NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group are working with Hunts Forum to appoint a Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector partner to manage a two-year programme, with a total budget of £750,000, to support people with mental health needs (including those with a learning disability who also have mental health needs).
In order to support the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Collaborative there is an opportunity for a VCSE provider/partner organisation to develop a two-year programme which will deliver the following outcomes:
- Provide a representative voice for the VCSE organisations as part of the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Collaborative
- Ensure effective sector engagement and consultation to help inform decision making, innovation and development of solutions to support the ICS priorities for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities
- Ensure that the MH/LD VCSE sector is engaged with the agendas of the other Place Partnerships and Collaboratives within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS, including North and South Place-based partnerships.
- Manage a two-year programme of activity in partnership with the VCSE sector to deliver projects and services which will support system outcomes and ambitions for adults with mental health needs (including those with a learning disability who also have mental health needs) across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. This will involve developing a robust process enabling organisations to apply for funds to support activity, monitor delivery of these projects and programme and feed intelligence back into the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Collaborative and wider ICS system.
The deadline to submit your completed submissions is midday 8th July 2022 and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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