Local strategic partnerships
We've formed partnerships and committees with other public and voluntary sector agencies to set the strategic direction for the community, including health and wellbeing and the safeguarding of children and adults.
Our key strategic partnerships are:
- Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership - a statutory partnership established in October 2000. Its purpose to tackle crime and disorder on a multi-agency basis across the borough of Rochdale.
- Health and Wellbeing Board - a committee which leads the improvement of the health and wellbeing of the borough with a specific focus on tackling health inequalities. The Board join up commissioning strategies across the NHS, social care, public health and other partners that contribute to health and wellbeing. The Board have an agreed vision, strategy and delivery plan to keep the business of the Board focused and ambitious.
- Children and Young People's Partnership - the successor to the former Children's Trust Board. It's a strategic partnership of key agencies in Rochdale to deliver a collaborative approach to improving and delivering services to children and young people in the borough.
The Partnership sets the strategic vision for children and young people, providing leadership and challenge.
- Rochdale Safeguarding Partnership Board - provides information and advice about safeguarding adults and children in the borough of Rochdale.
- Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Integrated Care Partnership (HMR ICP) - working together to improve health and care services for people in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale. HMR ICP is part of NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care helping organisations work better together with people and communities.