How we built a new help and advice website for people with drug, alcohol and mental health issues.
By Rosalyn Hewitt
In March we changed our name to We Are With You and launched our new website www.wearewithyou.org.uk.
Our acting Chief Executive Laura Bunt recently wrote about the reasons and research behind our name change. In short, we wanted a name which made it easier for people to get help, better reflecting the warm welcome people get when they come into our services.
One of our 3 organisational goals over the next 3 years is to reach many more people. This can’t be done by adding to already high caseloads, and not everyone will want or need to go to one of our services.
We need to develop new ways for people to access support and to make getting help as easy as possible. Our new website has the first of our online self-help advice and is designed to be as welcoming and human as our face-to-face services.
Read the full article on the We Are With You Blog.
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