The Integrated Care Board Mental Health & Wellbeing Programme

Description: The Integrated Care Board Mental Health & Wellbeing Programme is aimed at community groups who wish to provide and promote new initiatives to develop the resilience and the emotional health and mental wellbeing of children and young people. We welcome applications to support children and young people up to the age of 25 years in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly with their emotional health and mental wellbeing.

Type: Core costs & project costs

Status: Open

Maximum: Grants range from £2,000- £10,000, although higher awards can be considered if organisations collaborate on delivering activities.

Opening: 11/01/2023

Deadline: 15/02/2023

Notes: The panel will be making decisions on the 20th March 2023


The Integrated Care Board Mental Health & Wellbeing Programme is aimed at community groups who wish to provide and promote new initiatives to develop the resilience and the emotional health and mental wellbeing of children and young people.

We welcome applications that support vulnerable children and young people up to the age of 25 years in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly with their emotional health and mental wellbeing. We all know that reducing worries can drastically improve young people’s sense of belonging, enables individuals to build their confidence and self-esteem and can have a positive impact on family life. When applying for a group activity we would expect you to have identified the vulnerable young people who will be involved that require support to boost and make an immediate impact on their wellbeing and mental health.

How to make an application
An application should make clear how the proposal is linked to at least one of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing:

  • Connect (connecting with people, the family unit and experiences)
  • Be active (get moving)
  • Keep learning (take time for you)
  • Give (give to others i.e. volunteer your time)
  • Take notice (stop and take notice and time for reflection)

Application examples providing emotional support might include but are not exclusive too:

  • family-based activities to improve healthy relationships
  • activities promoting healthy lifestyles
  • trying new activities
  • taking on a new hobby or sport
  • meeting new people through group activities.

As part of the grant application and assessment process, we will seek to understand how your project will offer referral pathways to those young people and families requiring additional support.

These funds are to make an immediate impact on individuals’ lives. With this in mind you should aim to spend your grant within 12 months of receipt. For all successful applicants we ask that a monitoring report is completed and submitted to us no later than 12 months of the grant award.

Grants range from:

£2,000- £10,000. Larger awards can be considered if organisations collaborate on delivering activities and in this instance, we would expect one organisation to be responsible for the application process making reference to additional partner organisations within the application form.

Criteria

Grants should be distributed to voluntary and community groups that are charitable in purpose, formally constituted and working for the benefit of Cornish residents.

CCF’s grant criteria does apply. Please read the CCF Grant Guidelines to confirm your eligibility prior to completing an application (organisations will not need to re-submit supporting documents if we have already received a copy and CCF have the latest versions).

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