Mental Wellbeing Services Grant 2012-13
As part of its continued commitment to improving people's mental wellbeing, Manchester City Council provides continued investment through the Directorate for Adults' Mental Wellbeing Grants programme.
This investment helps promote adults' independence and choice and control over their own lives, creating neighbourhoods of choice and integrated working at a neighbourhood level. The grant supports adults to become economically and socially active, creating individual and collective self-esteem and mutual respect.
The current investment follows the success of the Directorate for Adults Wellbeing Grant allocations in 2010-12.
The 2012/13 grant prioritises services that improve people's mental health & wellbeing. The objective is to move towards an approach that requires services to be pro-active in encouraging people to do more for themselves, to balance the promotion of better mental health and wellbeing, together with care and treatment when appropriate.
We invited applications from organisations for grants in March 2012, and you can read the historic documents below which outline the process used for applying.
- Mental Wellbeing Grant Prospectus 2012-13
- Sample Monitoring Form
- Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale
- Wellbeing Grant Glossary of Terms
The application deadline was 23 March 2012. This is not an active application process, it is for information only.