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Coronavirus (COVID-19): a message to everyone we support.

Our programmes

We work with our partners to support people who have issues with drugs, alcohol and mental health.

This includes those who have chaotic lifestyles, older people who are drinking too much, young people at risk of self harm and military veterans who have substance misuse issues.

Blackpool Fulfilling Lives

Blackpool Fulfilling Lives helps people living in Blackpool who are experiencing a combination of homelessness, reoffending, problematic substance misuse and mental ill health.

We bring voluntary and statutory organisations together to provide tailored support to people who are living chaotic lifestyles, so that they can be healthier and happier.

Blackpool Fulfilling Lives help people to realise their goals and aspirations, whether that’s reconnecting with their family, developing new skills and interests or re-entering education.

Please note

Blackpool Fulfilling Lives is no longer accepting new referrals.

Drink Wise Age Well

Drink Wise Age Well is a programme designed to help us make healthier choices about our drinking as we get older.

Research shows that older people are drinking more than any other age group, often at home on their own. Hospital admissions for alcohol-related conditions have more than doubled in this age group in less than a decade.

Drink Wise Age Well aims to raise awareness of the problems caused by over-drinking among older people by offering support and advice on how to make healthier choices.

Drink Wise Age Well is being evaluated by a UK-wide academic partnership between the University of Bedfordshire, Glyndwr University and Queen’s University Belfast.

Please note

Drink Wise Age Well services are no longer accepting new referrals.

Use our service finder to find another service near you or chat to us online.

Glasgow Community Link Workers

Our Community Link Workers offer person-centred support through GP practices to people experiencing health inequalities due to poverty and deprivation - and we also have a vital role in supporting the wellbeing of practice teams.

We offer help and advice on things like mental and physical health, bereavement and loneliness. We aim to improve people’s health and wellbeing and connect them to support in their communities.

In particular, we have been welcomed into the Parkhead and Dumbarton Road communities and their rich network of local community organisations. We are excited to support these groups and develop new initiatives alongside them.

The service was commissioned by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, with close involvement from their Health Improvement team. The Scottish Deep End project has been the driving force behind the programme, and we’re delighted to be part of their vision.

We have 8 people working in GP practices across Glasgow, plus a specialist post to support asylum seekers across a number of practices.

Since December 2019, we have helped more than 250 people. We are adapting to the challenges of COVID-19 and developing a program of online groups to support one-to-one appointments.

Find out more about the program:

Mind and Body

Mind and Body is an innovative programme for young people who self harm, or who are vulnerable to self-harming behaviours.

The Mind and Body programme is mainly run in secondary schools. It involves a series of interactive group sessions that encourage open discussion about mental health and related issues.

These groups are a safe place to talk about topics that are often stigmatised. Talking together helps reduce feelings of isolation and allows young people to explore positive ways of managing their thoughts and behaviours.

Blog: Why we need to let young people who self-harm lead the way in their treatment

Right Turn

Our Right Turn programme provides specialist support for military veterans and their families who have substance misuse issues, helping them to lead fulfilling lives that are not hindered by addiction.

It does this by acknowledging the specific experiences of people in the armed forces community, capitalising on the strengths of military identity and using this to enhance their recovery.

The Right Turn model looks at veterans’ issues in the context of their whole life, rather than focusing only on their drug or alcohol use.

Right Turn is embedded in With You services nationally, through a network of trained Right Turn leads and staff.

Support includes specialist one-to-one treatment, peer recovery groups and social activities to build trust and develop positive support networks.

Right Turn also signposts veterans to other services they may need, such as mental health, bereavement counselling or housing support.

To find out more about Right Turn contact:

  • Hannah Snart, Right Turn Coordinator (North) - 07970 203340
  • Lee Flowers, Right Turn Coordinator (South) - 07970 038116

Blog: Looking past the 'wounded soldier' stereotype in drug and alcohol treatment

Supporting people's wellbeing at work

We Are With You helps workplaces and employers provide high-quality, therapeutic support to their workforce - helping people stay in work and stay well.

We can provide:

  • Online courses on supporting your wellbeing at work, delivered by a trained facilitator and based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
  • High-quality wellbeing advice for employees, including managing stress, anxiety and low mood.
  • Individual face-to-face therapy, delivered by video conferencing with highly trained and qualified practitioners.
  • Live chat and telephone appointments, where needed.

All of our treatment is evidence based, using CBT and counselling approaches.

To find out more about how we can support you and your employees, contact us by email at enquiries@wearewithyou.org.uk.