Contact Us

Contact Us!

Our team of knowledgeable and friendly staff are here to help. Whether you are looking for a local service, want to become a fundraiser, or work with us – just get in touch.

FitzRoy Service Helpline

Email: services@fitzroy.org
Phone: 0808 168 4662

Fundraising

Email: fundraising@fitzroy.org
Phone: 01730 711 106

Volunteering

Email: volunteering@fitzroy.org
Phone: 01730 711 106

Recruitment

Email: recruitment@fitzroy.org
Phone: 01730 711 111

Media Enquiries

Email: marketing@fitzroy.org
Phone: 01730 711 103

Business Development

Email: Graham.woods@fitzroy.org
Phone: 07976 871 727

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North & East Midlands

Email: julie.bruce@fitzroy.org
Phone: 07772 731190

North & West Midlands

Email: joanne.keight@fitzroy.org
Phone: 07799 470291

South West & Central

Email: sue.prior@fitzroy.org
Phone: 07794 275384

Business Development

Email: graham.woods@fitzroy.org
Phone: 07976 871 727

Turning a life around

Steven, who is supported by FitzRoy in Nottinghamshire, had a long period of feeling unsettled. With FitzRoy’s help, he has turned his life around. Kimberley Knights, FitzRoy Deputy Manager, told us how.

“Steven had yo-yoed between supported living and hospital for over 18 months. After short periods of settled behaviour Steven would display challenging behaviors that providers felt unable to manage. When he joined FitzRoy at Hall Drive in December 2015, we were determined to stop the yo-yoing, and help him to overcome his challenging behaviours.

His flat was full of all his belongings, but the staff team soon realised this was too much for him, and they moved many of them out of sight. This helped to calm Steven, and prevent him from harming himself and others. His environment was adapted to be just right for him.

After much learning and developing, we felt Steven was finally settled long enough to start integrating everyday items back into his flat. We began with a kettle, once we were sure he could tolerate this out on his worktop, we followed it with a tea canister. Steven has always been a tea belly and would often interact with staff making a brew, passing a cup and getting the milk out. Through FitzRoy’s Active Support, Steven is now calm and settled, and recently made himself his first cup of tea. We hope this is his first of many!”