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Resource: If You Care, Share - Support for suicidal young people and their families

If You Care, Share offer support to young people (aged 14 – 21) and the families of people who are suicidal.  

Resource: Charity IT Association (CITA) - IT support for charities

The Charity IT Association (CITA) offer a simple access point for charities to connect with volunteers to help them get the best out of their IT.

Resource: Calling all community spokespeople and community information hubs!

There are vulnerable people in all of our communities who sometimes need a bit of impartial support, or guidance, especially where they are unhappy about an experience they have had with an NHS service. 

Consultation: Wellbeing Hub – Central Norfolk - Deadline: 8th January

Consultation is open on proposals for a community wellbeing hub in Norwich, for people in mental distress or ill health.

Resource: Spotting Modern Slavery - Guide for frontline staff and volunteers

A guide has been produced aimed at helping those working in the public sector

Helping people to stay warm and save money in winter – free community talks, and training for staff and volunteers

For many people rising energy bills are one of the biggest concerns this winter – but what can you do to save money?

Local neighbourhoods awarded £150,000 to promote physical activity

Local community groups and residents in Norwich are set to benefit from a £150,000 grant to help make a positive contribution to their neighbourhoods as part of a project called ‘Active Hours’.

Quarterly Norfolk Economic Intelligence Report

The Norfolk Economic Intelligence Report for quarter two has been published (July - September 2017).

I am (really not) okay - Norfolk County Council and partners launch campaign to reduce suicides

The onset of Winter can herald the start of a difficult time for some,  and with suicides higher in Norfolk than the UK average (particularly in men), Norfolk County Council’s Public Health  and a range of partners  are working together to ensure the information and resources are there for vulnerable people, their families and professionals.

Resources: Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board's Website

New items have been added to the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board website. 

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