Dim ond ar ochr Saesneg ein gwefan mae newyddion ac eitemau eraill sy'n cael eu diweddaru'n gyson ar gael ar hyn o bryd.
Family Well-being Worker Hours: 16 hrs per week Salary: £18,870 pro rata Location: Brecon and district area, based in Brecon Contact : Zoe Porter/Clare Searle on 01874 611529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Community Well-being Worker Hours: 10 hrs per week Salar
Powys (Safeguarding) Local Operational Group (Adults and Children) - Improvement and Assurance Board...11 Gorffennaf 2018
A copy of the Improvement and Assurance Board Bulletin (edition 3) is available here in English and Welsh. It will update you on the position and progress being made regarding Children and Adult Services and Corporate Governance and Leadership.
Read what has happened so far in this important review of mental health services.
The Elan Links project is currently running in the Elan Valley, near Rhayader, Powys and creates opportunities for people to access bespoke well-being woodland activities, woodland skills training courses, week-long intensive training in sector specific activities, mentoring, work placemen
What do you think of mental health services in Powys? Complete a short survey to feed in your views to the reps sitting on the Powys Mental Health Planning & Development Partnership.
The Welsh Government is aware that Brexit is causing some anxiety amongst many migrant communities in Wales. Officials from the Equality Team are drawing up as comprehensive a list as possible of migrant support groups / associations / clubs, so they can better reassure residents about their status,
Watch our video: representatives from the farming community talk to the Big Cheeses from Powys Teaching Health Board about mental health services in the county.
Have your say on the plan which sets out long term priorities and improvements in Powys.
Could you help shape the future of Ponthafren Association? We're currently looking for new Trustees. The roles are voluntary, but immensely rewarding in terms of impact on mental health services in North Powys. Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each