Principles met

  • We will embrace innovation in how we work with local communities to drive positive change.
  • In exploring new ways of meeting the priority needs of our communities we will encourage models, such as co-operatives and mutuals, which give greater influence and voice to staff and users. in designing and commissioning public services and in determining the use of public resources.

About the project

The Plymouth Complex Needs Alliance offers a flexible and creative, person-centred approach to addressing a wide range of presenting needs such as homelessness, substance misuse, offending and mental health by building on the individual’s strengths and assets to effectively address the fluid complexity of needs. Our workforce development programme will ensure consistency of knowledge, ability and systems. This funding would allow us to investigate the establishment of an accredited worker scheme as a way of driving innovation and delivering high-quality services.