities including cooking, art and craft, icebreakers and games.
The role is based in Havant for 12 hours a week (Evenings and weekend).
There’s a full Job Description and Application Form for you on the Vacancies page to download , complete and return to Danielle Barnes Wellbeing Manager (Children & Young People) [email protected]. The closing date for your Application is Wednesday 28th of August 2019.
Havant and East Hampshire Mind is
delighted to collaborate with Messy4Mind founder Tom Mills.
“Our collaboration means we are
able to offer supporters the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for HEH
Mind by taking part in the Messy4Mind challenge.” Mike Lock, Community
Development Officer, HEH Mind.
Find out more about fundraising for HEH Mind, including our other activities/ events, resources and support by visiting our website or contacting [email protected]
We are delighted to round off #VolunteersWeek by mentioning one of our amazing volunteers, who recently received the 2nd place certificate for ‘Unsung Hero’ at the Havant Volunteer Awards.
Bruce helps in many ways at HEH Mind and we are very pleased to see him recognised by Havant Borough Council. Bruce is a volunteer that goes above and beyond, and never asks for or expects thanks/ recognition. Many local charities, including ourselves, rely on people like Bruce to keep us positive, motivated and smiling. A huge thank you and well done to Bruce.
At the end of April Sandra completed the quite remarkable 100 metre abseil of Spinnaker Tower. In doing so Sandra raised awareness and over £360 for Havant and East Hants Mind.
We would like to say a huge thank
you to Sandra for abseiling Portsmouth’s iconic Spinnaker Tower and sharing the
message that its ok to need support.
Sandra stated “I’ve known so many people that have had and still
suffer with mental health issues including myself. It’s heartbreaking when you
can’t take the pain away, but one thing I have learnt is that it’s good to talk
and that it’s definitely ok not to be ok”
On Sunday 28th April Dan and
Eddie took on the challenge of the London Marathon. Both runners had their own
reasons for wanting to support HEH Mind and being part of the 42,436 people who
completed the Marathon.
Dan stated “We all face
our inner demons at some stage of life and as many as 1 in 4 suffer from some
form of mental illness. Unlike many other illnesses those of the mind cannot be
seen and are often misunderstood or attached to a stigma.”
Eddie had told us “I’m
glad I’m supporting such an amazing cause and will try and do you guys proud“.
We can positively say you made us proud and have done something amazing.
We hope both Dan and Eddie have
rested up and taken a moment to reflect on how amazing their achievement is.
Thank you both for your support.
During Mental Health Awareness Week we were delighted to visit workplaces, sports clubs, schools, colleges and community spaces. Our staff, volunteers and Ambassadors all started conversations, destigmatised mental health and aimed to increase awareness of local services. Thank you to everyone that talked to us and shared their experiences. If you did not speak to our team, but would like to find out more you can visit our website (easthantsmind.org) or our social media channels.
We look forward to the next national campaign, which is World Mental Health Day on 10 October. If you would like to get involved you can contact the team by emailing [email protected]
Havant and East Hants Mind are excited to share with you that we are launching a “Safe Haven” for young people aged 11 to 17 within Havant Borough.
The Safe Haven will provide a safe & confidential space for young people experiencing difficultly with their mental health or wellbeing. The service will open Tuesday the 30th of April 2019 – for full details of opening times and venue – please refer to our poster.
Maria Morrell (Director of Services), from HEH Mind has said “We are really excited to be launching the Havant Safe Haven and would like to thank Hampshire and Isle of Wight CCG for funding and supporting this service.
We are passionate about working with young people to promote better mental health, reduce stigma and discrimination and prevent mental health difficulties developing into severe and enduring health issues.
We will be working in close partnership with schools, colleges, GPs, CAMHs and other key services to promote the service and together bring about better mental health for young people in Havant”.