New Lockdown, Same FDAMH

We’re sending our best wishes to everyone and hope that you found some time to relax over the festive period!

In light of the most recent lockdown rules enforced on January 4th 2021, we wanted you to know that FDAMH continues to provide services as before, mostly online or by telephone. We will also continue our very limited face to face service for our most vulnerable clients with no other means of support.

We’re all looking forward to continuing to contribute to supporting Mental Wellbeing within our community in the year ahead.

In the meantime, look after yourself and if you need us just reach out.

06/01/2021 at 2:59 pm

Our Christmas Newsletter is Out Now!

Catch up with the latest updates from all of our services!
December News from FDAMH

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10/12/2020 at 5:21 pm

Upcoming Courses with FDAMH Training Academy!

Suicide Awareness Courses are set to run in December, January and February…and we have a brand new run of the popular COSCA Counselling Skills course starting in January 2021.

1 Day – Suicide Awareness Course
This vital and empathetic course focuses on the skills needed to identify and address potential suicidal thoughts and intentions in others.
Available dates:
Wednesday 16th December 9.30 – 4.30pm
Wednesday 20th January 9.30 – 4.30pm
Wednesday 17th February 9.30 – 4.30pm
Price: £75
Book on Eventbrite

COSCA Counselling Skills Course
Starts January 27th 2021
Wednesday Evening Course, with occasional Saturdays
Deposit £337.50
Payment Plans Available
Applications Now Open!
Contact for more information or to request an application pack. More information is available on our FDAMH Training Academy page

Tag: Training
03/12/2020 at 3:27 pm

With you, all the way!

You can still access FDAMH by phone or online. People have been doing this all through the pandemic! It might not be what you’re used to, but the team has made plenty of adaptions to help make sure you still get a great experience. We also offer limited face-to-face availability when rules permit.

You can find out more about what sort of service to expect here: Supporting you during the pandemic.

If you want to reach out to us you can just give us a call on 01324 671600 or use our online referral form: Refer to FDAMH

And if you want to support FDAMH’s work in the community, you can donate securely here: CAF Donate

30/11/2020 at 5:07 pm

Can you help? – We need your votes!

This Christmas you can give FDAMH chances to win funds in Ecclesiastical’s ’12 Days of Giving’ charity draw. Simply nominate FDAMH at
Thanks for your support!

09/11/2020 at 11:47 am