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Adult Eating Disorder Provider Collaborative – VCSE funding opportunity

Jan 9, 2023 | Uncategorized

North London Adult Eating Disorder Provider Collaborative (NLAED PC) is working with Central and North West London (which includes Ealing and Hounslow) to offer grants under the NL AED Transformation Programme. We are seeking North London Based organisations (which includes Ealing and Hounslow) specialising in the delivery of specialist eating disorder care and support for a 12-18-month partnership delivery role. This grant process can offer successful partners up to £75,000 in funding to support adult eating disorder projects

What are the parameter’s

  • This must be used for VCSE provider contracts integrated into the local service provider pathways.
  • Proposals must focus on the NL AED PC priority areas, as detailed below.
  • The offer must be co-produced with the local community, service users and carers.

How much?

  • A dedicated amount of up to £75k per London region. (NEL/NWL/NCL)
  • Identified as underspend within the provider collaborative budget so non-recurrent but able to be used with VCSE in 12-18 month contracts.
  • Regions may wish to combine resources

What is the process and support?

  • Work should be delivered by partnered VCSE alongside the local service provider and will be accountable to the Provider Collaborative
  • The process will include completing and returning a proforma for agreement and funding sign off by the Provider Collaborative

What can the funding be used for?

If successful in being offered a ‘partner’ position you will then work with NLAED PC and the wider system to either scale up a current project that is proven to work OR by extending a current project OR developing new or different ways to work better between organisations.  All partners will need attend partnership sub-group meetings as relevant.

Aims of the scheme:

Three priority areas below have been defined as areas of focus and investment across the collaborative. As part of your proposal please clearly state which priority area you are focussing on. It is acceptable to focus on a single priority or any combination based on your organisations experience and expertise.

  1. Peer support offering (inc. Parent/Carer PSWs)
    • Offering our patients peer support engagement. Including peer support and parent/carer peer support. To work collaboratively with providers to offer an integrated service. Engagement/support with patients on waiting.

 

  1. CAMHS transitions to AED services
    • Supporting patients as they transition from adolescent to adult services. Providing support to patient and staff during the transition.

 

  1. Recruitment campaigns (recruitment & retention campaigns alongside VCSE partnerships)
    • Development of an annual recruitment and retention campaign including
      1. Working with universities (Talks and ED education)
      2. Developing innovative and attractive campaigns
  • Attending ED conferences as a Provider Collaborative

 

  1. Complex presentations
    • NL AED are seeing more complex presentations of disordered eating in the context of autism spectrum condition. This partnership would look to develop targeted prevention/early intervention strategies.

 

  1. Innovative partnerships across North London
    • To develop and strengthen the offer of support for specialist Eating Disorders within local communities

 

For an application form click here NLAED Proposal V1.3

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