1. Support at Christmas

    Posted on 18 December 2015

    Christmas can be a really challenging time of year for many of us and living with a mental health problem can make coping even more difficult. To those of you who might be struggling, or supporting someone who is struggling, MIND have put together a list of some of the ways you can find support and information during the holidays.

  2. Survivor Art Exhibition 2017

    Posted on 19 October 2017

    FREE EVENT A mixture of arts, all coming from people who are survivors of abuse. The power of art to speak where words can't is astounding. Come along and witness this amazing event. Be apart of something great.

  3. Commissioner Provides Support for Deaf People in Police Custody

    Posted on 15 May 2015

    Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire has commissioned a video which has been produced by the Cheshire Deafness Support Network to support detainees who are profoundly Deaf until a trained interpreter arrives to support them.

  4. Teenage Relationship Abuse Campaign - Disrespect NoBody

    Posted on 29 March 2016

    The campaign is aimed at 12 to 18 year old boys and girls with the aim of preventing them from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships by encouraging young people to re-think their views of violence, abuse, controlling behaviour and what consent means within their relationships.

  5. Restorative Justice

    Posted on 29 March 2016

    The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) has published new guidance on restorative justice for police and crime commissioner candidates. The RJC’s Chief Executive Officer Jon Collins said: “Ensuring the widespread availability of restorative justice should be at the forefront of every PCC’s agenda. It both supports offender rehabilitation and puts victims at the centre of the criminal justice process”.