YP Health Partnership

YP Health Partnership

YPHP logoAYPH leads the Young People’s Health Partnership (YPHP), a seven strong consortium of organisations working to raise the profile of young people’s health.

YPHP works with the Department of Health, Public Health England and NHS England as a strategic partner to raise the profile of the health agenda across the voluntary youth sector.  You can find out more about the strategic partner programme including a list of other organisations that are leading strategic partnerships here.

Together with AYPH the partnership includes: Addaction, Ambition, Brook, CLIC Sargent, StreetGames, and Youth Access.

Access all our resources here and follow @YPHealth on Twitter for more about our work.

Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing

YPHP are delighted to be sharing case studies of prevention work in the voluntary sector in order to increase understanding about the range of work taking place in the VCS and the importance of a focus on prevention. Download the case studies here.

If you are interested in this work take a look at YPHP’s report on voluntary sector providers views of CAMHS transformation here.

Young People’s Takeover Challenge

YPHP supports a range of ‘takeover’ activities where young people get involved in informing health decision making. In 2015 we ran four national events to find out more about what happened and be inspired to run your own takeover challenge see our summary report here.  A Takeover day Toolkit sets out how you can run a takeover day activity focusing on health and wellbeing.

Minister and YPIn 2016 and early 2017 we are running takeover challenge activities with Public Health England, NHS England and the Department of Health.  If you are interested to find out more contact us: info@youngpeopleshealth.org.uk

Some of the young people with Health Minister Alistair Burt MP in 2015.

 

The Health and Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partner Programme
Working together for better health and care

YPHP is part of this programme – its work is summarised below.  For more details about the programme contact: strategic.partners@dh.gsi.gov.uk 

The voluntary sector is vital for creating an affordable health and care system which is fit for the future.

The Health and Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partner Programme brings the power of the voluntary sector together with the health system, to improve services and promote well-being for all.

We do this by:

  • Helping reach the most vulnerable, excluded individuals and communities
  • Supporting people to make their diverse needs and voices heard
  • Harnessing the expertise of the voluntary sector to inform national policy development
  • Driving awareness of the role and potential of the sector
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