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August 2017

Mental Health workstream update

By | Mental Health, STP | No Comments

Health and care providers across Hull, East Yorkshire, Northern Lincolnshire, Scarborough and York are working collaboratively to ensure we have mental health services that are built around the needs of the local population now and in the future. This is a tremendous opportunity to transform mental health services and integrate…

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Seeking views on mental health provision from pregnant women, new mums and partners

By | Maternity, Mental Health, Scarborough & Ryedale, Vale of York | No Comments

Health commissioners in North Yorkshire are hoping to launch a dedicated county-wide perinatal mental health service for pregnant woman and new mums. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) covering Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby, Vale of York, Scarborough and Ryedale, and Harrogate and Rural District will be submitting a joint bid for funding…

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Complementary therapy for cancer patients

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A new service offering complementary therapies for people who have survived cancer is set to be launched in East Yorkshire. Staffed entirely by volunteers, qualified therapists will donate their time and expertise to enhance the well-being of people who are undergoing or have been through cancer treatment. The service will…

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What Makes You Feel Good? Building Health Partnerships to Keep Local People Well

By | Communications and Engagement, Healthier People, STP | No Comments

Humber, Coast and Vale is part of the nationally-supported Building Health Partnerships programme for 2017/18. The programme supports Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) areas to engage with the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector and citizens on wellbeing and self-care priorities In Humber, Coast and Vale the programme will…

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