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International Security Officers Day

24 July marks International Security Officers Day. The date specifically chosen to represent the 24/7 nature of security work, work that provides the reassurance to each and everyone of us to carry out our daily routine with a little less worry.

Monday, 19 July 2021

Annual Public Meeting 9 September

We are pleased to invite you to our Annual Public Meeting which will be held on the 9 September, from 5:30pm (login from 5:00).

The event will be a chance for us to look back over the last 12 months and share some of our achievements and challenges.

Monday, 28 June 2021

Burntwood Lane entrance closed at Springfield: Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July 2021

Our construction partners Sir Robert McApline will be closing parts of the Burntwood Lane entrance (see map below) to vehicular traffic at Springfield on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July 2021 to undertake essential roadworks.

Share Community art exhibition

Share Community, a local charity supporting adults with learning disabilities, is delighted to take part in the Wandsworth Arts Fringe for the first time this year. Their exhibition, No Limitations, showcases an eclectic range of artwork produced exclusively by students on Share’s arts programme.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021

South West London and St George’s shortlisted for award by Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

It was announced this month that South West London and St George’s Agile Working Programme has been shortlisted for a 2021 CIPD award in the category of ‘Best Flexible Working Initiative’.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Your chance to shape our new 5 Year Digital Strategy

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In 2022 the Trust be launching our new 5 Year Digital Strategy, which will shape the direction of transformation for the Trust. The key theme of the Digital Strategy is digital inclusivity and codesign - so we need you to support us in outlining the key priorities and digital ambitions of the Trust and address the ways in which they can be achieved.

Adolescent Outreach Team celebrate being recognised as Safeguarding Stars

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust’s Adolescent Outreach Team is celebrating today (22 June) after being hailed as Safeguarding Stars by NHS England.

The Trust partners with Fulham FC Foundation for Mental Health in Sport workshop

Join us for this online workshop on Wednesday 23rd June 7-8pm to discuss mental health in sport and reducing stigma around men's mental health with Sport Psychology Consultant Danny Holmes 

South London mental health trusts, CCGs and councils pledge support for local pandemic recovery

NHS mental health Trusts and councils promised action to limit the pandemic’s long-term impact on the wellbeing of south Londoners at a virtual community summit this week.

Around 500 community leaders and members of the public joined the virtual event on Wednesday evening to hear public sector leaders make a series of specific pledges at the climax of South London Listens, a listening campaign that started last year. More than 5,700 people told community leaders about the pandemic-related pressures on them and those they care about in 1-1 and group meetings.

South London Listens: NHS survey reveals toll of Covid-19 on south Londoners' mental health

An NHS survey has revealed the toll the Covid-19 pandemic has taken on south Londoners’ mental health – and the difficulty many have had in accessing support.

Almost half of the 577 people who took part said they have experienced depressive symptoms during the pandemic while 42% reported feelings of anxiety. However, the numbers of people accessing support for such conditions barely rose over the last 15 months - almost half (48%) did not know how to do so. The survey suggests that this information gap is particularly significant amongst people aged 18-34.

Raffle: Your chance to view Springfield Village from the air!

As you will be aware the skyline of our estate has been dominated by huge cranes deployed by Sir Robert McAlpine since work began in January 2020.

We are delighted to be able to launch a raffle for you to take the 35 metre walk to the very top and to see our transforming estate from the air.

Infant Mental Health Awareness Week and Carers Week

7 June 2021 marks the start of Infant Mental Health Awareness Week and Carers Week. The annual campaigns are marked by a week long timetable of activities and events to raise awareness for both important causes. The Trust will be running a week long program of events for both Infant Mental Health Awareness Week and Carers Week.

Tuesday, 01 June 2021

Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Pride Month 2021

Pride month, celebrated in June, is a month dedicated to celebrating all LGBTQIA+ people and communities around the world. The first ever LGBTQIA+ Pride was organised in New York by Brenda Howard (known as “The Mother of Pride) in 1970, a year after The Stonewall Inn in New York was raided by the police on 28 June 1969, which resulted in protests and riots in favour of LGBTQIA+ rights.

Covid-19: Urgent community summit to prevent a mental health crisis

Community leaders join forces with South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust to take urgent action to prevent a mental health crisis caused by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.  

On Wednesday 16 June 2021, community leaders, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust and the South West London Integrated Care System will be hosting an urgent community summit between 6-8pm to share the top priorities for a two-year action plan. 

Coral Mental Health Crisis Hub to launch on 1 June

From June 1 2021, the Trust’s ‘Coral Mental Health Crisis Hub’ will be operational, providing mobile mental health crisis support to people across South West London.  

Following news shared earlier this year on the development of the Trust’s crisis pathway, it will shortly complete its transition into Coral, a mobile crisis response service supporting those in crisis to be cared for away from A&E or an acute mental health facility.

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