Across the area, GP practices, maternity units, Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations, acute hospital trusts, and local authorities work together to provide care and support. All of these organisations form part of, and contribute to, the Children and Maternity Team.
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust (CCS) is the team captain of the Children and Maternity Team, and as team captain they are responsible for bringing together our local people, volunteers, and service providers to make it easy for you to access the services you and your family need.
What is our aim?
The aim of the Children and Maternity Team is to develop a collective system-wide vision for children, young people and maternity services. Our overarching priority is to tackle health inequalities, promote choice and personalisation and to keep children safe.
This system wide vision for children, young people and maternity is underpinned by the following strategies:
- Best Start in Life Strategy (pre-birth – 5 years)
- Strong Families, Strong Communities Strategy (5-25 yrs)
- Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy (0-25 yrs) – Cambridgeshire
- Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy (0-25 yrs) – Peterborough
- Accessible Local Transformation Plan 2015-2021 (1).pdf [pdf] 911KB
- NHS Long Term Plan
How will we achieve this?
By working together, with partners, to deliver an integrated care system for maternity, children and young people. We will:
- develop a set of system-wide outcomes for maternity, children and young people
- agree an initial local framework and associated development plan for clinical and care professional leadership with partners across the Integrated Care System (ICS)
- ensure leaders from all clinical and care professions are involved and invested in the vision, purpose and work of their ICS as it matures
- align finances to support the children and maternity system.
We have agreed a number of principles that we will all work to:
- evidence informed, using data to respond to local need and inequalities
- embed co-production with patients and families
- integrate pathways to improve care and outcomes
- collaborate and be jointly accountable
- flexible commissioning arrangements
- sustainability through realignment of existing resources
- clear and transparent decision making.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Better Births Equality and Equity Plan
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough children and young people's mental health strategy 2022-2025
There are at least 34,400 children and young people with mental health problems in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and rates of mental ill health continue to grow in this population.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough children and young people’s strategy has been developed by children and young people and their families and carers with professionals from a wide range of local partners from across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care System.
The strategy 0-25 years is for children and young people who have an identified mental health need. The strategy details the priorities for 2022-2025 and sets out the vision, key priorities and next steps for children and young people’s mental health.
Keep up to date:
If you would like to receive regular updates on the progress and latest developments of the children and young people’s strategy, email email@example.com
Here are the associated documents for you to to read:
- Executive Summary CYP Mental Health Strategy
- Easy Read CYP Mental Health Strategy
- Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s children and young people’s mental health strategy 2022 – 2025
Year 1 Update:
CYP MH supporting documents
Here are the associated and supporting documents detailed in the Children and Young People's Mental Health Strategy.
Children and Young People's Mental Health Newsletters