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Norfolk 2020 VCSE Annual Conference (Virtual) Programme - 23rd to 27th November

We hope that you will join us during our virtual 2020 Norfolk VCSE Annual Conference, as we deliver a series of free sessions that will provide inspiration, be thought provoking and practically useful for a wide range of VCSE organisations.  It will also be a valuable opportunity to share experiences, particularly given the difficult times we have all been adapting to this year.

The Campaign for Mental Health in North Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk are sharing this from The Campaign for Mental Health in North Norfolk, please contact them directly with any queries. 

We, the Campaign for Mental Health Services in North Norfolk, are very aware of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people's mental health. We want to hear from you - your personal stories and experiences of mental health distress in your daily life. The shortage of appropriate Mental Health Services to turn to when we need help to deal with the Covid-19 situation has been severely highlighted during this period.

‘Talking about Getting Active’: training for frontline staff helping service users improve their health and wellbeing – 18th November

We are offering, in conjunction with Active Norfolk, free on-line ‘Talking about Getting Active’ training on Wednesday 18th November, from 10.00am to 11.30am. It’s for VCSE organisations in West Norfolk who work directly with clients or service users who may be impacted by inactivity.

ChetChat looks to the future – and aims to abolish loneliness

Early identification of need was the trigger for a swift community volunteer response to COVID-19 in the Chedgrave and Loddon area. Now they're looking to the future too.

Norfolk County Council's response to latest government COVID-19 measures

In light of the resurgence of the pandemic and the government’s newly introduced three-tier measures, Norfolk County Council leaders are planning ahead for an uncertain winter.

Public health in Norfolk – understanding its importance and how it works

The health of people in our communities faces a variety of complex and linked challenges, such as the increase in people living with chronic and long-term illness linked to our ageing population and addressing health inequalities. This article emphasises the importance of partnership, which is reflected in CAN’s commitment to working with partners in ensuring fair outcomes for everyone - regardless of where they live or who they are in Norfolk
 

Do you or your clients have experience of mental health crisis?

Would you like to help design effective crisis response services in Norfolk and Waveney?

West Norfolk VCSE Hub - Collaboration and communication in action

The newly formed West Norfolk VCSE Hub provides an excellent mechanism for sharing best practice and opportunities for joined-up thinking. It was established to support discussions about key issues for the voluntary sector and public services in West Norfolk, the aim being to help other sectors work with VCSE organisations to ensure that the people of West Norfolk get the best support and services possible. 

Sometimes we could all do with a bit of support to help make life click: CANConnect in North Norfolk

Our CANConnect initiative works with partner agencies across the North Norfolk district of Norfolk and Waveney CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) to help connect people with activities in their locality, as well as providing individuals with one-to-one support in identifying and achieving their personal goals. CANConnect also provides support for the community itself, helping organisations and people make the places where we live stronger, friendlier, and more resilient.  

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