Salford CCG rated one of the best in the country four years running

Salford Clinical Commissioning Group has once again been rated as one of the top CCGs in the country for the fourth consecutive year, following an annual assessment by NHS England.

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#SupportYourWorkMate campaign launches to reduce amount of suicides in construction industry

A new suicide prevention campaign has launched in Salford to raise awareness that one in four construction workers have considered taking their own life.

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CCG funds innovative radio project for disadvantaged youngsters

MediaCityUK-based community youth radio station, Unity Radio, is to launch its ground-breaking social enterprise ‘I Believe’ project, after securing funding through the NHS Salford CCG's Innovation Fund.

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Builder’s lunches’ to start conversations on suicide prevention

Last week, Salford mental health charity START, hosted the first in a series of builder’s lunches’ to start conversations on suicide prevention thanks to money from Salford CCG via the innovation fund.

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New programme to help children with asthma using singing

SCHOOL CHILDREN living with asthma in Salford are benefiting from a programme which uses singing to improve breathing.

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Schoolchildren get creative at after school arts club

Schoolchildren have been benefitting from a creative arts project thanks to money from Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), via the Salford CVS healthy schools fund.

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Deaf champions to be introduced to help patients with hearing loss

‘Deaf champions’ are being introduced in GP practices across Salford thanks to funding from NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

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Chance to share views on Greater Manchester’s proposals to tackle air pollution

Greater Manchester leaders are calling on businesses and residents to help shape proposals to clean up dirty air at the roadside, the most serious environmental health issue facing the city-region.

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'Shining a Light on Suicide' campaign launches in Greater Manchester

A new campaign has been launched to encourage people in Greater Manchester to talk about suicide, the biggest killer of men under 49 and women aged between 20 to 34 in the region.

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BAME champions introduced into the community to provide mental health support

Volunteers representing Salford’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities have met for the first time to start training on becoming mental health ‘champions’ and help more vulnerable people in the city.

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