CROSS-BORDER STATUTORY-COMMUNITY HEALTH PROJECT MAKING MAJOR IMPACT

A cross-border European Union INTERREG VA funded partnership between the statutory sector and eight community-based Hubs across Northern Ireland, the border counties of Ireland and the West of Scotland has made a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of 10,000 people. The CAWT Community Health Synchronisation (CoH-Sync) project received grant funding, totalling €5.01 million, from the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, which is managed by the Special EU Programmes Body. Match-funding has been provided by the Departments of Health, Northern Ireland and Ireland, with support from the Scottish Government. The project has been recognised as an exemplar cross-jurisdictional model […]

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Launch of the first ever online Recovery College on the island of Ireland

The Western Health and Social Care trust and the HSE, Donegal are delighted to be a project partners in launching the first ever online Recovery College on the island of Ireland. Developed by the CAWT cross border Innovation Recovery project with EU INTERREG VA funding, accessing on-line user-friendly courses to improve your mental health and well-being has never been easier! Visit mymentalhealthrecovery.com  where you can explore and discover at your own pace.  Courses are free of charge and are available 24 hours a day to professionals and the general public. My Mental Health information leaflet If you have any questions […]

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