September 2016 news archive

Sexual health services in Greenwich are changing

Sexual health services in Greenwich are changing from 1 October to make it even easier for people to access these services in a way that suits them best.

Published on 30th September 2016

From acorns mighty oaks grow…

An inspirational vision created by children has helped to shape the look and feel of Acorns, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust’s new purpose-built centre for children and young people’s ...

Published on 29th September 2016

Celebrate World Mental Health Day 2016

We have joined forces with partners from across Greenwich for a major celebration in General Gordon Square in Woolwich on Saturday 8 October to mark World Mental Health Day.

Published on 28th September 2016

Re-shaping of services presented to governors

Our Governors learned about proposed re-shaping of our Adult Mental health and Learning Disability Rehabilitation Service at the Council of Governors meeting on 15 September.

Published on 22nd September 2016

Annual Members’ Meeting and Family Health Festival a great success

Creative children, green-fingered kids and young cooks enjoyed our Annual Members’ Meeting and family health festival at the weekend.

More than 200 people joined us at Townley Grammar School to ...

Published on 20th September 2016

You are invited to the 2016 Annual Members’ Meeting

Join us for a family health festival alongside our Annual Members' Meeting in Bexleyheath.

Our theme this year will be Children, Young People and Family Health. We will be moving ...

Published on 2nd September 2016

Did you know we have our own football club?

Greenwich FC started 10 years ago, after service users and therapists thought it would be good for their wellbeing.

Published on 1st September 2016