As it was said by staff of Hampshire County Council, Social Work Dept, the WAMH "don't run a very tight ship". I worked for WAMH for two years and received little training. I was told that the 'clients' were cunning and manipulative - but when one of them made accusations against me, suddenly the tables were turned! I was made to be taking advantage of innocent and troubled clients! My advocate from the Winchester Advocacy was told by his boss that the accuser had withdrawn his allegations. I was also told the same thing. However, at the next meeting, it was all denied! I was made the scapegoat for WAMHs lack of training (so that they could continue to get funding!) and I was forced to hand in my notice. I found out afterwards that the person who made these allegations against me, had a history of doing this to previous people - something which I should have been made aware of, but never was. As a result of this, the gardening team which I had built up and led, was left bereft, to say nothing of the customers which relied on us! Shame on the WAMH!.
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