We are looking for a strong leader who has a demonstrable and proven track record of implementing a significant change to join our growing charity, which supports self help groups in the UK.
Click here for further information and an application pack.
We are featured in the Department of Health Long Term Condition (LTC) Compendium of Information.
The Healthwatch Engagement and Liaison Partnership, HELP, is featured in a One East Midlands case study.
Click on the link below to see a YouTube video about Self Help Nottingham (takes you to a different website):
Directory of Self Help Groups, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
The Directory of Self Help Groups, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 2013 will be out soon. Click here to request an order form for when they become available.
Self Help Nottingham is named Social Enterprise of the Year
Self Help Nottingham is a unique charity, supporting and promoting self help groups. Our services include:
- Information enquiry service about local self help groups and services that support the health and wellbeing of local communities. We also have information on local self help development agencies in the UK and national single issue organisations. You can see more on our Information page.
- The annual Directory of Self Help Groups, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 2012, with over 200 local self help groups and around 100 useful contact organisations and services, for individuals living with a range of conditions and their carers. You can see more on our Publications page.
- Training and development support for groups - a range of open workshops, networking opportunities and work with individual groups in response to their particular needs. Visit our Training and Development pages to find out more.
- Practical services for self help groups - mail box and redirection, use of meeting rooms, desk top publishing, photocopying and newsletters. Visit our Practical Services page to find out more.
- Service User and Carer Involvement work at strategic and operational levels with local NHS organisations and in partnership with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy at The University of Nottingham. Visit our Involvement in Health page to find out more.
- The Recovery Network, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire - helps to develop drug, alcohol and addiction groups. The Network also aims to provide access to a range of different approaches to recovery and to link in with both self help groups and professionals.
- The Toolkit is a project that aims to improve the availability and quality of local self help information in the West Midlands, with pilot areas in Dudley, Shropshire, Stoke, Telford and Worcestershire.
Self Help Nottingham is looking for new Trustees.
If you are keen, interested and want to find out more
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Page updated: 23 May 2013