Medway Time Credits has been commissioned by Medway Clinical Commissioning Group as part of the Involving Medway programme which aims to build health as a social movement. The programme supports greater involvement between local people and organisations with the design and commissioning of local services.
Haringey Time Credits has been designed to support mental health and drug and alcohol recovery services in Haringey to address addiction, mental ill health, social isolation, and loneliness by engaging people in formal and informal volunteering.
Which Way Next? How Local Area Coordination can help us beyond this crisis towards a better future for all
‘Which Way Next?’ is a report which was co-produced by the councils who make up the Local Area Coordination Network.
This case study describes how Norfolk and Suffolk Recovery College coproduced a course with Szara Froud, a mental health professional and Anastacia, who has bipolar disorder.
This discussion paper by Martin Fischer and Gill Ereaut, was commissioned by the Health Foundation, to explore the complex issues around the clinician–patient interaction – and suggest ways that it could be improved.