Angus Community Planning

Community Care and Health Partnership

Role

The Community Care and Health Partnership has responsibility for improving the health and well-being of the population of Angus as well as supporting and enabling the most vulnerable groups in our communities to realise their potential and remain in their own communities for as long as possible. The partnership is also responsible for ensuring that the Alcohol and Drugs Partnership deliver on their key priorities i.e. prevention, recovery and children affected by parental substance misuse. The Community Care and Health partnership is to oversee the strategic development of the community care services in Angus and to ensure compliance with local and national policies and priorities.

The central aim of the partnership is to improve the health and well-being of the population of Angus as well as supporting and enabling the most vulnerable groups in our communities to realise their potential and remain in their own communities for as long as possible. Over the period 2011-2014 the partnership will focus on three priorities namely changing demography, achieving health equity and responding to the challenges which relate to the impact of alcohol and drugs in our community.

Remit

As part of the Angus Community Planning Partnership, the Community Care and Health partnerships focus is on ensuring the delivery of agreed priorities for adults with community care needs. The partnership also monitors progress against agreed outcome measures and reviews these measures to ensure that services are improving. In addition the partnership's remit is;

The partnership is made up of representatives from:

The work of the partnership is supported by the following principles:

The partnership will ensure that appropriate indicators and targets are agreed to support the delivery of the above outcomes. Progress reports will be produced every six months and presented to the ACPP in January and June of each year.

The partnership will develop a delivery plan against each of the outcomes with specific actions identified for each of the partner agencies. A highlight report on progress against these actions will be produced every six months and presented to the ACPP in January and June of each year.

Documents

Recent Minutes

Newsletters

Videos

Community Care and Health Executive Group Performs

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