St Martins was pleased to be invited to present a workshop at the recent Innovation in Interprofessional Practice conference at UEA looking at how the healthcare workforce across the region can collaborate to improve the support they offer.
St Martins has published a collection of personal stories from clients who have experienced drug and alcohol addiction in a bid to prevent young people from following in their footsteps.
Budding artists from Norfolk primary schools are invited to submit an entry for St Martins first ever Christmas card competition. The winning card will be professionally printed and made available for sale online, from St Martins head office and various outlets in Norwich.
Members of a group that provides mental health support, run by St Martins, enjoyed a day out on the North Norfolk coast. For one lady, it was the first time she had left Norwich for 17 years.
St Martins recently benefited from the enthusiasm and energy offered by several groups of teenagers taking part in National Citizen Service (NCS) in Norwich.
Pathways is a collaborative project between seven local organisations which aims to offer a creative and effective response to the current homelessness situation in the city.
One of our clients, James, says that giving another person a moment of your time is one of the most precious things you can give.
We went to City College Norwich with some clients to talk about homelessness and had a profound impact on the students.
A great partnership between Sheringham Woodfields School and St Martins has been created, meaning that donated items are put to good use to support homeless people within St Martins accommodation.
We've enjoyed getting to know members of Assist Trust's Helping Our Community group. It was a really positive experience because there are many similarities in the work our organisations do.