Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership
The Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership formally brings together six local mental health organisations from the NHS and the charity sector: Connection Floating Support, Elmore Community Services, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, Oxfordshire Mind, Response and Restore.
Through closer joint working, shared training, development and shared learning we are building on the specialist skills of all of our staff to give them the support they need to provide the level of high quality care we want all of our service users to receive.
Youth In Mind
Working in partnership with Oxfordshire Youth, Youth in Mind is a mental health conference is a must for anyone working with children and young people.
Mind in Berkshire
National Mind assess the quality of our local Minds through the Mind Quality Mark (MQM). It’s a set of standards covering all areas of local Mind activity. Local Minds undergo a rigorous MQM assessment, which includes a thorough appraisal of organisational policies and procedures as well as a visit and interviews with trustees, staff, volunteers and people who use services. MQM provides assurance that local Minds across England and Wales are well-run and meet our expectations of good practice, and in many cases excel beyond those expectations.
Local Minds provide mental health services in local communities across England and Wales. Our unique and successful network of over 100 local Minds is fundamental to everything we do.
We work together in partnership to deliver excellent mental health services to anyone who needs them.
Oxfordshire Homeless Movement
Nobody should have to sleep rough on our streets. Oxfordshire Homeless Movement is a partnership of organisations choosing to come together to cooperate, to kickstart a new approach to tackling rough sleeping and homelessness on our doorstep. We will work constructively together to increase public awareness and understanding of rough sleeping, to generate funding and commitment in kind, and to find and deliver effective, lasting solutions to end rough sleeping in Oxfordshire.