Walking the Frontline: It’s the relationship that counts – Sarah Burwood’s story

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.

 

We can’t set up a service and expect people to come. We need to ask people what they need, listen to the answer and deliver services accordingly.

 

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Walking the Frontline: It’s the relationship that counts – Sarah Burwood’s story

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