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Community Engagement Worker - Staffordshire Buddies

£17784 for 30 hours/week

Staffordshire Buddies is a well-established and successful sexual health charity concerned with prevention of HIV and STIs and the improvement of health and welfare in individuals and the public.

Funded for 3 years, the Blinks Project aims to increase links with the community for the benefit of the charity’s development and service users. The Engagement Officer will lead the process of developing partnerships and supporting service users to build networks in the communities of which they are a part.

Volunteer for Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly is looking for volunteers to support their activities in Stoke-on-Trent.

Contact the Elderly is the national charity dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation amongst older people living in the United Kingdom. Their mission is to empower older people to make new social connections, and break out of the cycle of social isolation. Supported by a nationwide network of over 11,000 volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises free monthly social events for small groups of isolated older people through their local groups.

Arch Recruitment Open Day

Arch is holding a recruitment open day from 2pm to 8pm Wednesday 27th February at 308 London Road, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 5AB for anyone interested in working or volunteering for Arch.

Arch helps people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, victims of domestice abuse, people suffering from poor mental wellbeing and anyone struggling to maintain their independence or their tenancy.

If you or your service users are looking for a new, fulfilling challenge that makes a real difference to people's lives, then Arch may have the role for you.

Medicine Supply and Brexit

We have been asked to share this information from the Staffordshire CCG's around their national plans around medicine supply regarding brexit.

As you can see from the document below a number of actions have been taken to help is mitigate any issues after 29th March 2019.

The key message to VCS professionals is to reassure patients that we have plans in place to avoid any disruption to medicine supplies for our patients. It is also important that patients order as they normally do and do not stock pile.