NAViGO are the only North of England provider to be performing 'better than expected' in this year’s Care Quality Commission report.
Mike Reeve (Deputy Chief Executive), Janine Smith (Chief Operating Officer) and Anna Morgan (Executive Director of Corporate Services) have all taken new roles on the NAViGO board.
Crewed by trained clinicians and support workers, the vehicle will respond to calls where there is a mental health concern providing alternative transport to an ambulance or police car for people who may need help with their emotional health.
Together, they will be delivering Knowledge Understanding Framework training – a programme designed to standardise knowledge and practices in the diagnosis and treatment of Boederline Personality Disorder.
The model was the winner in the Suicide Prevention category, while Rharian Fields was highly-commended in the Eating Disorders section.
"NAViGO is a fantastic organisation with dedicated, professional staff. I am confident we have lots to build on. I am confident we have a positive future."
Successful British swimmer and Olympic gold champion Rebecca Adlington will talk about overcoming adversity, social media abuse and her personal mental health experience.
In partnership with Shout, the service offers free, confidential 24/7 text messaging support for anyone who is struggling to cope.
Co-owner Danny Smith made the decision after experiencing a mental health crisis and receiving care from our Harrison House team.
NAViGO is joining other health care organisations, leading charities and trusts in encouraging the public to make a series of personal pledges to keep themselves and each other protected from coronavirus.
While COVID-19 restrictions are ending in many settings in England, safety measures will remain in place at all NAViGO sites across North East Lincolnshire.
The boards of Care4All and NAViGO have granted their approval for a potential merger, to create a new wholly owned subsidiary of NAViGO.
Launching at the start of Pride Month, the scheme is a way to show service users that we’re an open, non-judgmental and inclusive healthcare provider.
Helping to prevent surplus food from going to waste, the new partnership means food that hasn’t sold will be available to food app users to rescue.
After identifying service users who may potentially have become more vulnerable as a result of Covid-19, staff members provided practical and emotional support to ease stress and anxiety.
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week focuses on ‘connecting with nature’, and we know more than most how outdoor pursuits can benefit health and wellbeing.