10th June 2018

Birmingham Changing Futures Together newsletter – May 2018

The May 2018 newsletter is available to download here. Stories include Karen Edwards’ (Network Quality Improvement Officer in Mental Health for the West Midlands Clinical Networks and Clinical Senate, in NHS England) #walkthefrontline write up highlighting that “real relationships are the foundation to engagement.” The newsletter also includes James’ story demonstrating how [???]
7th June 2018

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4th June 2018

Walking the Frontline: The structure of prison preferred to the chaos of life outside – Emma Ambler’s story

“I was struck by the client saying the structure of life in prison was preferable to the chaos of being on the outside, addicted to heroin and homeless. I came away really valuing and being committed to the preventative work being done by Peer Mentors and Lead Workers.” said Emma Ambler, Joint [???]
22nd May 2018

From drug and alcohol addiction funded by criminal behaviour, to a proud dad picking his kids up from school.

From drug and alcohol addiction funded by criminal behaviour, to a proud dad picking his kids up from school. This is James’ story.  “For the first time in my life I feel proud of myself. I have learnt to respect and love myself and can think before I act. I [???]
22nd May 2018

Walking the Frontline: Real relationships are the foundation of engagement – Karen Edwards’ story

“Change doesn’t happen to someone, the individual has to take responsibility for it themselves, but that’s hard to do if there is no trust in services…” said Karen Edwards, Network and Quality Improvement Officer in Mental Health for the West Midlands Clinical Senate, in NHS England. “My attitude towards those with such [???]