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Salford Thrive Plan
Salford Thrive Plan 2022-2023
The Salford Thrive Plan 2022-23 is our integrated local transformation plan (LTP) for children’s emotional health and wellbeing. The plan sets out the over-arching work programme and priorities for children and young people’s emotional and mental health over the next 12 months.
To view please see the downloadable section at the bottom of the page.
Since 2015, it has been a statutory requirement that all Integrated Care Partnerships (ICP) produce and publish an annual update to their local transformation plans.
The Thrive Plan also shows the progress against our plan 2021-22 and priorities agreed for 2022-23.
Salford’s Thrive programme is focused on enabling as many young people to ‘Thrive’ as possible. This is done by supporting the whole system with improved understanding and awareness of children’s emotional health and wellbeing / mental health needs. Along with focusing on improving the confidence of the whole workforce in identifying needs and helping young people and / or managing risk support.
Salford City Council and Salford ICP are fully committed to working together to improve the mental health of our young people, and have established joint governance and integrated commissioning arrangements to oversee and support the Salford Thrive work programme.
The Thrive Partnership acts as the ‘expert reference group’ and is responsible for shaping priorities and for supporting implementation of the Thrive plan.
The Salford Thrive Plan 2022 and appendices are available in the downloadable documents section at the bottom of the page.
Salford Mental Health All Age Integrated Commissioning Strategy 2019-2024
Supporting good mental health in Salford has always been a high priority. As a city facing challenges around poverty, physical health and education, we have similar challenges around the number of people with emotional wellbeing and mental health needs.
The new, all age mental health strategy will set out our plans for 2019-2024 and will focus on emotional wellbeing and mental health throughout people’s lives, including children and young people, adults and older adults. It is based on a new needs assessment and extensive engagement with people who have personal experience of mental health problems, carers and staff.
This strategy aims to drive forward our approaches to supporting mental health within the wider care system and to guide our approach to supporting good emotional wellbeing throughout our local communities.
2023 - 2024 update:
2022 - 2023 update:
- Appendix B - Finance and Investment (Excel, 19kb)
- Appendix C - Salford CYPMH Case Studies (Word, 144kb)
- Appendix D - Service Data 2021-2022 (Word, 88kb)
March 2021 - 2022 update:
- A: Understanding Need (Word, 3.5mb)
- B: Key Lines of Inquiry (KLOES) (Excel, 151kb)
- C: GM CYP Mental Health Plan, 2020-21 update (PDF, 712kb)
- D: Salford Emotional Health & Wellbeing Ambitions (PDF, 920kb)
- E: The Salford Way: 2020-21 Training Evaluation (PDF, 346kb)
- F: Wellbeing for Education Return: Impact Report 2021 (PDF, 165kb)
- G: Domestic Abuse Progress Report 2020 (PDF, 165kb)
- H: Finance and Investment (PDF, 145kb)
- I: Performance, Outcomes and Service Data (PDF, 563kb)
- J: Salford Children & Young People Mental Health Case Studies (PDF, 508kb)
- K: Measuring Outcomes (PDF, 263kb)
Salford Thrive Plan (formerly known as CAMHS Transformation Plan):
- CAMHS Transformation Plan 2015-20 Summary (PDF, 191kb)
- CAMHS Transformation Plan 2015-2020 (PDF, 1.5mb)
March 2020 update:
- Appendix 1: Local Needs Assessments (PDF 223kb)
- Appendix 2: Summary of Pilot Evaluations (PDF 692kb)
- Appendix 3: Salford Thrive Dashboard (Excel, 34kb)
- Appendix 4: GM Data-Jan 2020 (PDF 387kb)
- Appendix 5: EHWB in Schools 7 min Briefing (PDF 586kb)
- Appendix 6 - GM Young Carers Standards (PDF 267kb)
- Appendix 7: Vulnerable Groups (PDF 89kb)
- Appendix 8: Thrive Project Plan 2019-20 (Excel, 25kb)
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