We’re launching a Frontline Forum!
Join, share and learn from frontline staff working together to end homelessness in Glasgow by 2030.
The Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness are delighted to announce the launch of the Frontline Forum; a dedicated network to encourage connections and facilitate best practice across the city for frontline staff.
The Frontline Forum is a protected space for frontline staff supporting people experiencing homelessness to:
- Build relationships with other staff in the sector
- Share experiences and learning
- Exchange knowledge to support practice
- Discover emerging innovation as it happens on the ground
- Shape the Alliance approach and be part of a movement for change
We’ve been working with frontline staff to develop a forum that will be valuable for the people it’s seeking to support through workshops, surveys and discussions. The Frontline Forum will continue to be an adapting space, so we welcome ongoing feedback from staff.
In addition to hosting our first session, we’ll be seeking the views and input of frontline staff to establishing our Terms of Reference. If you would like to get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next Frontline Forum session will be:
Get Help Glasgow, Tuesday 29 November, 12.00pm – 1.30pm, Online
Join our Frontline Forum lunchtime session on Get Help Glasgow, a co-produced platform that allows you to search, find and add services and resources. We’ll take you through how you can use Get Help Glasgow to find support and make full use of its features, as well as how to add your service to the platform. We’ll also chat about how the Alliance and ALISS can build and develop on its signposting role through Get Help Glasgow.
Register and find out more information on our Eventbrite page.
If you would like to be added to the Frontline Forum mailing list please email email@example.com