CCMP 

Calderdale Communities Matter Project

 "For a Community to be whole and healthy, it must be based on love and concern for each other"

                      The ongoing Covid 19 pandemic has not been discriminative in its           disruption and destruction. It has had a significant impact on everyone, everywhere : Individuals, families, businesses, economy, NHS and health care services, effecting everyone socially, mentally physically and financially. CCMP was created to address the needs of the community by working together in the interest of the  people  of the community.

       

                                                                        OUR SOLUTION :                                       

Collaborative working to ensure immediate needs are met and co creating long term sustainable solutions, to any additional needs surrounding mental health and wellbeing. 


                                                                         HHCK

Part of Food Poverty Network for Calderdale and the School Holiday Hunger network for Calderdale. Throughout the past 15 weeks we have had over 250 referrals, supporting over 550 individuals throughout Calderdale. We meet immediate needs in regards to sourcing/ packing and delivering food parcels to anyone experiencing difficulties or financial hardship. Referrals come via : Calderdale Council/ Housing associations/ Sure Start/ YPASS/ Pastoral teams at schools/ Social Services/ Social Care Services, Doctors or self -referrals
 *HHCK Sunday Kitchen - To resume once the restrictions of Covid-19 have been lifted.


                                                                       Project RESET 

We provide an unconditional positive regard for everyone, facilitating the opportunity to : REFLECT, RESET, RECONNECT & THRIVE 

Social Prescribing                                                                                                                                     Designed to support people with a wide range of social, emotional or practical needs.       Those who could benefit include:                                                                                                       People with mild or long-term mental health problems,                                                            Vulnerable groups,                                                                                                                                   People who are socially isolated,                                                                                                           Those who frequently attend either primary or secondary health care. 

We can help with :                                                                                                                          *Mental Health *Wellbeing *Peer Support *Housing/ Homelessness *Finances *Universal Credit *Benefits *Domestic Violence *Care Leavers *Prison Leavers *Additional needs * Preparing for Employment                                                                          Working collaboratively with appropriate Statutory Services/ Social Care, we put things in place that not only meet immediate needs of individuals and what matters to them, but look at ways of sustaining the longer term provisions/services and additional support to improve quality of mental health and wellbeing.


                                                                  

Token of appreciation and recognition from Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire 2020