First Stop Web Design announces support for National Family Fund

Cases in the UKsource: First Stop Design
published: 19 January 2010

First Stop Web Design (a sister enterprise of Naphtali & Associates) has announced its intention to donate 10% of all new design projects to the National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund.

First Stop has already worked with campaign group 4WardEverUK to provide a free web design service for families affected by deaths in custody, and now wants to do what it can to support the ongoing appeals to raise much needed funds for the initiative.

The National Memorial Family Fund is the first permanent national resource of its kind specifically for those that are affected by deaths in custody.

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The LawWorks Charity : Free legal advice for individuals

Legal Consultationsource: LawWorks
published date: undefined

LawWorks is a charity committed to enabling access to justice through free legal advice. They believe in the power of pro bono legal advice to help improve the lives of people in need.

If you have a problem and need legal advice to resolve it, you may be able to get help from a legal adviser or an organisation which specialises in your problem.

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Mental health triage scheme recognised internationally

Benjamin Zephaniah for 4WardEverUK & CI Sean Russell – The One Show 2014

source: West Midlands Police
published: 14 April 2018

A specialist emergency response unit which offers immediate assessments to suspected mental health sufferers in the West Midlands has been recognised internationally – after counterparts from Australia visited the region to learn about best practice.

The Mental Health Triage scheme sees West Midlands Police officers joined by psychiatric nurses and paramedics to attend calls from people who are believed to be suffering from mental ill health.

The successful police and NHS partnership means patients get on-the-spot assessments at their home or on the street and can be taken to safe health facilities for the support they need rather than held in police custody.

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