EALING VOICE NETWORK The Voice Network aims to strengthen understanding between community groups across the Borough, enabling a platform to communicate with the Council and statutory service providers. Working together, building closer relationships that focus on key...
Networks & Forums
Ealing aims to bring together voluntary and community groups across the borough and by working together on various Forums.
We hold regular forums/networking meetings that are open to all members and allow the discussion of issues affecting the local voluntary and community sector (VCS) with representatives from statutory services such as the Council, NHS and Police.
Our Forums are a great way to meet and network with other local groups and share best practices
Latest updates and guidance on:
- Health and Social Care
- Mental Health
- Leadership Forum
- Trustee Network
- Youth & Social Action
- Ukrainian Support Network
Are some of the issues we discuss and signpost support available to the community
These forums have successfully helped identify Gaps in the system and provided information to the Council and other strategic decision-makers to reduce the inequality and improve community wellbeing and development.
Ealing Ukrainian Refugee Infrastructure Support Network The Ealing Ukrainian Refugee Infrastructure Support Network is hosted by EHCVS (Ealing and Hounslow Community Voluntary Service) and funded by NAVCA and the British Red Cross. This network is for statutory...
The aims and objectives of the Ealing Mental Health Forum that meets online on a monthly basis. To attend this forum or for any other information contact email@example.com View and download a database of both Satutory and Voluntary Mental Health Support...
This forum, funded by the London Community Response, has been set up to facilitate greater communication between groups supporting BAME communities impacted by the pandemic and will aim to facilitate real, joined up, and cohesive collaboration for groups tackling...
HVN aims to bring together voluntary and community groups across the borough and by working together have a stronger local ‘voluntary sector voice’. HVN holds regular which forums/networking meetings which are open to all members and allows the discussion of issues...