We want to be the best we can be when we deliver our suicide prevention training and our evaluations to date have always been very positive. But these evaluations had Read More
The Waiting Room (TWR) Resource Key provides an alternative approach to taking control of our own health and well-being – it does this by providing a virtual bridge between services Read More
The Waiting Room Resource Key – A mobile friendly directory for services across Birmingham. We are mobile friendly and work with all devices, from handheld…
Suicide is one of the last big taboos’ in modern day society; a phenomenon that affects so many people in our communities in so many ways and yet has not…
Times are hard. Organisations are having to tighten their financial belts but are still expected to deliver best quality services to the greatest number of people. To make this happen, delivery agencies have…
Life can be hard…but for some, because of particular circumstances, and more often than not, through no fault of their own, life can be much harder still.
Men are struggling. They find it hard to engage with existent mainstream health and social care services and often would prefer to suffer in silence than seek help.
Since our last newsletter Forward for Life, Common Unity, Nottingham City Council, Think2Speak and Suicide Bereavement UK have joined the NSPA
Common Unity attended the Zero Suicide event, this event provided information on the Zero Suicide approach and considered how it could be implemented locally.
Guest Writer for ManMade // Pete Trainor It’s been a week since ManMade | The Conference at Himley Hall nr. Dudley there’s been a lot to think about.
We hope you have your ticket ready for Man Made the Conference June 13th 2016! with just 4 days to go, there are very limited spaces available…
Common Unity have developed the very first mobile support directory, giving its user direct access to support services anywhere.
UPSTREAM SOLUTIONS FOR COMMUNITY WELLBEING Life can be hard…but for some, because of particular circumstances, and more often than not, through no fault of their own, life can be much harder still.
Accessing information to specific services can be difficult at the best of times. In modern day life, digital technology plays an increasing role in ensuring up to date information is at our fingertips.
Why not download a copy of the ManMade news issue one or better yet visit the manmade.org.uk #ukManMade Newsletter Download the full version of the ManMade newsletter here Why no
Common Unity Social Enterprise Is a Health and Social Care organisation specialising in working on mental health and well-being with ‘hard to reach’ communities.
Suicide kills 6500 people across the UK each year. Three quarters of all suicides are by men. Benefit Streets’ Dee Kelly talks to Birmingham based Forward For Life
BBC West Midlands 95.6 presenter Dan Kelly talks about suicide within your communities and ways of preventing them with the help of Common Unity…
Common Unity were approached by the Royal Society for Public Health to be highlighted as a best practice example of an organisation that empowers communities
Suicides devastate communities and supporting those bereaved by suicide is a mammoth task in its own right. With over 6000 people each year taking their own lives Read More
What we do to prevent suicide in the United Kingdom A brief insight into the work of Forward For Life and Common Unity Social Enterprise through the suicide prevention Read More
Sandwell Borough Council have commissioned Common Unity to help them achieve a suicide safer community. Over the next 3 years Common Unity
Common Unity & Forward For Life speak live on BBC WM 95.6 on the topic of suicide and suicide prevention. Common Unity, Forward For Life and Time to Change Read More
The Pamper Zone // Pampering Zone Face painting // Barbers and Hair Styling // Hair Braiding // Nail Art // Head and Shoulder Massage // Mehndi / Henna The Pamper Zone is a Read More
The video explains the partnership of Common Unity and Birmingham Mind for the development of the Community Development workers (CDWs) , How the CDWs work, the Assets and community Read More
Seasons Greetings From Common Unity It's that time of year again, we hope you have had a fantastic year so far, this is a little look back on a small Read More
A handful of testimonies that talk about first hand experience of the CDW service and how it has benefited there communities and them selfs. Working on our own skills, and those Read More
Download the Flyer here edgebaston flyer In 2014 Common Unity and Birmingham Mind, Aided the CDWs (Community Development workers) in the Making well being a reality conferance. The Concerence will highlight the Read More
Common Unity has continued to work in partnership with young people to develop the URBRUM project which is now one of the leading young people programmes across the city of Read More