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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Mental Health Alliance are pleased to invite you to be involved in our exciting new work with the Building Health Partnerships (BHP): Self-care programme.

The (BHP) Self-care programme provides funded support to enable Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) areas to engage with the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector and citizens on wellbeing and self-care priorities. They will support the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Mental Health Alliance to ensure engagement and coproduction are at the heart of our priorities, and make the best use of our collective resources in order to have the greatest positive impact for local people.

This is the first meeting for the programme and it will be an excellent opportunity to work with the BHP facilitators to:

  • find out more about the national programme, and
  • work together to prioritise and plan what needs to happen here in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, with an initial focus on the Crisis Care Concordat crisis pathway.

You will hear about local perspectives on engagement and coproduction, how to address potential issues and be involved of the planning for future sessions and other activities that will make up the local programme.

About self-care:

The Self Care Forum’s definition of Self Care is:

The actions that individuals take for themselves, on behalf of and with others in order to develop, protect, maintain and improve their health, wellbeing or wellness.

More about the programme:

Jointly funded by NHS England and the Big Lottery Fund and delivered in partnership by Social Enterprise UK and the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) the programme will run from April 2017 to June 2018.

Our area was successful in bidding for this support which will help us all to work together in developing our existing strengths, particularly with citizens and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.

The BHP programme takes a dual focus combining relationship building with agreeing and implementing joint action. STP areas in the programme will be able to access a mixture of facilitated support, expert input, links to other networks and initiatives, and communications expertise.

The programme is intended to support STPs to engage more effectively with all the providers and people necessary to meet their plan objectives. For more details see here.

For more details about the programme nationally please contact Nancy Towers at Social Enterprise UK Nancy.towers@socialenterprise.org.uk

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