Involving Communities, Inspiring Change.
A welcome from our CEO
“Involve Northwest is a registered charity that aims to support individuals and families with issues affecting their quality of life. Our strategic intent is to help to improve communities and individual lives in lasting and measurable ways.
The approach in all Involve Northwest’s services is grounded in our core belief that the services we offer are free, confidential, have an impact on people and families, and are motivated for public benefit rather than profit.
Since 1991, we have been developing and delivering our core services which now consist of a welfare and benefits advice centre, mental health support, community engagement service, employment support, wellbeing and community hub, and domestic abuse support centre.
I am very proud of the diversity and range of support services that we provide at Involve Northwest, the passion of the delivery teams, and the undeniable lasting results we deliver to anyone who accesses the support we offer.”
We’re passionate, we’re driven, we’re dynamic and we’re there for you. We are Involve Northwest.
Whether your focus is on returning to workplace, seeking advice and guidance for your family, or making positive steps to change your life, Involve Northwest can help.
We love helping you achieve your goals, whatever they may be, and we have the right people on the job to guide, advise and mentor you to success. The approach in all of Involve Northwest’s services is grounded in our core belief that the services we offer are free, confidential, impact on people and families, and are motivated for public benefit rather than profit.
Having achieved Investors in People Gold for our standard of training and support, we’re forward-thinking and focused on continuing to provide you with an award-winning service.
We look forward to working with you to take the first steps on improving your life.
Safeguarding at Involve Northwest
We are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. All our staff and volunteers are trained to recognise signs which could indicate that a child or adult at risk may be being abused or neglected. This training also includes wider Charity Commission requirements to recognise and report incidents involving our staff and volunteers. We actively encourage our staff, volunteers and those who use or come into contact with our services, to speak up about things which they think could cause harm to people and we act promptly when concerns have been raised. We will not tolerate any behaviours or practices which could lead to anyone being abused and/or exploited by our people. We have robust processes in place to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles.
For more details and information please visit our Safeguarding Page.