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Rosalie Ryrie Foundation

We have recieved support from our lovely clients donating toys and childrens gifts. In turn we were able to support another local charity Eastmoor Community Project. Dawn had the honour of delivering the toy parcel to them.


 

PLEASE PHONE ON 01924 315140 OR

EMAIL AT info@rosalieryriefoundation.com

WE WILL CONTACT YOU BACK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE


West Yorkshire and Harrogate

Health and Care Partnership

Grief and Loss Support Service

Tel: 0808 196 3833

Email: greifandlossswyh.co.uk

The West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership Grief and Loss Support Service is for anyone suffering any form of grief and loss, or those worried about losing someone, whether this relates to a family member, friend or member of their community” – so it’s for anybody, including children and young people. Doesn’t have to relate to a relative either, it can be about anyone they’re aware of in whatever community they’re worried about, be it school / college, neighbourhood, or anything else.


 

Exploring Collections at the Mental Health Museum in Wakefield

Outside In is partnering with the Mental Health Museum to deliver a completely free 10-session online course (Zoom) where participants will be supported by an experienced tutor and staff from the museum to explore, research and respond to the museum’s collections of patient created artwork. The course is part of a larger, nationwide project that aims to look at reinterpreting collections of patient created artwork, encouraging people to see those with their own lived experience of mental health issues as experts in this area.

 

The course begins in March, and the deadline for applications is 9am, Friday 29 January 2021. For more information on the course, please visit: https://outsidein.org.uk/news/patient-artwork-project-mental-health-museum-wakefield/

 

We will be running a free online information session where anyone who is interested can find out more on Tuesday 19 January, 11am – 1pm. To register for this event, please visit: https://outsidein.org.uk/events/information-session-for-the-patient-artwork-project-at-the-mental-health-museum-wakefield/

24 HOUR MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

24-hour mental health helpline

A new 24-hour mental health helpline has been launched, offering confidential help and advice, to anyone registered with a GP in Calderdale, Kirklees, Wakefield, Leeds and Barnsley.

Phone number: 0800 183 0558

The new service will support people who are:

  • At risk of developing mental health problems.
  • Diagnosed common mental health problems.
  • Known to mental health services.
  • Experiencing mental health distress.
  • Seeking information, advice and support.

The service will provide a listening ear, emotional support, advice and signposting to other local services for both individuals and their carers. The provider, NCHA, will respond to urgent concerns and operate within a recovery model, ensuring callers’ benefit from an effective intervention, in line with local mental health support pathways.

Rosalie Ryrie Foundation is unique in the field of supporting people living with Domestic Abuse including coercive control. Teen to parent/carer abuse, behaviour management and parent support in Wakefield. It exists to improve the lives of family members in destructive relationships living with past or present Domestic Abuse by giving individuals’ safety and freedom from fear and domestic abuse. We develop assertiveness, self-esteem and confidence to enable freedom of choice.

https://rosalie_ryrie_foundation_ltd.charitycheckout.co.uk/donate


APPOINTMENTS ONLY - PLEASE PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT

Rosalie Ryrie Foundation, a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales with company number 7762294 and registered charity number 1150419.

Registered office address: 69 Brunswick Street, Wakefield, WF1 4PA

The service provides group and individual sessions for men, women, children, singles, families and same sex couples of all ethnic origins to understand behaviours whether they be aggressive, conforming or teen violence against parents. Domestic abuse includes aggressive and conforming behaviours, whatever form, are learnt and we work with all parties to change mind-sets and behaviours. The results are successfully breaking destructive abusive behaviour patterns within families, enabling these families to have positive relationships and futures. We specifically look at aggressive, abusive and conforming behaviours in domestic abuse such as: physical, verbal and emotional abuse, domestic abuse, learnt behaviours, conforming behaviours and parenting issues, child to parent violence, including lack of boundaries.

Our aim is to  break the cycle of abusive and conforming behaviours.

The Rosalie Ryrie Foundation would like to thank all clients, public and professionals for their ongoing support to the foundation. The foundation would also like to thank their funders for past, present and continued support which is invaulable.

Wakefield CCG Future in Mind project, Brelms Trust, Wakefield West, Allen Lane Foundation, Wakefield Police and Crime Comissioner, Coalfield Regeneration Trust, Future Builders, Awards for All, Founders Family, Tudor Trust, Wakefield Community Chest, Wakefield Council Family Services, Community Improvement Fund District Wide, Community First, Asda, Rothwell Lions Club, Pontefract Lioness Club, Rotary Club of Wakefield, Wakefield Probus Club, Wakefield Soroptimists, Howdens Joinery and donations from services users and the public.