Presentation on theme: "NO HEALTH WITHOUT MENTAL HEALTH Bristol City Council’s Progress."— Presentation transcript:
NO HEALTH WITHOUT MENTAL HEALTH Bristol City Council’s Progress
Has the restructure effected progress? We have lost some key staff (Christina Grey, Richard Nochar, Catherine Wevill) Progress is being made Structures are settling down and we are looking at priorities Need to look at rebuilding a strategic approach to this Please bear with me!
CYPS (People) Refresh the 2008 Needs Assessment and to develop an updated Emotional Health & Wellbeing Strategy for Children & Young People; As part of community child health services, recommissioning the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS): in place by April Continued involvement in the Bristol Modernising Mental Health Programme from a CYP perspective in order to support effective transition pathways from CAMHS to Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS)
Safer Bristol (People) Commissioned hate crime community support service, to provide support to any victim of a hate crime incident. (6/13) Dedicated CAMHS nurse within YOT, working closely with school nurses. Clinical Psychologist works within team.
Housing (People) Homeless (accommodation) recommissioning using Psychologically Informed Environment design. Housing Advice Team working specifically with discharged from mental health services at risk of homelessness. Training to build skills around mental health issues. Compass Health APMS (Alternative Provider Medical Services) contract extended until This allows time for a thorough review, coming to the end of time limited contracts Continuing floating support for people with mental health problems to enable them to keep tenancies and live safely and independently –four floating support services have been tendered
Adult Social Care (People) Actively involved in modernising mental health including assertive engagement service Accommodation strategy for LD and MH supported housing: looking to develop market both opportunistically and wider market development Social Prescribing Pilot with Second Step and wider social prescribing group Kept all Mental Health Floating support and recommissiong for efficiency Discretionary spend eg Rethink protected in budget MH social work teams coming back creates MH skills in generic teams Dementia: developing ECH for lifelong support, working closely with CCG on Demetria strategy and dementia friendly cities, Dementia design etc.
Neighbourhoods 5 ways training delivered to 10 community leaders. Working with Knowle West Health Park to develop informal activities to promote 5 ways with small groups. 100 people were trained as first mental health aiders in the inner city. Bristol Dementia Inclusion Programme is working to integrate communities eg sporting memories; reminiscence work between primary school 14 new social isolation projects that will give an evidence base Health Trainers working on social isolation Fulfilling lives/ Golden key
Public Health Our stop smoking teams are actively working with mental healthy services. Continue to support the self harm register which provides essential data for service improvement. The Bristol Suicide Prevention Partnership continues to deliver the local suicide prevention strategy. An annual suicide prevention report is published Mental health Needs assessment work
In Summary NHWMH is being embraced across a range of Council areas. Progress being made across the council Getting clearer after reorganisation Arguably needs a more co-ordinated approach