What are the 4 main priorities of our Inspiring Communities programme?
We have listened to our residents and partners to identify four key priorities to focus our activities within the Inspiring Communities programme, those priorities are:
Breckland Council plays a key role in identifying people who need help and providing interventions in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
We provide core local services, including community safety, economic development, planning, housing, leisure, wellbeing and environmental services for local communities - areas that are increasingly recognised as vital components of population health systems.
Inspiring Communities is about collaboration with key stakeholders to develop a community-led approach to enhancing the lives of Breckland residents. It sets a clear tone that Breckland Council are here to collectively lead, enable and support a District-wide approach to the improved health and wellbeing of our residents.
What we are doing:
LEAD: We have taken a leading role in the delivery of a District wide approach to Early Intervention and Prevention to improve the lives of our residents:
- We deliver weekly early intervention Collaboration Meetings.
- We deliver The Silver Social for isolated older people.
- We deliver Social Prescribing services.
ENABLE: We work collaboratively with our communities to build capacity and resilience to improve the lives of our residents:
- We have supported the development of community supermarkets by Norfolk Community Foundation.
- We provide ongoing support to community groups to develop, implement and shape solutions to local issues.
- We are supporting the development of Community Hubs in our market towns.
SUPPORT: We commission partners to deliver services when they are best placed to help our residents:
- We have funded the Daisy Programme Community & Early Help worker.
- We have funded the delivery of Tripstart.
- We have funded the Breckland Mental Health Community Partnership.
- We have funded the Breckland Youth Advisory Board Young Person Mental Health Project.
Last updated: 06/08/2021 10:18:37