In order for the project to achieve its aims, partnership working with other services and agencies is extremely important.
At an operational level, a cohesive approach enables us to identify any gaps in the care of each Beneficiary, and ultimately ensure their needs are met. At a strategic level, partnership working enables us to work towards our key aim of system change.
Our current Partners are listed below. If you would like to discuss the possibility of becoming a project Partner, visit our Contact Us page and get in touch.
AWAAZ is a contracted Partner of Opportunity Nottingham. They provide a BME assertive outreach and female specific service engaging with hard to reach individuals. They make referrals to Opportunity Nottingham when appropriate, but will continue working with those who prefer to receive a culturally and gender specific service.
Double Impact support those who have experienced problematic drug and alcohol use, via opportunities for personal development, healthy choices, education, vocational training, employment and access to housing.
Emmanuel House support homeless, vulnerable and isolated adults in and around Nottingham. Their support services include daily hot meals, tenancy and benefit advice, drug and alcohol support, mental health support and training.
Framework is a charity and housing association that helps homeless people, prevents homelessness, and brings life-changing opportunities to vulnerable people. They also offer support for those experiencing alcohol and drug misuse, including dedicated services and floating support.
NCHA is a housing group that provides care and support for over 1,600 people. Their work covers mental health, learning disabilities, domestic abuse, Asian elders, vulnerable young people, homelessness, teenage parents and older people, whether they need accommodation or support in their own homes.
NCVS aims to strengthen the voluntary sector's capacity to help its clients through promoting best practice, funding advice and training. They also facilitate the Vulnerable Adults Network which is a forum for community and voluntary organisations providing services or support for vulnerable adults in Nottingham.
Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for the healthcare of 325,000 people in Nottingham. This includes GP services, prescription services, eye tests, dental care and treatment in hospital.
Nottingham City Council provides a variety of services for Nottingham residents, with housing, a reduction in fuel poverty, and job and training opportunities for young people identified as top priorities in 2015 - 2019.
Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust is a major provider of mental health, intellectual disability and community healthcare services across Nottinghamshire. They support approximately 190,000 people every year, and the team includes specialist nurses, health visitors and social workers.
The role of Nottinghamshire Police is to ensure that Nottinghamshire is a safe place to live in, work in, and visit. The team includes over 4,000 Officers and staff, and on average 654 incidents are responded to within in a day.
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company deliver probation services in Nottingham. They manage the majority of offenders under probation, working with the National Probation Service to do so.
Nottingham Women's Centre aims to provide a safe environment for women in Nottingham. They offer a variety of services including counselling, training and support, holistic therapies, and also house Nottingham Women's Library.
Services for Empowerment and Advocacy (SEA) are a social enterprise working with people predominantly using homelessness, housing, health and social care services. They are experts at ensuring those that do not usually get heard, have their say.