Throughout Covid-19, our staff and partners have risen to the challenge of supporting people living with mental health issues in the Humber, Coast and Vale area. We’ve kept our focus on community support and found new and innovative ways of delivering our services

Mental health and wellbeing is vital in maintaining physical health and health in general and never has this been more apparent than during the last few months. I would like to start by thanking our staff, carers, volunteers, charities for maintaining services and supporting our communities. The response over the last four months from all … Read more

We believe that our communities will benefit for many years to come if we can learn from the changes we’ve made in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Thank you for all the hard work, enthusiasm and ingenuity that you have shown over the last three months.

It’s been 13 weeks since the country was placed into lockdown as the Government introduced measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the UK. On the one hand it seems like a lifetime ago, and on the other it feels like yesterday. It feels like an eternity has passed since lockdown measures were introduced, … Read more

More than 500 tablet devices help care home residents remain connected to GPs during COVID-19

Care home residents in Humber, Coast and Vale have remained connected to GPs during lockdown – after more than 500 tablet devices were supplied to the region’s care homes through a digital programme launched in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The UK government introduced strict lockdown measures in March to try to limit the … Read more

“We have a long way to go to achieve race equality. But the events of the past few weeks also shows that there is reason to be hopeful because we are now talking and taking action.”

Yesterday the funeral of George Floyd took place. As has been extensively covered in the news, George died after a white police officer was filmed kneeling on his neck for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis, USA. I have been reflecting on what has happened, and continues to happen, with a sense of anger and sadness. … Read more

Reset, recovery or restoration… How do we build back better than before?

Over the past weeks and months, colleagues, partners and commentators from various perspectives and sectors have been talking about what comes next following the initial peak of Covid-19 cases and the rapid work that was undertaken to deal with the immediate pandemic response. Within the Partnership team we have been musing over the most appropriate … Read more