NHS Clinical Networks seeking representatives from the voluntary and community sector to support and inform their five year plans for public health.
Survivors West Yorkshire has been commissioned by the OPCC to deliver a project to provide up to date knowledge - expertise in relation to adult male sexual violence survivor service delivery.
If you are involved in delivering services to children and young people, please read the strategy and complete the feedback form.
March's bulletin, which provides updates on the work at the Office for Civil Society (OCS), is now available online. It includes updates/links to more information on support for young people, sector support, social action and social investment.
Alison Haskins will be one of the key speakers at Involve Yorkshire & Humber's 'Data Matters' event, which launches their new research on the voluntary sector in the region.
Several recent reports and a local leader's message to parliament have got us cheering at Nova! Why? Because they encapsulate many of the issues we've been concerned about for a while, are offering solutions and are (hopefully) going to bring about positive changes.
A new open-access online directory of services for victims of crime is currently being compiled by two researchers working for Victim Support in partnership with the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner's Office. If you regularly work with victims of crime you may wish to ensure your organisation is included in the directory, particularly if you welcome self-referrals.
NHS England has launched a programme for the voluntary and community sector to help them 'gear up' for personal health budgets so they have the knowledge, capacity and expertise to inform their local communities about personal health budgets.
The Guardian has recently produced a map showing the cuts in spending in each local authority area, from 2011/12 to 2014/15. Wakefield is losing £127.66 per head over the period.
Kidz Aware has recently produced a booklet called My Passport to Understanding Dementia in response to many calls it has received for information on dementia.