Lead Worker Peer Mentor

#WalktheFrontLine with Michael Stickland, Head of Partnerships at Shelter

Head of Partnership at  Shelter, Michael Stickland, chose to #WalktheFrontline with the Lead Worker Peer Mentor team. “Seeing things from the perspective of the service user is essential to change outcomes.” Read Michael’s experience here        

No Wrong Door- All You Need to Know

If your organisation is a support service aimed at helping people with  complex needs; mental health, re-offending, substance misuse and homelessness, find out what the No Wrong Door (NWD) network can offer you here: All you need to know about the No Wrong Door Navigator service If you would like to stay up to date with […]

LWPM Press Release-Funding Ends in June 2019

13 November 2018 Funding stops in June 2019 for service proven to support Birmingham’s most vulnerable Statutory service providers urged to integrate Lead Worker Peer Mentor model now! Cash strapped emergency services are likely to bear the brunt of increased demand from people with multiple and complex needs if statutory services fail to learn the […]

Birmingham Changing Futures Together newsletter – October 2018

The October 2018 newsletter is available to download here. We welcome Sophie Wilson to join the Birmingham Changing Futures team as the new Programme Director as maternity cover. Also read about Azad Azam’s inspirational journey from service user with complex needs, to Peer Mentor, Lead Worker, and now a Team Leader. “My promotion means I […]

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