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Survey reveals people feel involved in the support they receive from Together

Posted on 17, June, 2016

People that use Together’s services feel involved in their support and in how our services are run, according to a recent survey.

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Together to deliver suicide intervention training to frontline staff in North Yorkshire

Posted on 16, June, 2016

Together will train frontline staff in North Yorkshire in how to recognise, intervene and help prevent the immediate risk of suicide, after it received a share of a £70,600 grant from North Yorkshire County Council.

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Wellbeing Fair raises awareness of support on offer to Southwark residents

Posted on 23, May, 2016

Residents of Southwark were given the opportunity to discover the free local support available to improve their wellbeing, at a Wellbeing Fair held during Mental Health Awareness Week in Walworth on Saturday (21 May).

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Together reveals benefits of personalised mental health support in accommodation settings

Posted on 17, May, 2016

The wellbeing and lifestyles of people with severe mental health issues improve when they receive personalised support in an accommodation setting, a new report we published today has revealed.

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Together wins contract to provide mental health support in Hampshire

Posted on 03, May, 2016

Together is now supporting more people with mental health issues to work towards improved wellbeing in West Hampshire.

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Together wins two 3rd Sector Care Awards

Posted on 10, December, 2015

Together has been presented with two awards at the second annual 3rd Sector Care Awards. The awards were presented by Dame Esther Rantzen, English journalist and television presenter, and recognise Together’s innovative, person centred, quality mental health services. The 3rd Sector Care Awards celebrate and showcase the innovation and care excellence of the not-for-profit care […]

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Lady Martha Bruce to open art exhibition about healing the damage to mental wellbeing after prison

Posted on 19, November, 2015

Former prison governor, Lady Martha Bruce, is to open an art exhibition highlighting the journey of one woman who used art as a tool to heal the damage to her mental wellbeing and rebuild her life after prison. The exhibition, entitled Breakthrough and hosted by Together for Mental Wellbeing, will feature over 100 pieces of […]

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Together’s London Liaison and Diversion service wins national award

Posted on 22, July, 2015

Together’s Liaison and Diversion service in North and North East London, which it delivers in partnership with Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust (BEHMHT), East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) and North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT), has been presented with the Liaison and Diversion award at the Howard League for Penal Reform’s […]

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Together Manager to help develop NICE guideline for moving on from inpatient settings

Posted on 28, May, 2015

Helen Van Ristell, Clinical Implementation Manager at Together, has been chosen by the NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care (NCCSC) to join the Guideline Committee (GC) responsible for developing a guideline surrounding the transition between inpatient mental health settings and community or residential settings. The guideline will act as a basis for quality standards and […]

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Together to support individuals experiencing mental distress to reduce crisis contact with emergency services in York

Posted on 20, May, 2015

Together has launched a new service in York that works alongside individuals who frequently contact emergency services when experiencing mental distress. The York Pathways Service works with vulnerable individuals to understand their distress and develop resources to support them to take steps towards improving their health and wellbeing. The service also works strategically with the […]

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