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George is a young persons mental health coordinator who works in local schools to promote emotional well-being, build resilience, and provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions for young people.

This is his story.

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George’s story – nurture environments

George is a young persons mental health coordinator who works in local schools to promote emotional well-being, build resilience, and provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions for young people. This is his…
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Inequalities

#ListenActChange: Organisations unite to mark Race Equality Week 2024

Organisations and colleagues across Bradford District and Craven have come together to mark this year’s Race Equality Week (REW) by launching the second stage of an award-winning anti-racism movement. Root…
Graphic of a megaphone. Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership logo, Together5Health logo and NHS logo at the top of the page. Text says: Together 4 Health funding opportunity. Tackling and reducing health inequalities CP4 - Together for Health priority areas. - wellbeing in pregnancy - preconception health. - smoking and vaping cessation - serious mental illness e.g. Bipolar. - long term conditions e.g. diabetes. Intersted community organisations are invited to express their interest. Please enter the link below to browser of scan the QR code provided to download the guidance and application form. Duration: 1-2 years Amount: up to £27,500 (evidence based) Closing date: Sunday 18 February 2024, 5pm. In collaboration with CorePlus5 https://bdcpartnership.co.uk/strategic-initiatives/ria/core20plus5/
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Together 4 Health CP4 Core20Plus5 funding

This Together 4 Health CP4 Core20Plus5 fund is to support interventions based on the priority areas that aim to reduce health inequalities and aims to improve health and quality of…