A key part of the vision for Re-Instate is the provision of employment services that build sustainable recovery for people experiencing mental ill-health.
News August 2017...
This week our fabulous W-rap team delivered Well-being , Recovery, Activity Parcels to South London and The Maudsley Hospital as part of a year long project funded through their ‘Smile’ Campaign. People going home from hospital, long and short stay patients will benefit from the packs. We are delighted to be featured in the hospitals newsletter.
News 19 May 2017...
Re-Instates Employment Service has now relocated to Belvedere Community Centre. Phones should be up and running over the next week. In the meantime you can contact the employment team on their mobiles and messages for Simon, Alex and Kevin can be left at the Community Hub Tel: 01322 438155. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to seeing you at our new office in the heart of the local community!
Community Hub Grand Opening: On Friday 28th April Re-Instate celebrated the one year anniversary of our new Community Hub in West Street, Erith. The Hub was officially opened by Teresa Pearce MP and offered people an opportunity to find out more about our new services, connect with the community, business leaders and stakeholders. A huge thank you to everyone who attended. Thanks also goes to Greggs, Hovis Bakery, Crumbs Bakery, Jason the Greengrocer, Northumberland Heath Post Office and Little Madeleines who made some fantastic donations to help support the event.
Re-Instates W-rap Project joins Facebook. Funded by South London and the Maudsley Hospitals Smile Campaign, our social enterprise project ‘W-rap’ (Well-being, recovery, activity parcels) is now on Facebook. If you are a Facebooker please give us a like and share our page https://www.facebook.com/WRAPREINSTATE/?ref=settings.
On 8th September thirteen people from Re-Instate went on a trip with a difference. The Masonic Fishing Society of Kent very kindly donated a day’s 1to1 fly fishing coaching to us. The day included a fishing competition, BBQ, medal ceremony and the chance for everyone to learn a new skill and spend a day relaxing in the countryside. A great well-being activity. And yes, the photo below WAS actually taken in the Re-Instate office!
Four of our volunteers, Nizam Badshah, Michaela Woolhouse, Adam Bassant and Martin Weller were recently honoured in Bexley’s first ever Volunteering Awards. Run by BVSC and the London Borough of Bexley, local volunteers were celebrated as part of the National Year of the Volunteer.We are delighted that Niz won ‘Young Volunteer of the Year’.
Re-Instate has recently moved into a brand new building (our first move since 1966!). Our new Community Hub is based in Erith, Kent. We continue to operate our Social Enterprise and also offer cost effective training space and room hire for community groups and organisations. ‘Basils’ our new refreshment centre is opening soon and is staffed by people gaining valuable work experience and accredited training in safer food handling, customer service and much more. By working closely with every individual, existing skills are identified and encouraged using person centred models of supported employment. New skills are developed through accredited training in partnership with The Learning Centre Bexley and other providers.
St. Johns Church Community Hall
194 West St, Erith DA8 1AN
Belvedere Community Centre
Mitchell Cl, Belvedere DA17 6AA
Delighted to be part of @Tesco_London @groundworkuk #BagsofHelp project. Children and young people will now benefit from our W-rap's (Well-being, recovery, activity, parcels). Find out more.... https://t.co/RjaDZVFDL4 https://t.co/IYZ0LX4ZkX