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Scottish Borders Community Planning Partnerships' Community Plan for Consultation

Wednesday 9th August, 2017

The Community Plan focuses on improving outcomes and reducing inequalities for the whole of the Scottish Borders. The Community Plan is now out for public consultation- Link to the consultation draft: along with an online survey for consultation responses. Please note that the public consultation is due to close on Saturday 16 September

The Bridge Newsletter - February 2017
Our latest Newsletter is out now
Online Safety
The NSPCC have refreshed their advice on Online Safety:- Parents, Teachers and other professionals would find the advice helpful to bring them up to speed on current trends. Have a look at the link.
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What is Equally Fit?This is a project that has been developed as a partnership between Support in Mind Scotland and Bipolar Scotland to tackle the unacceptable inequality between physical and mental health care for people who live with mental illness. We know that more must be done to stop peop...
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Meeting of Minds is a parent led support group which gives parents and care givers the opportunity to connect with key professionals in a relaxed and friendly environment. We support families in helping their children with additional/complex needs. We’re already developing positive relationshi...

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