Falkirk and District Association for Mental Health
Falkirk and District Association for Mental Health

Charity registered in Scotland SC011889

We are a well established local mental health charity based in Falkirk. We offer a variety of services supporting service users and carers and are committed to involving them in all aspects of what we do.


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Central Spark Recovery Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £22,000 pro-rata
  • Central Falkirk
  • Closing 28th February 2019

We are looking for a Recovery Coordinator to join our successful team.

The primary function of the Recovery Coordinator is to coordinate the day to day operation of Central Spark. With a friendly attitude, you will be able to engage people and make them feel at ease. Along with experience of working with adults with reduced psychological wellbeing/mental ill health, you will have experience of conducting detailed assessments of individual needs and devise Personal Development Plans (PDP’s). You will support clients to reach their individual objectives and continually monitor progress against their PDP.

This post requires a person with considerable experience, excellent communication and listening skills and the ability to be alert to changes in people’s mood, manner, demeanour and respond appropriately.

Shortlist

Volunteering

Gardening Group Lead Volunteer

At Postcode

Conservation / Gardening

7th January 2019

In association with DIG in Falkirk we have the opportunity to adopt a garden bed in the High Street in Falkirk to design, plant and maintain it throughout the year. Support, tools and advice is provided, . As well as our aim to reduce social isolation for those who attend, it … Read more

Community Fundraising Volunteer

At Postcode

Fundraising

12th October 2017

Some of the roles a fundraising volunteer can become involved in include attending our fundraising events, attend charity collection days, carrying a collection bucket, selling raffle tickets or merchandise, looking after a stall, handing out flyers, selling refreshments etc. … Read more

Befriending - Theatre Group

In Your Local Community

Befriending / Mentoring

1st January 2017

The theatre group consists of a small group of older people who enjoy attending a variety of shows. Due to either their social isolation, or some physical barriers they may have, the group members are unable to go to the theatre by themselves. To be able to see their joy in going… Read more

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