Here you can find out more about whistleblowing at Together and who to contact with any queries or concerns.

What is whistleblowing?

Public Concern at Work notes that:

“Sometimes whistleblowing is called speaking up or raising a concern. It is all about ensuring that if someone sees something wrong in the workplace, they are able to raise this within their organisation, to a regulator, or wider. Whistleblowing ultimately protects customers, staff, beneficiaries, and the organisation itself by identifying harm before it’s too late.”

Who is Together’s Lead Trustee for Whistleblowing?

Together’s Lead Trustee for Whistleblowing is Ian Jones.

You can read more about Ian and our other Trustees here.

Who is Together’s Management Team Lead for Whistleblowing?

Together’s Management Team Lead for Whistleblowing is Linda Bryant, our Chief Executive.

You can read more about our Management Team here.

How can I contact Together with any whistleblowing queries or concerns?

If you have any questions or concerns about whistleblowing related to Together and our services, please contact:

020 7780 7300

Together for Mental Wellbeing
52 Walnut Tree Walk
SE11 6DN

Or you can fill out our whistleblowing contact form:

Whistleblowing Contact Form
Together is committed to maintaining the highest levels of quality, service user satisfaction, employee wellbeing and safety. We do this through our Whistleblowing policy and the form below is a space you can report issues you feel you need to raise. For that you can either share your name and contact details so we can follow up with you or you can choose to remain anonymous, please indicate below which applies to you:
Is there a specific Together service your whistleblowing issue relates to?