February is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) History Month and provides a perfect opportunity for us to explore our understanding of what being LGBT+ means, as well as show our support for colleagues, friends, family and service users who identify as part of this community. Here, Tobi explores the impact of language on gender identity and trans inclusion.
The event focused on the integration of service users and their families, in a day of sporting fun with a winter sports and Christmas theme.
David, one of our National Service User Council members, has been compiling a list of community venues that will be open on Christmas Day and offering a meal to people who are homeless, isolated or struggling this Christmas.
Dr Prun Bijral, Medical Director at change, grow, live recently presented his key findings and action points at an event in Halifax designed to maximise the opportunities offered by the 2017 Drug Strategy.
By the time we went to sleep we had raised £1,215.
As part of Recovery month North Yorkshire Horizons Selby hub had a screening of The Anonymous People at Selby town Hall.
Taith and the Emotional Wellbeing Service came together for an afternoon to throw a shindig for all who could attend.
It was our second annual party in the park and the sun decided to shine just before it started at noon.
The atmosphere along the whole walk was brilliant and everyone was enjoying themselves.
Each and every competitor I watched was actively trying to improve themselves, to change their lives for the better, to make something positive out of something painful.