Salford City Partnership


 

EHWB Partnership

Salford's Emotional Health & Wellbeing Partnership works to make the Emotional Health & Wellbeing Strategy a reality.

Main aims of the partnership: 

  • To champion and implement Salford's Ambitions for children and young people's emotional health and wellbeing, including:
  1. Improved awareness and understanding amongst the public and professionals about children and young people's emotional and  mental health. 
  2. Children and young people in Salford have timely access to effective child-centred emotional and mental health support when they need it. 
  3. Targeted support for the most vulnerable, and improved care for children and young people in crisis. 
  4. Parental support and programmes for those who need it. 
  5. Transparency and accountability across the whole system. 
  6. Children and young people have a voice
  • To actively promote emotional health and wellbeing, and support the joint 0-25 Integration and CAMHS Transformation Communications and Engagement Plan. 
  • To support and promote self help, early help and early intervention to address difficulties. 
  • To enable appropriate and timely access to specialist services using a 'right person; right place and right time' standard. 
  • To target Salford's most vulnerable children and young people. 
  • To engage and involve children, young people and their parents/carers in opportunities to influence the commissioning and delivery of services, listening to their views. 
  • To support the development of services and pathways for children and young people up to the age 25 years, including effective transition arrangements between services and throughout the life course

Salford's Emotional Health and Wellbeing Ambitions

Salford young people had the opportunity to tell us what they wanted to see from services. An online survey was circulated and an engagement event took place to gather experiences, views and expectations on services for children and young people's emotional health.

The following 'We Statements' have been developed from the consultation and will underpin our Ambitions for Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Salford.

Chair and Membership

 
Chair: Debbie Blackburn, Assistant Director of Public Health, Salford City Council (Executive Lead on 0-25 Integration Test Case Emotional Health & Wellbeing into CAMHS).

Membership includes representation from:

 CCG Commissioners  Salford City Council Commissioners
 CAMHS Manager and CAMHS Clinical Lead  Adult Mental Health Commissioner
 Adult Mental Health Provider  Educational Psychology
 Complex Needs / SEN Services  Primary School Head(s) & Secondary School Head(s)
 Heads of Safeguarding (SCC & CCG)  Children's Social Care
 Integrated Youth Services  Youth Offending Service
 Connexions  Voluntary Sector representatives
 Commissioned & non-commissioned providers  Public Health
 GPs  Community Nursing
 Community Paediatrician(s)  GMP
 Contact EHWB@salford.gov.uk for more information.

EHWB Partnership meetings for 2018:

  • Tuesday 13th February, 2.30-4.30pm, committee room 3, Salford Civic Centre
  • Tuesday 10th April, 10.00am-12.00pm, committee room 1, Salford Civic Centre
  • Tuesday 12th June, 10.00am-12.00pm, committee room 2, Salford Civic Centre
  • Tuesday 14th August, 10.00am-12.00pm, community rooms 1 & 2, Swinton Gateway
  • Tuesday 9th October, 10.00am-12.00pm, committee room 4, Salford Civic Centre
  • Tuesday 11th December, 10.0am-12.00pm, committee room 4, Salford Civic Centre 

This page was last updated on 22 December 2017

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