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September update for the Partnership Programme in the North East.

A lot of useful information related to mental health and learning in the region is now posted on the North East Partnership Programme Virtual Learning Environment/moodle. If you would like to access this please let Ann Creed know and she will send instructions about procedures to get online.

The Partnership Programme is pleased to be co-ordinating a range of exciting national projects – some with pilot sites in the North East. If you want more information about any of the projects let Ann know and she will put you in touch with the NIACE staff member responsible.

Contact:
Ann Creed
Regional Project Officer – Mental Health

NE pilot organisationProject

Sunderland Early Intervention Project and City of Sunderland College

 

Back on Track 2
(targeted at young people)

Mental Health and Wellbeing Support, Newcastle College

 

Boosting demand for learning

 

Mental Health North East

 

Enabling learners to declare their mental health difficulties and access support

 

A4E

Thornaby Community School Tees Valley

Work-based learning

 

Hutton Centre, St. Lukes Hospital Middlesbrough

Sunderland Mental Health Recovery and Rehabilitation Partnership

Take Ten People:

integrated employment and skills

Further Information

No further information

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