Positive practice and networks located in: Cheshire and Merseyside

Mymind Mymind

Mymind is a website www.mymind.org.uk and twitter feed @mymindfeed, developed by Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, to provide children and young people with information about mental health problems. Read more »

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Complex Recovery, Advice and Consultation Service

The Complex Recovery Assessment and Consultation (CRAC) Service in Cheshire and Wirral works to enhance existing care pathways by utilising expertise and specialist skills in complex care management. The team also captures on-going audit data looking at detailed analysis of variance leading to prolonged or repetitive use of acute care. Read more »

Imagine Your Goals Imagine Your Goals

Imagine Your Goals is a community based football programme run by Everton FC in the Community and Mersey Care NHS Trust. It offers local people living with mental health issues an opportunity to talk about their problems and seek support in a familiar environment. Read more »

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Cheshire and Wirral CQUINs in mental health

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is working on a series of Commissioning for Quality and Innovations (CQUINs) in mental health, including improving integrated care for people with long term conditions in the community, improving the accuracy, quality and timeliness of data about services and encouraging innovation across service areas. Read more »

Caring Together in Eastern Cheshire Caring Together in Eastern Cheshire

Caring Together in Eastern Cheshire is an initiative led by NHS Eastern Cheshire CCG which aims to promote integrated care in Eastern Cheshire. It’s about providers of care working with the people who receive care and their support networks, family, friends and carers. Read more »

Mersey Care CQUINs in mental health Mersey Care CQUINs in mental health

Mersey Care NHS Trust is working on a series of Commissioning for Quality and Innovations (CQUINs) in mental health, including improving the quality of care for people with psychosis, a developing a new way of collaborative working with primary care and improving the transitional mental health pathway for young people. Read more »