Partnership working is integral to what we do.
As an organisation, we are proactive in promoting ethical collaboration to ensure joined up working during a time of increasingly limited resources. We believe that VCS organisations are often best placed to respond flexibly to changing need, particularly when organisations work together. We also believe that the people who use our services are crucial partners in identifying needs and solutions and we regularly collaborate with them to identify the best ways to develop new services.
Many organisations work with us on site to provide a one-stop shop service, therefore, reducing gaps between services and maximising opportunities for recovery.
We are currently working partnership with the Cellar Trust in delivering psychological therapies, with CRUSE on a bereavement Concerned Others group and also with the local clinical commissioning group developing a Crisis Service aimed at reducing health inequalities alongside multiple partners including Keighley Domestic Violence Service, BCA, Keighley Healthy Living Centre and the Cellar Trust.
We’re happy to collaborate with local authorities in assisting with the design and development of new services and have a long track record of successful design and delivery of new initiatives.
Interested in Partnerships? If you have an idea and would like to discuss the possibility of partnerships to carry it out, contact:
Lynn Lawson Director of Development and Communications
Tel: 01535 610180