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Volition and PSI Network are part of Forum Central

Volition (the mental health network) and the Physical and Sensory Impairment (PSI) Network are third sector, not-for-profit organisations that support people’s health and wellbeing in Leeds.

Both organisations are part of Forum Central, the health and care third sector network for Leeds. Forum Central is a partnership with Leeds Older People’s Forum and Tenfold (the Learning Disabilities Forum).

Forum Central’s combined membership stands at over 300 third sector organisations working across Leeds – large and small with membership open to all third sector organisations working in health and care in Leeds.

As partners in Forum Central, we are no longer updating the Volition website. You can now find all the news it used to feature, and lots more, on the Forum Central website: www.forumcentral.org.uk

Latest News

    

How you get news and information from us is changing. Volition is part of Forum Central, and we are now posting news, events and jobs on the Forum Central website. […]

William Merritt Disabled Living Centre is planning ahead with their extensive AccessAbility exhibition, Weds 11th Oct 10am – 3pm at the Centenary Pavilion, Leeds United Football Club Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 0ES. […]

Bereavement: Looking Forward, Instilling Hope Manchester’s 6th International Suicide Bereavement Conference One day conference: 27th September 2017 (£99+ VAT). This international conference is a collaboration between Suicide Bereavement UK and […]

A charity giving support, advice and information to carers in Leeds has won a prestigious national award. Carers Leeds has beaten more than 400 organisations from all over the UK […]

    

Helping families give their children the best start. Could you be a Home-Start volunteer and help change a family’s life?         Do you have Parenting experience/understand the […]

Do you have memory problems or dementia? Are you supporting a friend or relative with memory problems or dementia? The Memory Lane cafe is a chance to make friends with […]

On 11th May, Health for All (lead partner),  Asha Neighbourhood Project and Hamara Healthy Living Centre came together to launch a new service delivering community-based health and well-being activities across […]

The Sport and Active Lifestyles Team will be delivering a Walking for Health Walk Leader training course on Thursday 1st June  9.30am – 4pm at Tech North, Chapel Allerton, LS7. […]

Events, Classes & Learning

    

William Merritt Disabled Living Centre is planning ahead with their extensive AccessAbility exhibition, Weds 11th Oct 10am – 3pm at the Centenary Pavilion, Leeds United Football Club […]

Bereavement: Looking Forward, Instilling Hope Manchester’s 6th International Suicide Bereavement Conference One day conference: 27th September 2017 (£99+ VAT). This international conference is a collaboration […]

Do you have memory problems or dementia? Are you supporting a friend or relative with memory problems or dementia? The Memory Lane cafe is a […]

LYPFT Service User Network Event, mental health and learning disability services next meeting: Wednesday 7th June, 12.30pm – 2.30pm Speakers: Alicia Ridout; MindWell Louise Bergin: […]

Dementia Information Event for BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) communities As part of Dementia Awareness Week Touchstone in partnership with Reginald Centre and Feel […]

Vacancies

    

Oblong is a small charity with a passion for making life better in the community. They run volunteering and mental wellbeing programmes and manage the […]

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You will be responsible for providing support and advice to anyone affected by Hate Crime by telephone and electronic communication.  Excellent communication skills are essential […]

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Title:   Youth Club Support Worker Location:   The Vinery Centre, 20 Vinery Terrace, LS9 9LU Hours:   Part-time – 3 hours/week, Tuesday 5.30-8.30. Term time only to […]