Our work is continuously and independently evaluated.
golden Goldeb Project Anita Gulati and her team have been successful in their bid for the evaluation of the Bristol Golden Key initiative which aims to find new and sustainable ways of working with people with multiple and complex needs, including homelessness, offending, drug and alcohol dependency and mental health issues. Find another service Service details People with 'lived experience' of homelessness, prison, long-term mental bristol issues, and drug and alcohol dependency are at keey heart key this innovative project, with DHI providing the Peer Mentoring Service.
Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the work is continuously and independently evaluated. By working closely with these clients, Golden Key is able to see the system through their eyes and pinpoint areas where it is not working.
Bristool Mentors are inspiring and positive role models who have lived experience of the complex issues clients of the programme are experiencing. A service coordinator team and peer mentor service working to co-ordinate and enable access to services through tailored engagement and support.
tolden More news Connect with us Our Vision Golden Key is a partnership between statutory services, commissioners, the voluntary sector and people with lived experience across Bristol. This is so lessons can be learned about how services can be made better for the most vulnerable — not just here in Bristol but across the whole of the UK.
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Opening times Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Catchment area Bristol Referral method If you would just like to find out more golden you can call, or fill in an online enquiry form on our website. For more information go to www. We work together to improve services for Bristol citizens with the key complex needs. We are an eight-year project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. All Golden Key clients are experiencing a challenging mix of homelessness, long term mental health problems, dependency on drugs and bristol and offending behaviour.
Related links. Our work focuses on those who have been identified as having complex needs. Independent Futures, our advisory forum for people with lived experience, is at the heart of the programme.
The Golden Key partnership is bringing about change at every briwtol — from the way we structure services, to the way we run the city. All mentors are fully trained and supported by DHI to equip them for their role in supporting others, and in ensuring their own personal development needs are met.
All interventions are trauma and psychologically informed, developing new ways to engage. We use this information to identify the changes services need to make for the better, both strategically and operationally.
A fundamental part of the programme, peer mentors will be offered to every Golden Key client over the course of the programme. This is so lessons can be learned about how services can be improved for the most vulnerable — not just here in Bristol but across the whole of the UK.
It is an 8-year project, commissioned by Second Step a Bristol based charity as part of a national initiative with Big Lottery funding. By working closely with these clients, we are able to see the system through their eyes and pinpoint areas where it is not golen.
Keu partnership which has representations at all levels across the system who are working together to drive change. The partnership uses this information to identify the changes services need to make for the better, both strategically and operationally.
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Golden Key. What the project does A range of services deed to understand the needs of people facing multiple disadvantage, explore innovation and create new brustol.
We are bringing about change at every level — from the way we structure services, to the way we run the city.