Tower Hamlets public health team are currently refreshing the Diabetes Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and would like to share their initial thoughts with CVS partners. The JSNA process will involve looking at the latest developments in policy and evidence and understand what is being done locally to address this issue. Public and stakeholder input will form key part of the JSNA. See more details below.
Support for LGBT people seeking asylum in the UK – Please note, booking is required
Weekly meet up at our social and peer support group, 2.30-4.30pm, with a varied programme of activities that support self-help and peer networking. Admission £1
Opportunity to join our weekly skill development and volunteer group for committed members.
Who can access this service?
Any mum who has become unwell with a mental health problem during the postal natal period over the age of 18.
For more information or to make a referral please contact use at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 510 1081.
What is Mums Matter?
Tower Hamlets Council wants your help to shape how information and advice is provided in the borough. The Council recently commissioned Social Finance to find out what you think about the existing mix of services, and they now want to invite you to a set of workshops to help develop these services for the future.
After previous success in running a workshop for hard of hearing people, DeafPlus is now running pilot training specifically for professionals who may work with people with hearing loss within the borough, (this is very different to working with Deaf people).
The workshop will cover:
A gathering and photo shoot to start the fundraising to add these life saving units to Victoria Park.
Wednesday, 29 May 18:30 – 19:30
The Pavilion Café
The Automatic Defibrillators will be located in the lobby areas of three park buildings:
• The Ron Cain Sports Pavilion
• The Pavilion Café Toilets
• The Hub
Oviva's new tier 3 weight management service is now receiving referrals – please visit https://oviva.com/uk/en/towerhamlets/ for more information.
Clients can either self-refer or be referred by their GP
Since 2004, HOPE not Hate have been on the frontline against hate and extremism in all its forms. More recently, you may have heard about how one of HOPE not Hate’s undercover informants infiltrated extreme right-wing group National Action and foiled the planned terror plot to assassinate Labour MP Rosie Cooper.
The Advocacy Project is working with NHS England and Healthy London Partnership to recruit people with lived experience of mental health difficulties (individuals and carers) to feed into a London-wide mental health project called the Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme. This is a voluntary position.
Are you new to the UK and Tower Hamlets? (10 years or less)
Do you need to learn English or improve your skills?
Find out about ESOL (english as a second language) provision in Tower Hamlets via the ESOL Hub
Free ESOL and Conversation clubs
– learn English for free