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A Week in the life of a beneficiary ambassador – by Lee Orrell

As part of the APPG Complex Needs & Dual Diagnosis call for evidence on Social Action, NECG member Lee Orrell wrote about his experience as a beneficiary ambassador at Opportunity Nottingham. There are four Ambassadors at Opportunity Nottingham, we all take a lead in different areas and specialities, which consist of, but are not limited to: women’s issues, BME, housing, offending, homelessness, mental health and substance misuse, but we interchange dependant on what is being asked of us at theRead More …

All Party Parliamentary Group Complex Needs & Dual Diagnosis – Social Action

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) is working with the Office for Civil Society looking for evidence around how social action (e.g. peer support, community-led initiatives, involving people with lived experience in service design) can drive better services for people with complex needs e.g. by improving outcomes, preventing crisis, reducing stigma or developing more responsive joined up services. In May 2017 the group put out for a ‘Call for Evidence’ on social action. As a central pillar of delivery acrossRead More …