Partnerships are at the heart of our work and together we flourish. We work in close collaboration with local authorities, clients, commissioners, clinical teams and community mental health groups in order to deliver our most cohesive service possible.
Sharing knowledge and expertise, together we can deliver the most successful service to the client – the central reason we collaborate.
At Bridge we have worked successfully with partners for twenty five years, drawing reciprocally on the specific areas of expertise each partner brings.
At Recovery College Greenwich, the success of the college is a triumph of partnership working. Working closely with the CCG and Greenwich Council, we have established strategic partnership relationships with MIND, SEEC, SEED and joint working relationships with drug and alcohol advice services including LifeLine Basis, DrugLink and Blenheim CDP. Our strategic partnerships have helped us to currently educate 450 students who have been attracted to our services since the college opened in 2013.
We also showcased a highly successful collaboration in the Mental Health and Wellbeing Forum of Greenwich consisting of providers of mental health services in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, such as Greenwich Time to Talk, Mind, the Samaritans, Royal Borough of Greenwich Public Health and Wellbeing, delivered a well-received large event to raise awareness for World Mental Health Day 2015 and continue to work together on key events in the mental health calendar including Mental Health Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day 2016.
If you are interested in partnering with Bridge, please Contact Us to discuss further.