The newsletter for January 2018 is available to Read here This newsletter includes an overview of the main stories over the last three months including Walk the Frontline write ups, Expert by Experience case studies, PIE and examples of working in partnership.
Taking up the opportunity to #walkthefrontline has changed the way I think about service delivery,” said Sarah Burwood Chair of the West Midlands Alcohol and Drugs Employability Forum and Alcohol and Drugs Programme Manage at Public Health England West Midlands. “I saw the power of trust in supporting engagement. [???]
The No Wrong Door Navigator Service is holding a launch event on Thursday 1st March 2018. The Navigator Service takes an innovative approach ensuring that those with multiple complex needs don’t fall through the gaps; and can access the services they need easily and quickly. Find out what the service can [???]
Jess Phillips MP is joining Birmingham Changing Futures Together’s (BCFT) to #walkthefrontline on Friday 26 January. BCFT created the #walkthefrontline initiative to enable leaders and influencers in Birmingham and beyond to experience first-hand the challenges faced by people living with homelessness, mental health, offending behaviour and substance misuse. [???]