CEO´s BlogLet's change the system!
There is a growing consensus that making progress in improving opportunities for people facing multiple and complex needs will require ‘system change’. This is particularly vital, so it is said, in a time of austerity when introducing new interventions is less achievable. Revolving Doors is working with local authorities and their partners in a number of areas with a view to identifying and achieving changes in systems against this backdrop.
Revolving Doors is a charity working across England to change systems and improve services for people with multiple problems, including poor mental health, who are in contact with the criminal justice system.
Our vision is that by 2025 there is an end to the revolving door of crisis and crime, when anyone facing multiple problems and poor mental health is supported to reach their potential, with fewer victims and safer communities as a result.
Learn about our partnership projects across the country here.
Read our report on the key lessons from our National Development Programme in Thinking Local.
Watch photo stories by members of our service user forum.
NewsVicki Helyar-Cardwell joins Revolving Doors as director of research and development
21 August 2014
We are very pleased to announce that Vicki Helyar-Cardwell will be joining Revolving Doors as our new director of research and development from 15 September.
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