By Beth Collinson|2021-09-06T13:29:16+00:00September 6th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: conference, events, learning|
We are excited to announce that we have set a date for the final Fulfilling Lives conference. This will be held on Thursday 16th June 2022 and there will be the option to join in person or online.
We will share further details in due course but for the time being, we ask that you save the date. To make sure you receive the booking details when they are available, we recommend one of two options:
We hope that you can join us and we look forward to seeing you in 2022.
By Chris Milner|2019-07-04T09:15:28+00:00July 4th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: briefing, evaluation, events, Fulfilling Lives, homelessness, mental health, multiple disadvantage, multiple disadvantage day, Multiple Needs, offending, stigma, substance misuse, systems change|
Chris Milner joined the Fulfilling Lives national evaluation team in February 2019. In his first blog he explores the role of art and emotion in recovery and raising awareness.
The first Multiple Disadvantage Day took place on July 3rd 2019. The day marked an important stepping stone towards tackling the stigma associated with complex experiences of homelessness, offending, substance misuse and mental ill-health. These disadvantages are so often co-existing that it is essential that they are addressed together, and that we #seethefullpicture. By raising awareness of the reasons behind people’s circumstances, Multiple Disadvantage day aimed to encourage people to think before making a judgement.