The Alliance of Community-led Health Improvement Organisations

Community Learning Exchange

The Community Learning Exchange, hosted by Scottish Community Alliance, is now into its second year of funding. 98 applications have been supported so far, with 145 organisations benefiting.

The following documents together with an application form are now available through the following Links


Or Contact: exchange@scottishcommunityalliance.net   or Phone 0131 260 9501

The Community Learning Exchange newsletter on the 'news' page. which includes good examples, provides details of the excellent Community Learning Exchange Programme. The programme once again provides financial support for host organisations and visiting organisations who want to share good practice and expertise. This comes highly recommended. Read More.



Contact Information:


Tel:0141-646-0123


E-mail: admin@schw.co.uk




Copyright © 2014 www.schw.co.uk All rights reserved.                                 Terms & Conditions                                

Terms & Conditions Mail: admin@schw.co.uk

Registered Office:


16 Farmeloan Road

Rutherglen

G73 1DL

Registered Scottish Charity:


No SCO44327






Design by

p

d

"Saving Money by doing the right thing"

"Saving Money by doing the right thing" is an excellent report by Locality a nationwide network of community enterprises, development trusts, settlements and social action centres.  It offers a refreshingly alternative and compelling argument and guide to the ways in which public services need to change (at no additional cost!) to provide more effective support for improving health and wellbeing. A key theme of the argument is that services are 'local by default'. The case studies of individuals situations are excellent This is well worth the time invested in reading its 50 pages.  www.locality.org.uk

Outline of an Offer to the Scottish Goverment

Views of local people on Social Prescribing


The following comments are a selection of those made by local people in the communities that will be engaged in the SCHW/HLCA Social Prescribing Project.  The full report on the views of local people produced to support the SCHW/HLCA Social Prescribing Project can be accessed here.