Community Wellbeing Partnership

Supporting you to make your mental health a priority

Who are we?

The Community Wellbeing Partnership (CWP) is part of the Community Mental Health Transformation across the Redcar and Cleveland area. We want to ensure that people who receive mental health care can choose organisations to offer appropriate support within their community, rather than specialist NHS services.

We want to support people to manage their condition or move towards individualised recovery on their own terms in their local community. We recognise that quality of life, a role in the community and hopes and aspirations are just as important as clinical treatment.

If you have lived experience of poor mental health, personally or as a carer, you could help transform services in Redcar! Come along to our next forum and let us know what a good community Mental Health service looks like. Details below.

Our Partners

Footprints in the Community will lead a partnership of three voluntary sector organisations who will deliver services and provide strategic support as part of the community transformation in Redcar and Cleveland. Delivery partners will deliver community-based support for people experiencing ill mental health. The additional resources will enable partners to build on the services they already offer. Our partners will work separately, or collaboratively depending upon the individual’s experiences.

Aims of Community Wellbeing Partnership

  • Support people to stay well and improve their quality of life
  • Increase in the quality, range and choice of support and therefore service-user satisfaction
  • Strengthen relationships and trust between organisations, encouraging collaborative working and sharing of best practice
  • Reduce waiting times between services to provide more timely and easier-to-access support, resulting in ‘no wrong door’

Get in touch

For more information on this project please contact Eileen, Community Wellbeing Coordinator:

Email: wellbeing@footprintsinthecommunity.co.uk
Telephone: 01642 484842 or 07547 105365