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Bexhill Happy Stones

Last year, Pathways residents created some “Happy stones” to hide around Bexhill with the hope of brightening someone’s day. This mission has certainly been accomplished!

Residents of Pathways, a specialist supported housing scheme in Bexhill for people with mental health issues, originally set out to paint the stones to decorate their new book case. They decided

Latest edition of Reachout now available

The spring/summer edition of Reachout magazine is now available.

This issue contains articles about fundraising for the homeless in Chelmsford, a ‘gratitude’ board in Derek Crosfield House and much much more.

  • You can download a copy here.

 

Mental Health programme wins in this year’s Tpas Awards

Our Mental Health Peer Support programme has won the ‘Excellence in Engagement in Support and Care’ category

Our Peer Support programme offers training for customers who have had experience of mental distress and it has proven to be an excellent way of increasing the skills and confidence of those taking part. It also provides a unique type

Additional Care and Support services in Essex

Our Care and Support team has won a floating support contract covering the whole of Essex.

Essex County Council has recognised that challenges – such as welfare reforms and the increasing cost of privately rented housing – are creating an environment where housing-related support services are crucial. They have now commissioned Peabody to deliver

Celebrating Dignity Action Day

Customers from a group of our learning disability schemes in Essex came together recently to enjoy tea and cake to celebrate Dignity Action Day.

An angel in Southend

At this time of year we’re used to hearing about angels of the celestial type. But much less often do we get told of a real angel – but there’s one in Southend on Sea!

Tracie, below, works in the Southend Outreach service within Care and Support. This service supports around 5,000 customers each year with

Bexhill happy stones

"We like the fact that people may feel happy if they find a stone, we might cheer someone up if they feel down."