Positive Living Outreach Service provides timely, person centred responses to individuals at risk of drug related harm in Dundee. Our nurse led team offer tailored harm reduction advice, naloxone training and supply, and assist individuals to access treatment and other sources of support. If you know of someone who is at risk of overdose please get in touch on 01382 561822 (ext 224) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WBS is super excited to have received the green light, this week Ernesto has agreed to partner with us to deliver a series of Webinars over the next few months.
We are keen to engage with as many entrepreneurs, organisations and policy makers as possible to share his message that “Entrepreneurship can and will rebuild our economies…if….we listen to our communities” we hope that you will share with your networks and colleagues.
Please see document here for full information. Ernesto Sirolli Series with WBS
The series of Webinars include:
The courses will be £175 each or £300 for both.
Supporting the DSEN network during the Covid crisis
In mid-March the global Covid pandemic really
began to have an impact in the UK and the
Government imposed strict lockdown measures.
This impacted almost all areas of life and greatly
restricted the way that most organisations,
including our Members, were allowed to operate.
Our Members were suddenly unable to carry on
their income generating activities such as trading
and more traditional fundraising. Most
organisations have limited reserves, so faced real
and immediate financial difficulties.
Read the full report here Coming Together in a Crisis
DSEN newest Corporate Member Nexus Signage have put together a package for DSEN members preparing to reopen their businesses.
John recently supplied a back drop for DSEN to use at our Social Enterprise Week which sadly we had to cancel back in early March. Nexus can produce branded pop up banners, signs and are now producing hygiene screens, floor signage which can all have your logos etc added.
Product listing here – DSEN back to work pack
Today, is the launch of Social Enterprise Reset Week!
This week is about connecting and engaging with frontline community-based social enterprises right across the country and gathering information related to common experiences and support and funding needs for a sustainable future. This is a week-long series of local and thematic SEN meetings and a twitter campaign encouraging all social enterprises across Scotland to engage.
The calendar of events and booking details can be found below –
Bookings must be done through the Senscot website.
If you get involved in any of the events please remember to tweet using the hashtag #SocEntReset