We will aim to challenge stigma wherever it appears, including in our diverse / ethnic communities to promote equity in practice both in the public and private sector.
We will work to intervene early to prevent our children and young people entering their adulthood with progressive mental health conditions championing everything that enables and empowers our children and young people to achieve their maximum potential including good quality housing and education.
We will reach out to our rural and isolated communities to engage and involve them to play an active role in local decision-making processes.
We will share information about sources of help in Stafford; information about the services in Stafford will be available in accessible formats.
We will work together to find innovative solutions based upon the principles of integration and innovation, working together to improve health and social care for all.
We strive to ensure that there is adequate and timely provision of mental health services for all.
Theo Clarke, Member of Parliament for Stafford
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Farming Community Network
Talk to a sympathetic person who understands farmers and rural life.
House of Bread
Supporting the vulnerable and homeless in the community.
Ministry at Work
A Staffordshire charity providing one-to-one pastoral support for the business community.
- House of Bread
- Housing Plus Group
- Keele University
- Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- MOD Stafford
- National Farmers Union
- Stafford and Surrounds Clinical Commissioning Group
- Stafford Borough & Staffordshire County Council
- Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service
- Staffordshire Police
- Staffordshire University
- Support Staffordshire
- Theo Clarke MP
- Voice for Change
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