Health & Wellbeing Voluntary Organisations Forum

Health & Wellbeing Voluntary Organisations Forum

A strategic forum for voluntary organisations interested in health improvement and reduction of health inequalities in Kensington & Chelsea, Queen’s Park and Paddington.  The aim of the forum is to:

  • Ensure the voluntary and community sector in Kensington Chelsea are informed and engaged in all relevant matters relating to the health and wellbeing of local residents
  • Ensure that the voice of the voluntary and community organisations delivering health and wellbeing services are heard in aiming to reduce health inequalities and able to influence local decision making particularly within Kensington and Chelsea's Health and Wellbeing Board and the West London Clinical Commissioning Group 
  • Ensure that the sector is central to the delivery of health and wellbeing services for local residents

Please contact us if you have ideas for the next meeting - issues you think are important to discuss, or research/information you would like to present
020 7243 9800 - Hayley@kcsc.org.uk

Read here the Terms of reference for the forum.


Health & Wellbeing News

Wed 20/05/2020

The Community Massage Team are providing welfare calls to their clients and also to under 65’s who have been referred for welfare/befriending calls.

Tue 19/05/2020

This week (18-24 May 2020) marks Mental Health Awareness week, and now it is more important than ever to start a conversation about mental health.

The outbreak of Coronavirus has led to people being away from their loved ones for a long period of time, and in some cases, unfortunately losing those close to them to the virus - and being unable to mourn properly due to social distancing and isolation.

Tue 12/05/2020

The PlayGround Theatre are currently running play reading groups to support mental wellbeing.

Fri 07/02/2020

The Health Foundation has announced a new £2.1m programme for partnerships developing collaborative communities where people, families, health care professionals and researchers work together to improve health care.

The Common Ambition programme will support up to five ambitious teams across the UK to work towards a shared aim: to build sustainable change across health care through collaboration between those who use services and those who deliver them.