Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) will pledge to play its part in reducing the over-medication of people with learning disabilities and / or autism during a special conference taking place next month.
A targeted project designed to encourage more men to ask for help with mental health issues has been hailed a success after playing a key role in raising awareness of the importance of safeguarding emotional wellbeing.
People who are contemplating suicide are being offered a powerful message of hope from others who have been in the same position as part of a new initiative designed to encourage them to stop, wait and talk while showing that someone cares.
The 10th Norwich Pride parade promises to be the most colourful, vibrant and musical yet, and the region’s mental health trust will be joining the fun to show its support for diversity and inclusiveness in our society.
Staff and patients from Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) are making the final preparations for a fun-packed fundraising spectacular which will bring all the excitement of the Wild West to Norwich.
Patients, carers, relatives, supporters and partners are being invited to find out more about the challenges of engaging men in mental healthcare during a special event exploring what it means to be a man in 2018.
The important role which apprentices play at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) is being highlighted during a national awareness week designed to encourage more people to think about earning while they learn.