News

Update on the Freedom of Mind Choir

The Freedom of Mind Choir started life as one of FDAMH’s activity groups. It has been so loved and successful that it has now spread its wings to become a fully fledged, independent Community Choir! This means the Choir is now open to any adults in the Community, so if you’re interested in finding your voice you can get a taster at their upcoming open day¬†on Sunday 2nd June, 2-4pm at Tamfourhill Community Hub. Just pop along or get in touch with the Choir Manager, Emily Simpson, by emailing freedomofmindcc@gmail.com.
Freedom of Mind Open Day Poster

Tag: Local Services
24/05/2019 at 9:02 am


Join our Family Support Team

We’re delighted to be looking for an Adult Carer Support Officer to expand our Family and Carers Support team! Find out more by visiting our jobs page.
Applications close on 30th May 2019.

Tag: Family/Carers Support, FDAMH
15/05/2019 at 11:33 am


Vacancies at FDAMH

We currently have some exciting vacancies at FDAMH!
All of the following posts have a closing date of 5th April 2019: Finance Administrator, Initial Assessment Officer and Fundraising Officer.
To find out more pop along to our jobs page.

Tag: FDAMH
19/03/2019 at 3:34 pm


Latest Newsletter out now!

Keep up to date with a round-up of all the news from FDAMH here.

Tag: Befriending, Drop-In, Family/Carers Support, FDAMH, Link/Social Prescribing Service, Mental Health
11/03/2019 at 10:03 am


Important changes to Drop-In

FDAMH’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Drop-In Service is changing! The service, which is changing its name to Central Spark, will come under the umbrella of FDAMH’s thriving Social Spark Service so that we can offer a more beneficial range of pathways and progression for people using both services.

For those who are already familiar with Social Spark and FDAMH, you know that we are constantly monitoring and evaluating our services. We look for ways to improve service provision and adapt services to meet changing needs or demands and make best use of all our resources.

Central Spark will offer a new starting point for people who may not be ready to participate in the wide-variety of community-based social contact groups currently offered within the Social Spark service. By attending Central Spark people will be able to come into our centre for up to 4 half days each week. Each person will work closely with the Central Spark’s new Recovery Worker on their individual Personal Development Plan, ensuring that people are moving forward in their recovery and pursuing goals that they’ve identified as important to them. Whilst attending Central Spark people will have access to a range of helpful activities and psychoeducational courses and the service allows people to meet others and begin the process of getting back out there into the community with developing confidence and renewed self-esteem and self-worth.

If you have any questions about the new service, please contact Michele Reap, Social Spark Manager.

Tag: Befriending, Drop-In
11/03/2019 at 9:56 am