Together We is a Community Interest Company in West Cumbria that aims to empower people to take control of their own physical and mental health and their overall wellbeing.
They were awarded £45,268.24 for their ‘Together We Talk’ project which aims to improve mental health, physical health and empower people to better manage their symptoms and provide alternative services to help a person’s health.
The ‘Together We Talk’ project will look to tackle health inequalities, promote emotional resilience, and reduce service silos, and empower people to better manage their mental and physical health and wellbeing by offering a range of different interventions including evidence based talking therapy (such as counselling, dialectal behavioural therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, etc), emotional regulation strategies’, and structured exercise.
You can hear more information about the Together We project from these videos:
“We are incredibly grateful to the Allerdale GDF Community Partnership for helping us to provide more young people and families with the opportunity to improve their mental health and their overall wellbeing”
– Mark Clamp, Clinical Lead and Talk Service Manager
News articles about this project