A refresh of the Community Planning in Scotland Portal has been completed to incorporate resources supporting health and social care partnerships.
The Community Planning in Scotland portal provides information on the support available to Community Planning Partnership (CPPs), and other partnerships that contribute to community planning, from national improvement agencies and programmes. This includes links to online tools and information as well as contacts at the agencies for partnerships which would like to access tailored consultancy and facilitation support.
Over 60 new resources have been added to the portal covering nine themes and specifically targeting health and social care partnerships. These are in addition to the more general support available for community planning and other partnerships.
A new ‘Funding Opportunities’ section lists organisations offering funding for a variety of different project types. Details of the organisation, fund type and contact details are provided.
Finally, a new search function has been added to the site to help make finding resources easier.
You can access the Community Planning Portal at www.cppsupport.scot.
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