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Healthier City & Hackney Fund -

EOI due in 24th November

The slides explaining the Healthier City & Hackney Fund

Do you deliver Parenting groups or have you delivered them in the past year

As part of the Parenting Groups Workstream of the CAMHS Alliance Project we are trying to map out which parenting groups are being run or have been run in the past year in Hackney through different services.


We have devised a REALLY SHORT Survey (3 minutes) directed to any service that delivers or has delivered parenting groups.


We would appreciate if you could answer and/or forward the survey to any service you have knowledge of.


Many thanks,

Mariona Garcia Edo

Assistant Psychologist

Alliance Transformation Project.


Learning from Adult Serious Case Reviews

 Additional date

7th December 18880785-FLYER_SAR_Learning_Events_2017-18_add_date.pdf

Learning from SARs

½-day Participatory Workshop

Advice Officer
VCH win national Groundwork UK award for best community group contribution to community cohesion

Message from Lauren Tobias - CEO Volunteer Centre Hackney

I’m excited to let you know that last night we were selected as the winners of a national Groundwork UK award for best community group contribution to community cohesion for our resident-led skills-share project Our Place which is based down on New Kingshold. Over time, we have seen over 130 residents develop hugely in skills, confidence and ambition running a whole variety of projects themselves that make their lives and their area better, while the peer support they offer each other is immeasurable. Thank you so much for your support to VCH and on the Our Place project. We could not deliver it without our partners and funders, past and present, who include People’s Health Trust, Southern Housing Group, Public Health, Hackney Council, Shoreditch Trust and Cordwainers Grow who have all been incredibly supportive. We would love to be able to roll this project out across Hackney, as it truly helps local residents with very difficult backgrounds, including quite severe mental health issues, to develop in confidence and make friends with their neighbours who they would never otherwise meet.


Here’s a link to more information about the project


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