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CLMH research lessons learned

Blogs, news and lessons learned from the 60 providers involved in the BIS national Community Learning Mental Health research (2015/17)

HLC Two Projects

Compare and contrast the East Riding and North East Lincs projects.

This is an interview between Humber Learning Consortium and Active Humber, who are a delivery partner in the Mental Health Research project.  Active Humber have been delivering their ‘Activating Confidence’ over the two contracting areas, North East Lincolnshire and East Riding.  The interview explores the differences on what the provider's experience has been working across the the two areas.

Positive Steps... Bury CLMH phase-1 research

In 2015, Bury Adult Learning Service successfully bid to the ESFA to become one of 62 DfE Community Learning Mental Health research projects. We named our project 'Positive Steps' and, in April 2015, set forth to put our bid into action. Here's what happened: 

Wolverhampton CLMH demography

Demographic context-Wolverhamotion CLMH project 

The City is culturally diverse and more than 200 languages are spoken in its communities and schools.

Deprivation is disproportionate across the City with a marked disparity between residents in affluent wards who tend to be older, have better health and have more financial resources, compared to wards in the East and South of the City.

Based on the overall measure of deprivation Wolverhampton is now in the 6% most deprived areas in England and ranked 20th overall out of 326 local authority areas.

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