Suffolk Information Partnership Celebrating 100 Partners
The Suffolk Information Partnership (SIP) has reached a milestone – over 100 organisations have joined up! The SIP is a partnership of organisations offering information & advice and delivering services to support people’s health and wellbeing in Suffolk.
A big THANK YOU to all the partners that have joined up over the years. We couldn't have done it without you!
What do people think of the SIP?
“It’s a brilliant, brilliant service and it’s great for us to be able to signpost into so many different routes because we have so many different families with so many different needs”. Homestart in Suffolk
“Of all the multi-agency meetings I attend the SIP is the most helpful and really well run.” Realise Futures
“It has given us a pathway to get help for our clients for whom a safeguarding referral is not appropriate and where other agencies are best placed to help.”
We would love to hear what you think of the SIP:
What does the SIP do?
The Suffolk Information Partnership (SIP) is a network of organisations supporting people in Suffolk with information and services around care, health and wellbeing. We meet regularly to share updates on our services and discuss topics of interest so that we can work together in a more coordinated way.
The SIP itself does not provide support so if you are a member of the public you will need to contact the partner organisations directly if you would like to know more about them or how to access their services.
The SIP was formed in 2010 with five key voluntary sector organisations in Suffolk and Suffolk County Council's Adult Social Care directorate. Now it has expanded to over one hundred statutory, voluntary and independent sector organisations delivering services to support young and older people, adults and families across Suffolk.
If you would like to know more about the SIP and Warm Handover go to: http://suffolkinformationpartnership.onesuffolk.net/