Engaging third sector in the work across Cheshire and Merseyside

NHS St Helens CCG working in partnership with NHS Halton CCG held a third sector engagement event. This event was to bring third sector organisations together on how they could get involved in the work across Cheshire and Merseyside. The events were lead by patient and public lay members for each CCG with support from Communications and Engagement teams. 

Monday 10th July 2017, the aim of this event was to bring third sector organisations together to ensure that NHS Halton CCG and NHS St Helens CCGs better engage with you about local health proposals at both STP and LDS level. Representation from third sector/ voluntary organisations included:

  • Halton and St Helens VCA
  • Healthwatch St Helena and Knowsley
  • Well-being enterprises
  • Deafness Resource Centre
  • Willowbrook Hospice

To see a full list of attendees and to find out more view the summary report here.

 

Wednesday 28th February 2018, this event was held as a dragons den style event with representatives from Community and Voluntary Sector presented their organisation and demonstrated their added value and importance in delivery that the community and voluntary sector bring to health and social care delivery. The implementation lead for the Cheshire and Merseyside health care partnership also presented the importance of the voluntary and third sector to the partnership and the ability to deliver on the challenges to support the community to access prevention health and social care support and out of hospital care. 

To see a full list of attendees and to find out more view the summary report here.

 

Thursday 13th September 2018, The focus of the meeting was the presentation from Stefanie on the development of the above service across Warrington, St Helens, Halton and Knowsley. The service provides treatment and support for mothers and their families where the Mum develops complex or severe mental health problems during pregnancy or up to a year after having a a child. The Cheshire and Mersey Specialist Perinatal Service provides important mental health assessment and support for local women experiencing moderate to severe mental health issues during this time.

To see a full list of attendees and to find out more view the summary report here.