News! CAMHS Advisers

CAMHS Specialist Community Advisers 
Mental health support for professionals working with children and young people. 

Who are we?

CAMHS Specialist Community Advisers are a team of qualified professionals who are all experienced in working in the field of child and adolescent mental health.

We are;

- A range of professional backgrounds including nursing and social work

- Located within a range of community bases in the High Peak and Dales and in Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire

- Able to work flexibly in terms of time and location to meet the needs of the local area.

What are our aims? 

The key aims of the service is to provide support and advise to practitioners who are concerned about the mental health of a child or young person. 

We aim to:

- Work alongside first contact agencies in Health, Education, Social Services and the Voluntary Sector to strengthen mental health services for children and adolescents.

- Support and empower professionals to extend their range of skills and knowledge in mental health issues.

- Enhance the current early, preventative and mental health promotion projects and services

What do we offer? 

-Confidential consultation, advice and support on child and adolescent mental health issues. 

- Access to North Derbyshire Access Point (NDAP) - a multi agency weekly meeting aimed at identifying the most appropriate support service for a child or young person who is exhibiting non urgent mental health or emotional difficulties. 

- Attendance at multi agency and professionals meetings where mental health concerns are being questioned.

- Training in child and adolescent mental health issues to promote the positive mental health of children and young people.

 

Who can access the team?
-GPs
-Multi Agency Team Members 
-Health Visitors 
-School Nurses
-Teachers and Pastoral staff
-Education Support Services 
-Social Workers
-Voluntary agencies 
-Any other agency or professional working with children and young people 

How can you contact us?

High Peak and Dales: Sam Jones
Tel: 07900 243 578
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Chesterfield South and Central: Liz Stephens
Tel: 07795 354 988
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Chesterfield North, Staveley and Brimington: Natalya Van Steenbergen
Tel: 07766 697 967
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Bolsover District: Sophie Tipple
Tel: 07825 995 967
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Dronfield, Eckington and Clowne: Marie North
Tel: 07899 962 773 
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News! Bolsover TV

If you haven't already heard, Bolsover District Council now have their own TV channel! It is aired every two weeks to show what has been going on in the district and what's to come.

The Channel is not just about what Bolsover District Council are doing; but about the district and it's communities. It is a great way to showcase what is happening, what community groups are available for people to join, tourist attractions on offer and what businesses are doing and what events are taking place. 

The latest programme on Bolsover TV has now gone live. In this episode we look at a Whitwell diner that offers visitors a bistro experience, the redevelopment of the former Coalite site, the second phase of the Bolsover Partnership's Business Growth Fund, how a new leisure facility in Creswell has took a step closer to becoming reality and a round up of events across the upcoming weeks. 

If you are interested in or know of someone that would like to be featured on a future episode of Bolsover TV, then please contact Scott Chambers;
Tel: 01246 242323/217692 
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Alternatively complete this online form. 

 

Bolsover TV's latest episode...

Employment! BCVS Service Manager

Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service (BCVS)

37.5 hours per week

Salary: £32,004

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to join a dynamic and growing charity? BCVS is a local infrastructure support and development organisation for the Voluntary and Community Sector in Bassetlaw, North Nottinghamshire.

The new role of Service Manager will be responsible for the development and delivery of a diverse range of services and projects for communities, third sector organisations and other partners. In addition, they will have responsibility for managing and developing a team of staff and building relationships with stakeholders. 

The successful candidate will have an appetite for innovation and achieving excellence within a highly productive organisation and have strong organisational, communication and ICT skills.

All applications should be submitted on the BCVS Application Form and emailed to Giveny Garton on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - please note, CV's will NOT be accepted or considered for the post.

 

Closing Date: 12:00pm on Wednesday 28th August 2019

Interview Date: Wednesday 11th September 2019 

 

To view the Job Description and Application Form click here. 

News! Get Help with Universal Credit

Get help applying for Universal Credit

 

For individuals who need help to claim universal credit with support through to first accurate payment.

 

National Helpline (8am - 6pm)
0800 144 8 444

Local Telephone - 01246 246311
Monday (9am - 1pm)
Tuesday (9am - 1pm)
Wednesday (9am - 2pm)
Thursday (9am - 5pm)

Drop in sessions
Staveley Library (Monday 2pm - 4:30pm)
Dronfield Library (Tuesday 2pm - 4:30pm)
The Arc, Clowne (Tuesday and Thursday 2pm - 4pm)
Bolsover Contact Centre (Wednesday 10am - 2pm)
The Hub, South Normanton (Wednesday and Friday 2pm - 4pm)
Chesterfield Library (Friday 9:30am - 11:30am)

 

You can also contact us via webchat.

News! One Million Mentors

1MM are looking for people to carry out free training and volunteer to mentor young people between the ages of 14-25. 

1MM aim is to ensure that every young person in the country has access to a trained mentor as they transition into adulthood. We believe that facilitating and investigating in mentors will help to address the skills gap agenda and improve social cohesion. 

To become a 1MM, you need to be 25 or over. You need to be either a professional/retired professional, be prepared to give one hour, per month for twelve months and complete our mandatory online training. 


To join as a mentor click here. 

To view job opportunities click here. 

To partner with us click here. 

To support us click here. 

Employment! Funding Officer

Funding Officer
Location: Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
Hours: 37 per week, part time will be considered
Salary: £21,315 per annum and generous benefits
Contract: Maternity cover for 1 year
External secondment welcome

 

Are you a confident communicator who enjoys working with people?

Do you see the potential in ideas as well as the challenges?

Are you passionate about your community?

 

What are we looking for? 

We are looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and experiences who are passionate about making a difference through our funding and who really understand the communities we work with. 

 

You will have:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and confidence to operate in a wide range of environments
  • Ability to build and maintain excellent relationships
  • Ability to manage your own workload with minimal supervision
  • Sound numerical skills
  • Sound IT skills
  • Confidence to use your judgement, take initiative and challenge when appropriate 

 

What we have to offer:

We seek to develop our staff an offer a wide range of personal development opportunities. We offer a wide range of generous benefits including;

  • Generous annual leave and company pension scheme
  • Flexible working to support staff with their work/life balance
  • Enhanced paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave 
  • Season ticket and cycle to work loans 
  • Paid volunteering leave 
  • Childcare vouchers 

 

To apply online and find further details about the role, our application process, the Fund's work, and our range of excellent benefits, please click here. 

If you would like to have an informal chat with the Funding Manager for Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, please contact Marc Lupson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date: Sunday 9 June 2019 
Interview date: week commencing 17 June 2019 

News! Gardening Volunteers Wanted

Can you help us get our bowling green looking at its best for the community? 

The grass requires a weekly cut for the bowlers and we would like to plant lots of flowers to really brighten up the place. We also have a large poly-tunnel and we would love to set up a community gardening project.

We welcome your ideas and help!

To volunteer or for more information please contact;

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Tel: 01246 731189

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