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Domestic Violence & FGM Specialist - Closing Date 1st September

Source By: Hackney Women's Haven

£27,000- £29,000 pro rata  |  17.5 hours a week  |  Closing Date : 1st September 2017

Job Description & Person Spec  | Job Application |  Equal Opportunities Form

Co-occurring mental health, and alcohol and drug use conditions

PHE has published guidance on commissioning and providing better care for people with co-occurring mental health, and alcohol and drug use conditions. The guidance is aimed at commissioners and providers of mental health and alcohol and drug treatment services. It's also suitable for support services that have contact with people with co-occurring conditions. The guidance supports implementation of the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and represents an action from the Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat national action plan.

WEA courses at Day-Mer_Black Struggle & Kurdish language

Source By: Day-Mer

Please find attached leaflets for two Workers Educational Association courses to be delivered at Day-Mer Turkish & Kurdish Community Centre from September for 12 weeks titled:

Black People’s Long Struggle Against Racism in America


Kurdish Language and Culture



The New Age Games Programme (Sept 17 - March 18)

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The New Age Games programme is a free Council activity programme supported by Sport England, which provides accessible and varied opportunities to Hackney residents aged 50 plus. Now in its 6th year, the new term of activities will provides many of the existing user favourites including off-road cycling, tennis, soca aerobics, fit to tone, chair-based activity and yoga, plus newly introduced swing dance and table tennis.  

Programme registration details can also be accessed at  For furtherinformation please contact Darren English on 020 8356 487 or email:

Fit 4 Health – Specialist Exercise after Stroke scheme is an established free community based service positioned at the final stage of rehabilitation and re-enablement in health and social care. It supports individuals in the maintenance of healthy lifestyle changes and the subsequent transition to independent living. The programme is designed to meet the long-term effects of stroke and the varied and wide-ranging exercise needs of stroke and TIA sufferers.

If you or someone you know has suffered a stroke and would like to attend the scheme or find out more information, contact Hackney Leisure & Physical Activity Team on 020 8356 5285/4897 or  / or visit


Visit for a range of walking opportunities including weekly walks, themed walks, Nordic walking and the active 10 app which tracks all your walking and rewards your progress. Alternatively contact Surbjit Mahey on 020 8356 7459 or email


Bikery Evaluation report

Source By: The Centre for Better Health

Click here for the report

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