I feel at the epicentre of my recovery. It is my choice what decisions are made and this alone has a very positive impact.
Experts believe that one in four people will experience a mental health problem during their life. For an estimated 375,000 people, mental health problems may be complex and occur again and again throughout their lives.
Their life circumstances, too, may create obstacles to recovery. At Together, we work with the people with the greatest need and through our emphasis on Service User Leadership and Peer Support, our Services have been shaped by the experiences of the people who use them.
A range of mental health services
Our services meet the different needs of approximately 4,000 adults a month:
- Your Way, our model of personalised community support, provides individually-tailored support that lets people lead their own journey to better wellbeing.
- Having a suitable place to live is central to recovery from mental distress. We offer a range of accommodation based support to cater to different needs. This includes 24-hour CQC-registered residential services and supported accommodation.
- We provide Criminal Justice Mental Health services by working with legal agencies such as the courts and probation services to make sure people with mental health problems are appropriately supported within the criminal justice system.
- Through our Advocacy work, we represent people with mental health problems to their communities and to specialist and secure hospitals.
Finding a service for you
You can locate a service near you with our service finder.
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