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We Are Recruiting 

Support Worker

We are looking for a Support Worker to join our Support & Recovery Service. The service provides support to people to work towards their recovery and help them live independent and fulfilling lives. The role is community based and requires evening and weekend work.

Previous experience of supporting people with mental health problems, formally or informally, is essential to the role. A commitment to service user involvement and an ability to communicate with a wide range of people is also required.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 9th June 2016

If you are interested in the post and would like to download an application pack, click here for further information


Sheffield Mental Health Guide Launches Own Twitter Account


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The Sheffield Mental Health Guide, which is run by Sheffield Mind, now has its own Twitter account.

This account is administered by the Sheffield Mind Information Service and will be your first call for tweets about a full range of mental health-related events and services in Sheffield.  Our handle is @SheffMHG so please look us up and 'follow' us to keep yourself up-to date


Our Information Service also provide a supported information service via email and phone in addition to managing the Sheffield Mental Health Guide  www.sheffieldmentalhealth.org.uk 

Charity of the Year!!

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We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated as Charity of the Year by Crookes Social Club.
We could not be happier and are looking forward to working with Maurice and the team on a number of fundraising events throughout this year - the first of which will be taking place on 5th Februrary 2016.
We are holding a fundraising ceilidh and you are all invited!
There will be live music from the Scoil Rince Nua (Sheffield Irish Dance Company)and plenty of dancing of course so if you have ever fancied having a crack at a jig but have always been too afraid to try, we have the experts on hand that can help you!

All proceeds from the event will go towards the work we do providing care and support to people with mental illness.

If you are interested in attending and would like to reserve a ticket (or 5), please click on the "Buy Tickets" link above which will take you to our event on the 'We GoT Tickets' website or go to www.wegottickets.com/event/347116  For any further information you can contact us lindsay.doyle-price@sheffieldmind.co.uk or call 0114 258 4489 ext 107.

Are you a Carer?

If you are a carer and feel that you would benefit from some additional support, you may be interested in our free five week Carers Toolbox. The group is facilitated by a Sheffield Mind healthworker and provides a supportive space in which you can share your experiences and ideas for maintaining effective wellbeing. See below for details of how to book.

Live Twitter Chats

We will be hosting our first live Twitter chat for our Sheffield Mental Health Guide on Weds 23 Sept from 1pm - 2pm. Trevor Back, who is a Mental Health Social Worker with 30 years experience will be available to answer your questions on anything related to mental health issues and services. So make a note in your diary, we'd love to hear from you.

Launching Connect 3 - A housing focused mental health service

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new and innovative housing focused mental health service which we will be delivering in partnership with South Yorkshire Housing Association.

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Connect 3 is a bespoke service which is designed according to the client's needs. There are three core elements that individuals can access and move between as necessary.


The three key services are:

  • Short-term accommodation with specialist support
  • A ‘transitional landlord service’ where we’ll work with you to manage your own tenancy
  • Floating support for you in your own home

Staff will work with people on a one to one or group basis to help them engage in activity that will improve their health and fitness,  help them to develop the practical skills they need to manage their financial responsibilities and tenancy and also help them develop social skills and access new networks and interests.


For further information and details of how individuals can be referred into the service, click on the image alongside.


 Sheffield Mind is a leading provider of mental health and wellbeing services in Sheffield.

  • If you are looking for support around mental health click here to learn more about our services.
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