Suffolk User Forum, which has helped thousands of people continues to grow and will be able to support more people with mental health problems than ever before after making a vital new appointment. We were delighted to appoint Tina Pointon as Service … Continue reading Meet Tina – Our new East Suffolk Engagement Lead
Welcome to our latest newsletter published just before Christmas, which contains lots of updates and information about current issues and developments in mental health in Suffolk. This edition contains the following news articles, developments and … Continue reading SUF Winter 2017 Newsletter published
Our SUF offices will be closed from: 3pm, Wednesday, 20th December 2017 until: 9.30am, Tuesday, 2nd January 2018. If you don’t feel you can keep yourself safe over this holiday period, please seek immediate help. If you feel you cannot cope and … Continue reading Need Help over Christmas and New Year
Through the summer and Autumn SUF members have been working together with Katie Holmes, the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) Chaplin to co-produce and design a short survey about peoples spiritual beliefs and how this can be supported by … Continue reading Spiritual Needs Survey
SAY is a platform for young people in Suffolk to make their voice heard, and influence those who make decisions about services and support for young people. SAY aims to be a virtual network for and with young people whilst providing opportunities … Continue reading Suffolk Assembly of Youth (SAY) – Newsletter November 2017
Headline...A new partnership has been formed to offer “unique and inspiring” workshops across Suffolk for people suffering with mental ill health and emotional difficulties. The Suffolk User Forum (SUF) has teamed up with Action for Happiness to … Continue reading SUF in the News!
'Easing loss through group support' COME AND TALK TO SUFFOLK BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT AT THEIR POP-UP INFORMATION EVENT AT HADLEIGH LIBRARY TUESDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2017 FROM 11AM -3PM Recently bereaved or suffering a delayed reaction … Continue reading SUFFOLK BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT – Pop up event
The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on 10th October every year. The day provides an opportunity “for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 10th October 2017