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Rochdale Advocacy Together Hub has contract extended with extra service

Posted on 15, September, 2021

We’re pleased to announce that our Rochdale Advocacy Together Hub service has had the contract to provide advocacy support extended by the local authority. The previous Independent Advocacy contract was delivered by Together from 2016 to 2021 which included Statutory Advocacy, NHS Complaints Advocacy and Generic Advocacy. The new contract that Together has been successful […]

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Together awarded new contract to provide mental health advocacy with St Andrew’s Healthcare

Posted on 14, September, 2021

Together are delighted to have been awarded a new contract with St Andrew’s Healthcare to provide mental health advocacy. The contract will mean our advocacy teams work with service users and their families around their rights and care options. The independent service has been contracted to support St Andrew’s service users for 3 years. We […]

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New Berkshire West Breathing Space service to open in Reading providing mental health crisis support

Posted on 01, September, 2021

Together for Mental Wellbeing is delighted to announce the opening of a new service at the start of September 2021, which will provide crisis support to people who are experiencing mental distress. Berkshire West Breathing Space will be located in central Reading and will be open from 5.00pm until 11.00pm Fridays to Mondays including Bank […]

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Service user Ellen Cartwright on experience of moving on from supported accommodation

Posted on 29, July, 2021

One of our service types at Together is accommodation, which can be 24 hour residential where an experienced team of recovery workers are onsite permanently. The second type of accommodation we provide is supported living services where people are preparing to move on to independent living like having their own flat for example. Kirtling House […]

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Volunteers Week 2021: Practical Support Volunteers Amanda Fagg and Cameron Price

Posted on 03, June, 2021

Continuing our coverage for Volunteers Week 2021 we spoke to Amanda Fagg and Cameron Price. They are both Practical Support Volunteers in Together’s services that work to support people who’ve experienced mental distress and come into contact with the criminal justice system and specifically work as part of the Together Wellbeing Pathway. The Together Wellbeing […]

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Volunteers Week 2021: Experience of volunteering at Together with Matthew Bell

Posted on 02, June, 2021

For Volunteers Week 2021 at Together we asked some of our volunteers from across our services to share some of their experiences around how they’ve found the process and what they’d say to others considering it. Volunteers carry out vital work across our services at Together using lived experience and expertise to support people who’ve […]

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Mental Health Awareness week at King’s House in Bournemouth

Posted on 27, May, 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 ran from the 10th to the 16th of May 2021 and while Together overall had our theme of peer support the services we have around the country made their own plans individually together with service users. One of the services to do that was King’s House Accommodation Service in Bournemouth […]

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Our Annual Review 2020

Posted on 24, May, 2021

It was a challenging and unprecedented year but we’re pleased to release Together’s Annual Review 2020. In the review you’ll find details of the services Together provides and stories from around those as well as lived experience from service users and staff. Obviously the content in the review is effected by the pandemic but we’d […]

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Peer Support Coordinator Christine Pearson on benefits of Peer Support

Posted on 13, May, 2021

As a final part of our campaign for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 celebrating our theme of Peer Support we wanted to revisit a previous film featuring Peer Support Coordinator Christine Pearson. Christine works in Together’s Liaison and Diversion team supporting people who’ve experienced mental distress and come into contact with the criminal justice system. […]

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Interview with Peer Supporter Anna Hand

Posted on 13, May, 2021

Anna Hand is a peer supporter Berkshire West Your Way and in this interview shares her lived experience and how she is using that to support others. A big thank you to Anna for taking part in the interview and for speaking in such an open and insightful way as part of our campaign for […]

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