WY-FI Project

West Yorkshire – Finding Independence | Supporting people with multiple needs


From addiction to Community Builder – read Louise’s full story

Louise_Case-Study_Circle_Cropped.jpgLast week we shared a snippet of Louise’s inspiring journey.

From divorce, addiction and unemployment, Louise is now in recovery and has a new job helping other people turn their lives around.

Read Louise’s full story here.

Printed copies of Louise’s story, along with other handouts, will be available at ‘Continuing the Conversation – Multiple & Complex Needs Network’, which is being held in Kirklees on Friday 22nd March 2019.

As well as handouts, there’ll be speakers and workshops focusing on Person-Centered Care, Co-Production, Multi-Agency Partnerships and System / Policy Change.

Details of the event:
Date: Friday 22nd March 2019
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Location: Huddersfield Mission, 3 – 13 Lord Street, Huddersfield. 

See full event details here.


Louise – from addiction to Community Builder in Kirklees

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Louise’s story is an example of how supported recovery can transform a person’s life. From divorce, addiction and unemployment, Louise is now stable in recovery and has a job helping other people turn their lives around.

You can read a snippet of Louise’s story here. 

Louise’s full story, along with other handouts, will be available at an event that’s taking place next week in Kirklees, called ‘Continuing the Conversation – Multiple & Complex Needs Network’.

As well as handouts, there’ll be speakers and workshops focusing on Person-Centered Care, Co-Production, Multi-Agency Partnerships and System / Policy Change.

Continuing the Conversation is taking place on Friday 22nd March, 9.30am – 4.30pm at Huddersfield Mission, 3 – 13 Lord Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1QA.

There are just a few remaining tickets available – see full event details and book here.


WY-FI – Bridging the Gap

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Paul, a beneficiary from Kirklees needed urgent medical treatment but was anxious about attending hospital.

One of our WY-FI Navigator’s supported Paul to go to A&E – acting as his advocate and making sure his multiple needs were met whilst he waited to be seen by medical staff.

As a result, Paul was was given the vital treatment he needed. Read more.