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About SNfMH

We’re a small, but perfectly formed team, dedicated to supporting communities in Staffordshire with their mental health.

Staffordshire Network for Mental Health (SNfMH) was formed in 2003, initially covering the six districts within South Staffordshire. As the need for mental health support grew, we adapted to meet demand and now cover the entire county of Staffordshire.

Every Mind Matters: Building Brighter Futures

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Our Story

We are very proud to have successfully delivered several contracts for Staffordshire and Shropshire County Councils and local NHS trusts, as well as working with individuals and businesses with mental health support services.

We have a core team who are based at our Lichfield office, as well as our Project Leaders who carry out their work in the community. We’re also fortunate enough to have an army of volunteers who help out as and when required with different projects throughout the year, from helping on our community allotment to providing content for our social media platforms.

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In 2016 we won National Lottery funding, which enabled us to provide Toolbox, a flagship service to encourage individuals to recognise and identify their own emotional strengths and weaknesses - and understand the support network around them.

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Our Military Mindset programme supports military veterans and families with their particular struggles, linking with specialists to provide PTSD therapies, and a mentoring programme in which our team of volunteers are equipped with increased skills - and confidence – to help veterans return to the world of work after their military service ends.

Looking ahead,

Staffordshire Network for Mental Health will continue, subject to funding, to provide similar vital free services to the population of Staffordshire, supplemented by offering accredited training and workshops to the small and medium business community.

We will continue to evolve as community needs change and NHS mental health service gaps are identified.

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