Wellbeing Scotland have worked in partnership with a wide range of other organisations formally in joint funding bids including KASP, Moira Anderson Foundation, Break the Silence, Central Scotland Regional Equality Council, Children 1st and Rape Crisis. We have shared premises with Addiction Support and Counselling and we currently share premises with Stirling Women’s Aid. In Clackmannanshire we are part of the Integrated Mental Health Service. For many years we were partners with NHS Forth Valley delivering EMDR, a service that was shortlisted for a Scottish Charity Award. The EMDR service and our work with SPS, supporting survivors in prison led to success in the Impact Award from the Kings Fund in partnership with GSK. On a wider perspective we refer to and receive referrals from statutory mental health services, social work, victim support and other voluntary agencies. We receive referrals from GPs and other health professionals. We are part of the Cross Party Group for Survivors of Childhood Sexual abuse where we work with other organisations across Scotland with an interest in supporting survivors. We work in partnership with Police Scotland and hold regular meetings. We have a protocol where clients can feedback on their contact with Police Scotland. Our most important partnership is with the clients of Wellbeing Scotland who work with us to shape future services.