Building Health Partnerships is a learning programme designed to improve collaboration between clinical commissioning groups (CCG) and local voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises (VCSE). It is being managed by NAVCA in partnership with Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) and the NHS Commissioning Board, with the support of the Department of Health.
All Health and Wellbeing
Passionate about Manchester?
Want to help local charities make a difference in the city?
Macc is looking for committed and caring people to get involved in shaping the future of our work to support and develop a thriving voluntary, community and faith sector in Manchester. Our role includes:
Greater Manchester’s largest Deaf Charity, Manchester Deaf Centre is gearing up to empower its D/deaf members to influence local health and social care provision.
The three year project, which is managed by national healthcare charity, SignHealth has been made available following a grant of £592,000 from the Department of Health’s Health and Social Care Volunteering Fund (HSCVF).
The Department for Communities and Local Government recently launched a competition to discover and support organisations that can deliver community-based English language programmes in the following identified areas of the North West
Bradford, Kirklees, Blackburn with Darwen, Hyndburn, Oldham, Manchester, Rochdale, Pendle
This competition is open to all organisations and further information can be found at:
Do you have a spinal cord injury/lesion or know someone who does? Help to improve services for everyone in the future.
Aspire, Back Up and the Spinal Injuries Association want to hear from as many spinal cord injured people in Manchester as possible to understand more about your experience of local services.
Please take up to 15 minutes to complete a survey to make sure your views are heard.
The survey is available online at the following link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/FR6XGS3
Regional Voices have published a short briefing document for the voluntary and community sector called "Influencing Local Commissioning on Health and Care". It describes the role and membership of Health and Well Being Boards, what a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment is and how to contribute to it, and how both of these contribute to the process of designing a Joint Health and Well Being Strategy.
The 2nd & 4th Monday of every month (evenings planned in near future)
BHA, Democracy House, 609 Stretford Road, Old Trafford, M16 0QA
The group support provides a safe and welcoming space for individuals to meet, ask questions, share experiences and learning and access support.
For more info contact Stewart on 0161 874 2183 or 07515738224.
Founded in 1990, BHA (formerly Black Health Agency) is a health and social care charity that exists to challenge health equalities and support individuals, families and communities to improve their health and well-being.
BHA offer a range of services delivered at local, regional and national level. The areas of expertise include sexual health, community health education and engaging and involving individuals and communities in health and social care decision making.
BHA are looking to appoint a new Chair and Treasurer
You will have seen recent briefings encouraging organisations to attend training on Safeguarding children with a disability.
This training pack has been developed following the review and is for use within your organisations to train the multi-agency workforce. The powerpoint includes notes slides.
Key messages from the review are relevant to all organisations that work with children and young people and you should ensure that you can disseminate this information throughout your organisation.
This voluntary sector briefing paper is aimed at managers who are responsible for safe staffing within voluntary sector organisations. It will also be of interest to practitioners (including volunteers) working with children, young people and families. It is designed to inform you of the current changes to CRB systems and to highlight key messages for voluntary sector organisations. The First part of this document refers to children and young people. The second part of this document refers to adults.