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Together Advocacy at St Andrews Annual Patient Party 2022

Posted on 28, July, 2022

Every summer, St Andrew’s Healthcare, Northampton organises a summer party for all patients to enjoy. This year it took place on 12th July on the main lawn at the secure site. There were patients from all the divisions including CAMHS, Neuro, ASD & LD, Low secure & locked rehab, up to medium secure. Rain showers did […]

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Our Annual Review for 2021

Posted on 14, July, 2022

We’re pleased to share our latest annual review for Together for Mental Wellbeing which shows the way our services provide mental health support to people around the country. We’re delighted to include a preface from Tanya Greenwood, a person who uses our services and an introduction from our Chief Executive Linda Bryant. There’s information on […]

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Green Lane accommodation service closure and ongoing support for residents and staff

Posted on 12, July, 2022

Following a review of challenges facing the Green Lane residential home in Addlestone, regrettably a decision has been made to close the service. The service, run by Together for Mental Wellbeing and jointly commissioned by Surrey Health and Care Partnership and Surrey County Council, cares for people with mental health conditions. This difficult decision was […]

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Inspirational Quotes Windows Installed at Kings House Accommodation Service

Posted on 05, July, 2022

Together’s Kings House is a 24 hour residential accommodation service for individuals experiencing complex mental health issues in Bournemouth in Dorset. They recently undertook a project to feature inspirational quotes in the property as suggested by the residents. Relief Support Worker, Joanna Szukala who works at Kings House, explains the project below and how they […]

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Together Henry Hawkins Lectures to Begin in September 2023

Posted on 30, June, 2022

We’re excited to announce that in September 2023 we will be hosting a thought provoking event focussed on mental health called the Together Henry Hawkins Lecture. The events will celebrate the legacy of our founder Henry Hawkins and promote what people tell us is important to their mental health. The lectures will feature high profile […]

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Blog on Together LGBTQ+ Inclusion Group for Pride Month 2022 by Head of Operations and Development Matina Marougka

Posted on 13, June, 2022

This June I am even prouder to identify as an LGBTQ+ person. I am proud that I am in a loving relationship that has survived the challenges Covid put on all of us. I am proud that I have friends and family who do not view my relationship as different because my partner is same […]

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Volunteers Week 2022: Interview with Independent Advocate Bekka Kipling

Posted on 09, June, 2022

For Volunteers Week 2022 we wanted to speak to different types of volunteers across Together to show the crucial and varied roles they carry out. One of those types of roles is within our advocacy services which look to protect the rights and provide a voice to people within mental health support. We spoke to […]

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Volunteers Week 2022: Interview with Together Volunteer Montana Cantagalli

Posted on 07, June, 2022

Volunteers carry out vital work across our Together each day and so for Volunteers Week 2022 we wanted to look in more detail at those roles and how they work alongside people who use our services. Montana Cantagalli has volunteered with us in a few different roles within our criminal justice services and kindly agreed […]

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Volunteers Week 2022: Interview with Together National Steering Group Member Shaun O’Brien

Posted on 01, June, 2022

At Together volunteers carry out crucial roles across our organisation and so for Volunteers Week 2022 we wanted to look in more detail at the work they do and thank them for that. Shaun O’Brien is one of those volunteers and is a member of our National Steering Group, who use their lived experience to […]

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MHA Week 2022 – Seeing the Whole Person – Interview with Simon who uses Norfolk Integrated Housing and Community Support Service on coping with homelessness and addiction

Posted on 13, May, 2022

Within our Seeing the Whole Person theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 we’re considering the way complex circumstances can develop for people where multiple issues can occur at the same time. When this happens it can have a big impact on people causing them mental distress but creating barriers to them being able to […]

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