In early September I met with Diana Young the WellFair Project Coordinator at the West Euston Partnership. Diana provided an overview of the work carried out under the auspices of the WellFair Project. “The Project is a partnership between the Bengali Workers’ Association, Green Light Pharmacy, Fitzrovia Youth in Action and the Third Age Project […]
In November 2014, VAC arranged Safeguarding Children training for the theatre, and now theatre Director, Julia Evanjalista, tells us about the impact this has made on the organsiation, and most importantly, the children they work with.
Dilware Rashid, Home School Link Worker, talks to VAC about working with Bengali students and parents for the Home School Link Project.
The African Health Forum provides health services to the African community and African organisations and helps to raise the profile of the needs of these communities back to key policy and decision makers. Chickwaba Oduka, Trustee of the African Health Forum, talks to us about how her organsiation has benefited from VAC training on ‘Mental Health First Aid’ and a […]
Paul Larkin, from the Camden NHS Mental Health Intensive Outreach Team has been working to heighten awareness about BME groups within his team. Paul has been working closely with VAC to reach out to ‘hard-to-reach’ BME communities in Camden. Q. What is your role at the NHS trust? Camden is such an ethnically diverse borough. […]
“One of VAC’s strengths is their stability and knowledge. They’ve been here a long time, they’re well-known. They don’t have a big turnover so people know them. Therefore you get the benefits of trust; you get the benefits of reach.”