New Models of Community Mental Health programme
What is the New Models of Community Mental Health programme?
The New Models of Community Mental Health (MH) Programme is a London-wide programme that supports all of London’s Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) to change the way that mental health services are delivered in the community so that it is more joined-up, uses whole-population approaches and supports care that is more personalised to a person’s mental health needs.
The programme has an overarching aim to support London ICSs to develop ‘robust models of community MH transformation’
Policy and background context
This programme of work has come from the Community MH Framework for Adults and Older Adults that was developed by NHS England that aims to support people with serious mental illness or complex MH conditions in the community. London Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) are committed to transforming the way community MH services are delivered to ensure that people with complex MH needs are supported well in the community.
To find out more read the NHS Long Term Plan
Overview of governance structures
The London MH Transformation Board agreed to establish this programme in July 2020. This Board has oversight and accountability for the delivery of this work.
There are a number of workstreams based on key themes. Click on the tabs below to find out more information about our work.
If you would like to find out more about this programme, please contact the Mental Health Transformation Team at firstname.lastname@example.org