Information, advice and guidance

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Resource: Cross-Sector Working, Mergers and More

IVAR’s (Institute for Voluntary Action Research) website for CEO’s and trustees aims to help them with information about core funding, cross sector working, strategic planning and mergers, to be more sustainable. 

Resource: Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health

The Prevention Concordat and its 10 supporting resources form part of an agreement to encourage cross sector work to carry out prevention focused work for improving mental health.

Resource: Public Health England Information

The following free online resources are available through Public Health England

Resource: VCSE Organisations and Personal Health Budgets

Shared Lives Plus, in partnership with NHS England, have published a guide that looks at how VCSE (Voluntary, community and social enterprise) organisations help people to benefit from personal health budgets. 

Does everyone come to you for information? Are you responsible for an information hub?

There are vulnerable people in all our communities who sometimes need a bit of impartial support, or guidance, especially where they are unhappy about an experience they have had with an NHS service. 

Relocation for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) Assessments (Norwich)

From Mon 5th March the Centre for Health and Disability Assessment will be moving to Baltic House, 12 Mountergate, Norwich, NR1 1QB, 

Resource: English for Speakers of Other Languages (Wymondham)

Free English lessons are available to people whose first language is not English.  

Resource: Crown Commercial Service (CSS) - Money saving opportunities for VCSE organisations

Charitable organisations can benefit from the Crown Commercial Service, which can help you to buy a variety of goods and services for the best rate.

Resource: Joining the dots: Integrating practical support in mental healthcare settings

Citizens Advice has published “Joining the Dots” a report into the advice needs of their clients with mental health problems.


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