Warwickshire Mental Health Service Information during the COVID-19 outbreak

Useful information for all providers and members of the public during the COVID-19 outbreak.

New digital portal to strengthen safeguarding guidance for charities

The Government has launched a new online portal that will strengthen its support to charities handling safeguarding concerns or allegations.

Carers Rights Day

carers rights day

Thursday 21 November 2019 is Carers Rights Day, with the theme "Helping you find your way". We are supporting one of our Partners, Warwickshire County Council, to promote the following objectives alongside the National Charity, Carers UK:

  1. To ensure carers are aware of their rights
  2. To ensure carers know where to get help and support from
  3. To ensure that everyone is aware of the needs of carers

NEW Strategic Plan for Warwickshire Safeguarding

Warwickshire Safeguarding has introduced a new model for safeguarding which allows it to develop a family focused approach to working across the wider policy and partnership landscape.

Warwickshire's Hate Crime Annual Report Published

As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, the Warwickshire Hate Crime Annual Report for 2019 has been published, outlining the picture of hate in the county from the last 12 months.

From August 2018 to July 2019, Warwickshire Police had 839 reports of hate offences, equating to a 1% rise year-on-year.

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