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Lunchtime Learning - Community Mental Health and Wellbeing (for young people)
Created: 28/05/2021, Updated: 08/06/2021
When: 12:00 1:00, Tuesday 08 June 2021 Where: Teams Call - online, Anywhere with an internet connection and browser, Fife, N/A This event is being organised by Fife Voluntary Action This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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FVA Lunchtime Learning sessions to support the third sector in Fife
FVA lunchtime learning sessions are aimed at raising the skills and capacities of local third sector providers interested in improving or enhancing their provision in Fife.
Participants at this lunchtime learning session will find out more about the new 'Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Supports and Services Framework' and work to develop this in Fife.
This new, national framework aims to:
Set out a clear broad approach for the support that children and young people should be able to access for their mental health and emotional wellbeing within their community
Assist local children’s services and community planning partnerships with the commissioning and establishment of new local community mental health and wellbeing supports or services or the development of existing supports and services, in line with this framework.
Facilitate the enhancement or creation of services that can deliver support which is additional and innovative wherever these are best placed
There is a close association between Fife’s Our Minds Matter Framework and the Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Supports and Services Framework.However, there are aspects of the remit that are broader, specifically the age range: children & young people aged 5-25 years and a large focus across community development.
The session will provide the opportunity to hear more about ongoing Fife planning around this framework and to hear about currently commissioned work and about current thinking around potential future commissioning.
The session will be joined by Gail McLeod (Lead Policy Officer for the framework) and Rona Weir (Education Manager, Health and Wellbeing).