Viewpoint had a stand at this year's Herts Pride festival.
As well as giving our information about Viewpoint, we gave out information on keeping well, a mindfulness CD, LGBT* and mental Health and Drug and Alcohol services in Hertfordshire.
The day was really positive. We were welcomed with smiles, rainbow face paint, stickers and positive affirmation cards and a great day was had networking and talking to participants at the festival.
We also managed to see a few of the acts and there was some fantastic singers including Kane Coxhall, a Dolly Parton sound alike and many other great acts / singers!
Fantastic - see you all next year!
Urgent Care Services in West Hertfordshire
As demand for urgent health care services - both locally and nationally - continues to increase, Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group is undertaking some work to look at ways of making sure that we provide a model of care in the future that effectively meets the needs of the people using these services. These services include A&E, urgent care centres, minor injuries units and so on.
We want to make sure that we get patients, the public, patient groups and others involved at an early stage to ensure that we can build their views and experiences into any future proposals.
To kick this off we have developed a survey asking some questions about your experiences of using local urgent care services and want to encourage as many people as possible to complete it.
We are promoting this in a number of ways and are seeking survey responses to be completed by Friday 24 March 2017
Become part of a team of Barista's making and serving a variety of specialty coffee such as Latte, Cappuccino, Espresso, Hot Chocolate and Specialty Tea's.
Opportunities in Borehamwood, Hemel Hempstead, St. Albans Coffee Cart.
Please contact: Roxanne Boylan
Tel: 07525 277509 or 01923 271788
Come along and see us in action and have a go at making your own coffee!!!
A countywide Out of Hours Crisis Service
In a crisis and need someone to talk to? Herts NightLight can provide late night support in a safe place during your time of crisis. Two of our centres, Hemel Hempstead and Stevenage, can also provide beds if an overnight stay will help. You can either refer yourself or be referred by a professional, family member or friend. You can also speak to us by calling our helpline where our dedicated team of crisis support workers and peer mentors will be on hand to listen and provide support.
As of Friday 5th June we will be open in two locations within the county. The first two bases that are opening are in Stevenage in the East of the county and Watford in the West of the county. These two service will be open from 6pm until 2am on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday each week. As more staff are recruited to the team and complete their initial training we will be able to open the Hemel Hempstead and Ware centres as well.
The NightLight phone number is 01923 256391. This number will be used for referrals and for the helpline element of the service. Please see the attached PDF’s for the marketing content that will be distributed within the county during this week, the telephones will be live by 5th June first night of operation.