Health and Well Being Network, 5 February 2019
Date: Tuesday 5 February
Time: 10:00 – 13:00
Venue: Gordon Room, Worthing Town Hall, Chapel Road, BN11 1HA
Supporting resettlement in Adur & Worthing
How can our sector respond to the changing and differing needs of families and individuals? What is it like to start a new life in the area? What are the challenges and positive developments and what can we learn from local and national organisations?
You will hear from:
- Tim Tuckett, West Sussex County Council Resettlement Team
- Jane Rennie, Director of Growing Points, national Charity working very successfully with people from excluded communities to support them to realise their ambitions.
- Q&A How do we develop to support resettlement – facilitated session
The purpose of the network is to share learning and good practice. The network also:
- explores opportunities, policy and partnership development on health and wellbeing issues;
- seeks to develop a peer support space, and to provide training opportunities for bids and tenders; and
- provides a forum to which members can invite policy makers, to create direct dialogue and a space for consultation with the voluntary and community sector in Adur and Worthing.
The Adur and Worthing Health and Wellbeing Network is a great way to stay up to date with legislation and developments in the sector and to network with collegues from across the area. Past sessions have included updates on Local Community Networks LCNs) across the region and outcomes from Research undertaken by the Council.
We will prioritise giving places to our members and voluntary and community organisations operating in Adur and Worthing.
Find out how to become a member.
If you have any questions, please call us on 01273 234023 or 01903 207735, or email email@example.com.
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