Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
Candidates have been named in elections to the Trust's Board of Governors in January 2020
Christmas hampers were given out to service users across the Trust as part of a Reverse Advent appeal to provide little luxuries for those who are inpatients over Christmas.
The festive season is a time when many people like to raise a glass of their favourite tipple. But for some people, the pressure to have a drink, or the risk to them if they do, is difficult to cope with. We sought advice on coping at Christmas from our substance misuse services.
Christmas can cause anxiety within families where someone is living with an eating disorder. With pressure to eat lots and attend family and other social gatherings, it can be difficult not to feel anxious and overwhelmed at this time of year. Read on for some ways to make the festive period run more smoothly if you are living with ED.
On TV the Christmas holidays look like a time of happy families and great gifts; but for many people the festive season is far from perfect. If you are one of the many people who finds it difficult to cope, we offer some tips on how to manage your mental health over the Christmas period.
Colleagues from the Osmaston and Allenton Health Visiting team attended a Christmas party at Treetops Activity Centre in Alfreton where they collected Christmas presents donated by team members at DHU Health Care.
Trust service user Emily is running her Reverse Advent appeal this year to collect special items for service users in the Radbourne Unit to receive at Christmas.
Derbyshire Healthcare Heath Visitors collected a huge pile of presents for needy children in Derby when they called in on the Landau Forte College catering team
The winners were announced for the Trust's annual Delivering Excellence Awards, recognising and celebrating outstanding work from Trust colleagues and volunteers.
The latest edition of the Trust's magazine Connections has just been published and can be viewed on the website. The theme for this edition is volunteering.
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