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Preventing hate crime

The second year of the Home Office hate crime community demonstration projects scheme has launched, and the application window is open. The aim of the scheme is to work with affected communities to fund the development of partnership projects aimed at tackling hate crime.

Please complete and submit the online form by 15 September 2017.

Click here for more information


Apply to be a Co-op local cause

 

To apply to be a Co-op cause you must have a project or event in mind that:

  • takes place in the UK or Isle of Man
  • doesn't have religious or political aims (although you can still apply if you're a religious organisation)
  • meets the Co-op's values
  • takes place or will still be running after October 2018
  • benefits your local community

We'll give preference to projects run by small, local organisations.

You can't use money from the fund solely to pay for staff salaries or general running costs, or to make a donation to another organisation.

If you're successful

We'll let you know if you've been selected in October and you can start promoting your cause to our members from November.

You'll be paid a share of the funding every 3 months, with the first payment at the end of January 2018 and the last in October 2018.

If you're successful

We'll let you know if you've been selected in October and you can start promoting your cause to our members from November.

You'll be paid a share of the funding every 3 months, with the first payment at the end of January 2018 and the last in October 2018.

How to apply

Enter your postcode to check if you can apply and how much could be available in your area

Postcode

Most communities get £4,000 to £6,000 to share between 3 causes. You have until Tuesday 30 August, 2017 to apply.

To apply you'll need:

  • your organisation's charity or HMRC registration number, or proof you're an excepted charity, Scout or Guide group or registered Community Amateur Sports club
  • a description of your project and how much you want to raise
  • 2 contact names, including email addresses
  • basic details of your organisation and what it does, including approximate annual income
  • your organisation's bank details - money from the fund can't be paid into personal accounts

HSCF Representative For Planned Care Required

 

City and Hackney Health and Social Care Forum (HSCF) is seeking voluntary and community sector (VCS) representatives for Health and Social Care Transformation

 

Health and Social Care Transformation is a partnership to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for Hackney and City of London residents through closer joint working and integration between local health and care organisations. The partners include the main health and social care commissioners and providers in City and Hackney, as well as Healthwatch and VCS representatives.The VCS representatives will have an important role raising VCS issues in an effective way.

 

We currently have represenatives on various Workstreams and Boards, full details of which can be found here, and we are advertisting for a position available on the Planned Care Board.

 

Transformation Representative Pack

Application Form

 

The deadline for applications is September 15th at 17:00


Additional VCS Strategy Focus Group 11th September

Due to demand we have added an additional date for a Focus Group

Make sure you get your voice heard in the VCS strategy by attending

on 11th September 2pm - booking essential click here to book

Given the many pressures facing the sector and the increasingly challenging funding environment this is a critical piece of work that will support the sector as a whole to continue contributing to the success of Hackney.

 

 

 
September 11th, 2017 2:00 PM   through   4:30 PM
 
The Adiaha Antigha Centre
24-30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom

People with co-occurring conditions: commission and provide services

 

PHE has published guidance on commissioning and providing better care for people with co-occurring mental health, and alcohol and drug use conditions.

This guidance is aimed at commissioners and providers of mental health and alcohol and drug treatment services. It’s also suitable for support services that have contact with people with co-occurring conditions.

The guidance supports implementation of the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and represents an action from the Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat national action plan.

The guidance can be accessed here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/people-with-co-occurring-conditions-commission-and-provide-services


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