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21st December 2018

Current Vacancies

Would you or someone you know like to work for Birmingham Changing Futures Together?   IROR Engagement Worker x2 £16, 969 35 hours per week   The Birmingham Changing Futures Together programme are looking to recruit 2 IROR Engagement Workers to ensure successful delivery of the programme. The successful candidate will [???]
19th November 2018

WM Police collaboration results in Improved Outcomes and Reduced Demands

Read about the work being done within the Neighbourhood Policing Team run by Sergeant, Hanif Ullah, and Intervention and Prevention Officer, Caroline Stapleton, at the heart of a new approach designed to reduce the demands on police time. In partnership with Bev Hardman, the Project Support Assistant at Birmingham Changing Futures and has lived [???]
7th November 2018

Councillor Sharon Thompson Chose to #WalkTheFrontLine

“If we want services that really improve the lives of people with multiple and complex needs, we need policies and strategies that have them at the heart.” “The Lead Worker Peer Mentors were able to normalize service users’ experiences, helping them stay on the road to recovery.” Read Councillor Sharon Thompson’s experience of [???]
7th November 2018

Mandy’s Story- Supporting Systems Change

“I love being part of Birmingham Changing Futures Together’s Every Step of the Way programme and being an Involvement Champion. I go out and talk with rough sleepers and run surgeries in hostels. My goal is to break down the barriers and support the residents to engage with the services they need.” Read Mandy’s powerful story [???]
2nd July 2018

Co-production – working together every time

Co-production has become somewhat of a corporate buzzword of late, skating dangerously close to tokenistic territory. But when applied properly, for the right reasons, co-production is the best way to provide effective support services for the most vulnerable people in our local communities. Across the country, along with 11 other [???]