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Access information on local services in Richmond
Below is a list of useful resources to help employers and employees in Richmond create mentally healthy workplaces.
National Mind Website
Provides information on the website and through webinars; downloadable publications for both employers (including for line managers and HR professionals) and employees: http://www.mind.org.uk/employment
Health and Safety Executive
Supports employers to meet their statutory obligations assessing the risk, putting organisational processes in place to prevent and manage stress: http://www.hse.gov.uk/stress/standards
Fact Sheet: Stress and Mental Health at Work: http://www.cipd.co.uk/hr-resources/factsheets/stress-mental-health-at-work.aspx
RB Mind Managing Workplace Stress workshops
Richmond Borough Mind is currently developing open courses for local employers which can also be run in the workplace. Contact us for more information and to express interest on 020 3513 3404 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RB Mind Mental Health Awareness programme
Our Mental Health Awareness programme is offered on a one-day or half-day basis to suit your individual or organisational requirements. The training is suitable for anyone involved in public facing roles in either a paid or voluntary capacity, and for staff teams or groups wishing to boost levels of mental health awareness in their workplace. More information here.
Disability Awareness Training for employers, including advice on things like reasonable adjustments and recruitment processes.
Toolkits available on the website for employers:
Introduction – why disability matters
Employment and the Equality Act
Richmond Wellbeing Service
Services provide tools, techniques and information to manage stress, depression and anxiety. Local Richmond residents can speak to their GP or refer themselves by contacting:
NHS Richmond Wellbeing Service
Richmond Royal Hospital
Kew Foot Road
Richmond upon Thames
Tel: 020 8548 5550 / 020 3513 3266
Note that similar services are available in every borough, and self-referral is usually an option. If your employee lives in another borough, you can find their local service on this website: http://www.iapt.nhs.uk/services
RB Mind Psychotherapy and Counselling Service
Low Cost Counselling Service:
Phone: 07592 416 638
Richmond Borough Mind website lists a number of online self-help tools:
Richmond Information Directory
Directory of local organisations providing help on a range of physical and mental health support: http://directory.rbmind.org/Pages/Subjects.aspx
Work Support Network: supports people to stay in work:
Phone: 020 8831 6271 Email: email@example.com
Twining Enterprise is a London-wide charity with the sole mission of improving mental wellbeing through work.
How they help Employers:
THREE in 10 is their anti-stigma project. Volunteers with lived experience of mental health problems visit your workplace to hold conversations that challenge stigma about mental health. This is free, structured to meet your individual workplace arrangements and is part of the national Time to Change campaign organised by Mind and Rethink.
How they help individuals
Contact Twining on 020 8840 8833 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Is your company thinking of linking with a local charity focusing on community mental health? What a great idea!
Richmond Borough Mind believes that corporate relationships should be mutually beneficial. It is important to us that our corporate partnerships are not a one-way street, where companies give and we take. We are certain that your company can benefit greatly from a partnership with Richmond Borough Mind.
If you are interested in a corporate partnership with us, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail or phone 020 3513 3404.