There are lots of interesting newsletters out there at the moment, so we thought we would link to some of them here.
Age Cymru Powys
Information & Advice here
Scams Newsletter here
You can download the latest copy of the magazine Living with Dementia here.
Bronllys Wellbeing Park Community Land Trust (Ltd)
Bronllys Wellbeing Park - You can read 'The Vision' here.
Calan DVS - working to end domestic violence and abuse
You can visit their website here
Cardiff & Vale Action for Mental Health
You can read the latest CAVAMH newsletter, which is called Sefyll News, here.
Credu Connecting Carers (formerly Powys Carers)
You can read the latest Credu Connecting Carers news here.
Dementia Matters in Powys
Further information can be found here
You can download the latest edition of Diverse News here.
You can download the latest news from Mental Health Wales here.
Innovations in Dementia
You can download their latest news here.
Local Government Association
An article on wellbeing and resilience at work here.
Mental Health Foundation
You can download the latest issue of Talkback here.
Mental Health Today
You can read the latest news from the website here.
You can download the latest MPM news bulletin from the organisation's website here.
Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative
You can read the latest news from MWHC here.
You can read the latest Participation Cymru newsletter here.
Powys Citizens Advice Bureau
You can read the latest Powys CAB news here.
Public Health Network Cymru
You can read the latest Mental Health news here.
Royal College of Psychiatrists in Wales
You can read the latest news here.
You can download the latest Unllais quarterly newsletter - North Wales Mental Health News - from the organisation's website here.
Welsh Ambulance Services
You can download Network News, the newsletter from the Patient Engagement & Community Involvement team here.
You can find the latest news from Welsh Government relating to mental health services - here.
Welsh Government - Together for Children & Young People
You can read the latest newsletters about this WG initiative to improve the emotional and mental health of children & young people:
Welsh Psychiatric Society
You can link to their latest news here.
There are some commercially produced magazines relating to mental health and wellbeing that are free to read online so we are linking to them here:
Happiful's aim is to provide informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and wellbeing. They want to break the stigma of mental health in our society, and to shine a light on the positivity and support that should be available for everyone, no matter their situation. Read the magazine online here.
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