Working Together for Mental Health
The Working Together Partnership Group has been set up which is an alliance of our Trust, voluntary services community engagement organisations, Primary Care providers and South Warwickshire, Warwickshire North and Coventry & Rugby CCGs.
The purpose of the Working Together Partnership is to strengthen partnership working within the voluntary, community, faith and not for profit social enterprise sector for the benefit of our patients.
The group regularly hold meetings which they live stream on Facebook Live, and which can be viewed after the meeting for those who can’t attend. Just visit @WorkingTogether4MentalHealth on Facebook.
The group are currently looking at how they can work together to bid for funding available from The Kings Fund and The Lottery Community Fund called ‘Healthy Communities Together Programme’ to progress projects together to support positive mental health amongst communities in Coventry and Warwickshire.
They are also following up on recent local workshops regarding the development of social prescribing models and the procurement tender which is planned to imminently be announced to recommission the CCG’s social prescribing services across Coventry, Rugby and North Warwickshire.
Working Together for Mental Health
Below are documents from the Working Together for Mental Health group:
- Joining Up Mental Health Services - Project Plan.pdf [pdf] 458KB
- Feedback Report for Joining Up Mental Health Services event - 30_10_19.pdf [pdf] 2MB
Working Together Updates - Working Together for Mental Health 29 April 2020:
Topic 1 - Support from Groundwork
Groundwork is available for FREE advice and support across the West Midland on Health Lifestyles, Financial Support, Energy Awareness and Children & Families. Further information on how we can help in each of the regions in which we work see our attached poster.
Topic 2 - Recovery Academy update
We are continuing to work hard in developing new online workshops that are being added regularly to our website:
As the Government has extended the social distancing guidelines, Recovery Academy classroom sessions remain on hold, however we have a few courses coming up to enrol on to that can be joined virtually if you have a digital device and adequate data/Wi-Fi. Please see courses on offer on our Academy enrolment calendar. More will be promoted on our social media pages, so keep your eyes peeled. -
We are also now producing a newsletter to keep students and organisations up to date on alternative support projects available from our Partners. Please see our latest newsletter attached:
Topic 3 - Public Health update – Online Parenting Support
Attached is the poster promoting online parenting support which also includes information about family hubs and the emergency food hubs
Topic 4 - Central England Law Centre update – support available
Please see attached :
- Leaflet for General Food Deliveries April 2020 - Topic 4 -Leaflet for General Food Deliveries April 2020.pdf [pdf] 160KB
- Covid-19- Service help and guidance Edition 3 - 20th April 2020 - Topic 4 - Covid-19- Service help and guidance Edition 3 - 20th April 2020.pptx [pptx] 2MB
Topic 5 - CWPT - COVID-19 Response: Accessing and Using Community Assets
This information pack has been curated by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust to brief and support teams to use the various community assets created by local authorities to support vulnerable / shielded individuals in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see attachment
- Topic 5 - CWPT COVID-19 Accessing and Using Community Assets.pdf [pdf] 247KB
- Topic 6 - Unsung Hero’s – Mental Health Awareness Week – 18-24th May
Mental Health Awareness Week is 18th-24th May 2020 and the theme this year is kindness, to reflect the many small and larger acts we can all still do to support friends, family, colleagues, neighbours and our wider communities.
At Coventry City Council we would like to highlight a few of the many unsung heroes within our services and those we work with. Please could you share the attached form with providers, vol orgs, services etc and encourage them to nominate individuals who they feel have adapted to the pandemic and responded with kindness. We would like to share one or two stories a day during Mental Health Awareness Week to inspire us all about the difference kindness can make.
Topic 6 - Celebrating Unsung Heroes this Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.pdf [pdf] 61KB
If you would like more information about the group or how to join or view the meetings on Facebook Live, please email firstname.lastname@example.org