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Celebrating our volunteers

May 18

CLEAR volunteer coordinator Abi blogs about the upcoming Volunteering Fair in Huddersfield and future plans for the CLEAR volunteering department

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Workplace stress

May 18

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year is Stress : are we coping? Chief Executive Ruth blogs about stress in the workplace and how Community Links seeks to address and reduce stress.

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Me and the Menopause

March 18

In this blog for International Women's Day, Hazel blogs about an issue that isn't often talked about but can have a huge impact on the lives of many women - the menopause.

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Apprenticeships in practice

March 18

Our Apprentices Abbie and Emma share their experience of Apprenticeships for National Apprenticeship week (5-9th March)

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Social Media and Mental Health

February 18

In this blog, Marketing and Communications Officer Liz looks at the impact of social media on our mental health and wellbeing, particularly in relation to young people.

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Irrepressible Optimists

January 18

In her first blog of the new year, Chief Exec Ruth reflects on the past year at Community Links and trends from the Third Sector generally.

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Managing Anger

January 18

Clear support worker Jordan writes about the Anger Management group he facilitates and asks former service user Neil about his experience of the Clear Anger Management course.

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365 Days of Action

November 17

Our Safeguarding Lead Will blogs about the White Ribbon and 16 Days of Action campaigns and why organisations must show their support and implement strong policies in relation to domestic violence.

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Running for Positive Mental Health

November 17

Our Director of Finance and Business Support Martin is a big advocate of running and its many health benefits, particularly in relation to good mental health. He share his reasons why in this blog.

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