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Connecting and collaborating with partner agencies to deliver ‘joined up’ care is at the centre of what we do.

Working together with professionals from partner agencies is integral to our daily work that underpins achieving: whole person centred care; whole family support; adopting a whole system approach; and whole community cohesion.

Our staff focus on how we do things as well as what we do; drawing on the expertise, skills and knowledge of other professionals to ensure we provide a comprehensive package of care and support. Together with partners, we respond to the holistic needs of people using our services with emphasis on timely, transparent and effective care and communication.

Work with us

Because our services support such a wide range of people across all ages, backgrounds and professions, we naturally work closely with many partner agencies from education, health, social care, criminal justice, employers, private business and local community groups.

If you are interested in learning more about Compass’ wide reaching work and impact or becoming a local or national partner and share similar values, please do get in touch at

Examples of our partnership work

Service users

Schools in collaboration with Compass to develop a network of youth and parent/carer health champions to help shape our Warwickshire School Health service.


Bringing together health, education and social care partners; Youth Stop, Terence Higgins Trust, Barnardo’s, Azy Counselling and Young Women’s and Girl’s Network within a one stop shop for young people in Compass Harrow.


Coventry University in collaboration with Public Health Warwickshire, Compass and key stakeholders evaluation of the School Readiness two year pilot.


Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust with Compass to deliver Chathealth (text messaging for young people and parents/carers) and award-winning health and wellbeing podcasts with our youth champions and Radio 1.


Family Lives in collaboration with Compass to promote  and support national campaigns in North Yorkshire schools such as #wearblueday taking a stand against bullying.


Health Education England awarded Compass grant funding to develop our level 4 mental health training to senior leaders in schools and colleges.