The Birmingham Changing Futures Together newsletter (November2017) is now available to download here. Stories this month include the catalytic power of Peer Mentor in driving change and PIE- achieving change with reflective culture
I first saw Jim when I came for my second interview, I remember him clearly, sat outside the Shelter office with his red sleeping bag and I thought to myself, these are the people I’m going to be working with. I was encouraged by this thought. I had been in [???]
Birmingham Changing Futures Together’s (BCFT) annual Economic Impact Analysis (EIA), published on 1 November 2017, proves the catalytic power of the Lead Worker Peer Mentor service in changing the behaviour of people with multiple and complex needs. Highlights include: Visits to Accident & Emergency (A&E) down by 72% Convictions down [???]
On World Mental Health Day (10 October) Birmingham Changing Futures Together is calling for those in the corridors of power to recognise the correlation between mental ill health and homelessness and act accordingly. “Homelessness almost never has just one cause,” said Natalie Allen, Programme Director of Birmingham Changing Futures [???]
The Birmingham Changing Futures Together newsletter (September 2017) is now available to download here. Stories this month include our campaign -Walking the Frontline by Councillor John Cotton, a life transformed which is driving systems change and how Peer Mentors are working hand in hand to change lives.