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Developing a Health and Justice Strategy for Greater Manchester

18 Oct 2019 - 10:56 by michelle.foster

Developing a health and justice strategy for GMPoor health is something that impacts both victims of crime and offenders. From learning disabilities to drug addiction to poor mental health, there are a surprising number of health problems that make you more likely to be a victim of crime or an offender.

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Primary Care Networks: Introduction & How to Get Involved (Webinar for VCSE Organisations)

31 October, 2019 - 11:00 to 12:00

The Public Participation and Voluntary Partnerships teams at NHS England / NHS Improvement, along with National Voices, are co-hosting a webinar for VCSE organisations, including Health and Wellbeing Alliance members and others, to introduce and explain Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and discuss how to get involved, including providing support under the ‘prospectus’.

Doing Things Differently for Care Leavers in Greater Manchester

1 November, 2019 - 11:30 to 16:00

Doing Things Differently for Care Leavers in Greater Manchester will showcase the work that is taking place in Greater Manchester to support care leavers.

Hosted by the GMCA’s Greater Manchester Care Leavers Trust Board, the event will give you the chance to learn what Greater Manchester is doing as part of its Care Leavers Guarantee and Core Offer, which aims to better prepare young people leaving the care system for adulthood and independence.

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Pride in Practice Co-ordinator - GMMH Sessional Worker at LGBT Foundation

The post-holder will deliver a project based at Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust focused on LGBT inclusion within mental health services and sexual orientation and trans status monitoring.

Pride in Practice is a quality assurance and social prescribing programme for health care services that strengthens and develops service providers’ relationships with their lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT) patients within their local communities.

Hours: 
75 hours
Salary: 
£12.26 per hour
Location: 
Manchester

Bring Dementia Out Programme Co-ordinator at LGBT Foundation

Bring Dementia Out is a partnership project between LGBT Foundation, the Guinness Partnership, the National LGB&T Partnership, Brighton and Hove Switchboard, and the National Dementia Action Alliance focusing on the needs and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT) people affected by dementia.

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
£23,587 per annum
Location: 
Manchester

8 x Trafford Social Prescribing Link Worker at Central Advertising - General Practitioners

Central Advertising - General Practitioners are looking for enthusiastic and motivated Social Prescribing Link Workers to join Trafford’s North, Central, South and West Primary Care Networks.

The Role:
Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to Social Prescribing Link Workers who give time, focus on ‘what matters to me’ and take a holistic approach to an individual’s health and wellbeing, connecting people to community groups and statutory services for practical and emotional support.

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Salary: 
£21,089 - £23,761 per annum
Location: 
Trafford Primary Care Networks
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Support Time and Recovery Worker at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind and Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust work in partnership to provide an assertive outreach pathway within Community Mental Health Teams in the city. They work with hard-to-reach individuals with severe and enduring mental health needs and complex issues including homelessness, substance use and offending.

The position is an 8 month post to cover for a secondment.

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
£19,819 + working weekend enhancements + 5% pension contribution
Location: 
Central East Area Team, Rawnsley Building, MRI, Oxford Road, M13 9WL

Housekeepers at The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid)

The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) (PTMWA) is a women-led organisation whose vision is to ensure that people, suffering, or at risk of domestic abuse receive appropriate support. PTMWA offer support by providing safe accommodation, specialist support services and by working in partnership with other agencies.

PTMWA value your attitude and character as much as your experience. PTMWA pride themselves in giving women in their Refuges a clean safe space to live while they work on rebuilding their lives.

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To be agreed
Salary: 
£9.00 per hour
Location: 
One or more sites across Manchester to be negotiated at interview
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The Older People's Neighbourhood Support (OPeNS) Fund – Now open for applications

15 Oct 2019 - 12:49 by michelle.foster

The Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) is a key partner in the delivery of Manchester’s Population Health Plan. This is the city’s overarching plan for reducing health inequalities and improving health outcomes for our residents. The Plan has five priorities, including the priority to create an age-friendly city that promotes good health and wellbeing for people in mid and later life.

Funding is available for projects that aim to increase the health and wellbeing of older people in each of the 12 neighbourhoods of Manchester.

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Get Match Fit with Manchester City, CITC, MCRActive and the NHS

11 Oct 2019 - 10:52 by michelle.foster

Match FitHands Up if your a City fan, living in the M11 postcode and doing less than 30 minutes of physical activity a week?

This season, Manchester City, in collaboration with MCRactive and Five Oaks Family Practise, is offering free health checks and activity programmes to help fans improve their health and well-being.

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