Grants Available: £1000 min – £20,000 max
Programme for Digital Enablement
Adult Community Mental Health Programme for Digital Enablement – UK is now accepting an application. The Community Mental Health Framework for Young Adults and Older Adults (CMHF) model means that NHS community mental health services will be developed with community organisation working together in a seamless way, with people who use services at the center of service provision and much more involved in their own care and support.
They welcome applications from VCSE organisations with experience in engaging service users with digital inclusion training. They will provide an overview of the specific areas they would like successful organisations to support with.
They welcome applications from all organisations that meet the requirements of the specification. However, they will prioritise applications from organisations that have not received funding in previous rounds or through MPFT or NSCHT
You may apply for a grant between £1,000 and £20,000
Grant applications for Round 3, (the current round), will seek to support secondary care mental health service users who are digitally excluded.
This programme will support voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations that encourage engagement with and provide training and interactive training materials to secondary care mental health service users. Referral to training courses will be identified by MPFT and NSCHT. The ultimate goal of the program is to improve digital engagement for service users of adult community mental health services, allowing them to access their personal health records e.g. – view care plans without providing technology or data packages.
- The length of the project is Inclusive of mobilisation, delivery, and outcomes, 12 months to mobilise and deliver the grant scheme once awarded.
- Repeat applications to the Grant Scheme over subsequent rounds of funding will only be considered where there is a notable expansion of a piece of work or a significant new development that builds on the initial grant funding awarded, this will be subject to themes in subsequent grant rounds.
- Where groups are asking for part funding, applications need to be clear as to where groups are sourcing the remainder of the funding and provide assurance that the project is viable within timescales.
- Grants to support existing services will not be eligible.