Partner with us

At WithYou we believe in the power of collaboration to make an impact. Learn about working with us to make a change and what you can expect from a partnership.

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Working side-by-side to deliver change

We value working side-by-side, not only with our clients, but also with forward-thinking commissioning teams and specialist service delivery partners across England and Scotland. 

Join us on our mission. Together, we’ll make the difference.

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Our partnerships in action

Get a glimpse into how we work side-by-side to deliver change. From local community projects to larger collaborations, take a look at how we work together to make a difference.

What you can expect from partnering with us: 

  • Agile partnership. Working for services that truly meet the needs of the people we support together.

  • A commitment to co-design. Innovation and collaboration to deliver fresh and effective new service models, rooted in lived experience. 

  • Trauma-informed care. We design care and deliver all services according to an understanding of how trauma can affect people; aligning our approach with principles that include Safety, Trust, Choice, Collaboration and Empowerment. 

  • National insight, local delivery. Services built with local people tailored around the needs of local people, with the added support of our central team for the best outcomes. 

Get in touch

If you’re a commissioning team or a specialist organisation and you’re interested in working with us, please get in touch.

We welcome your ideas, expertise and initiatives as we continue to create positive change. 

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