Opening doors and unlocking services to create new futures for those with the most complex needs.Find out more
IF Group member and domestic violence survivor Aisha made a passionate plea to MPs and peers for children to learn more about domestic violence in school when she travelled to the House of Lords in
Bristol agencies have developed a city-wide implementation plan for Universal Credit. Partners include DWP, Shelter, ACFA (Advice Centres For Avon), Bristol City Council and Golden Key.
This week sees the launch of the Bristol Homeless Connect website, an online resource for those who are or are at risk of becoming
Our vision is a city where people who are currently struggling and feel locked out of services are able to find powerful new ways to get the help they need. We want to enable these individuals to build on their strengths, pursue their hopes and change their lives.
We promise to work together to find new and sometimes unconventional ways to unlock services and open new doors. And as we revolutionise the way the system works across the city, Bristol will be a beacon of change, which we hope will reverberate across the country.