Mid-life Mental Health
Following the Mid-life Mental Health programme 2015/16, further funding was awarded to:
Bipolar UK: Bipolar Peer Support
Establishing a telephone and email support service delivered for and by people with lived experience of bipolar.
Groundswell: Homeless Health Peer Advocacy
Supporting people experiencing homelessness by providing access to support services to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Gaydio: Gaydio Academy
Delivering a combination of workshop prorgammes and on-air health promotion activity for people in the LGBT community effected by mental health issues.
Key Changes: Health and Social Out of Hours Activity
Supporting BAME men experiencing mental health issues through providing a programme of out-of-hours creative, sporting, and vocational activities.
Life Cycle UK: Bike Minded
Delivering a range of community-focused cycling activities for adults experiencing mental health issues; helping them improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust: Head in the Game
Promoting and improving both physical and mental wellbeing through the power of football and education.
Finally, in 2018 small awards of £1,000 each were awarded to the following organisations to recognise excellence in project delivery: Chequers Community Kitchen, The Dove Service, Down to Earth, The Furniture Scheme, Lifecycle, Oblong, Sign Health and Southall Community Alliance,