I don’t know about you, but to me it feels like no sooner is Christmas behind us than the shops become a sea of red and pink in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. Long before 14 February arrives the shelves are heaving under the weight of anything and everything heart shaped.
A group of grandparents who look after their grandchildren have formed a self help group with support from Middleton-based charity Health For All. Stepping in to take care of young children can have a profound effect on your life. Having raised your own children and seen them grow up, to
A new group offering ‘peer support’ is being set up by and for young people suffering from mental health issues. Celine Bickerdike approached Middleton-based charity Health For All with the idea after suffering herself. “After I left school, I hoped to work in the political field, but a number of
Health For All is calling on local community groups to join them in celebrating self help at a special event on Tuesday (26 April 2016). As well as tea and scones the afternoon event offers the chance to meet funders, network with like minded organisations and share what your group
Canopy, the Beeston-based self help housing charity has won a World Habitat Award. Canopy shared the prize with Giroscope, a similar charity working in Hull. They are the first UK based winners for over a decade. Both organisations are pioneers in a movement of UK housing providers called ‘Self Help