Meeting on a quarterly basis this group is comprised of representatives from each district or borough council, the County Council, Health and Probation. Together have the ultimate responsibility for agreeing the Hampshire wide SP Policy, Strategy and Implementation of the Programme.
Chaired by ROCC, the CIF comprises of representatives from each local inclusive forum in Hampshire, and is charged with ensuring that the needs of all service users groups are meet on a Hampshire wide basis, especially where demand maybe insufficient within one authorities area.
Meeting a minimum of twice a year, this group brings together representatives of providers and the statutory sector and acts as a consultative forum for the development of policy, proposals and priorities.
This group forms the local commissioning body, bringing together representatives from the statutory sectors of Housing, Social Services Health and Probation. In some districts the provider sector is represented by ROCC This group has been meeting since 2001 and has taken the lead in driving the Supporting People process setting out work priorities evaluating processes and overseeing the work of the Inclusive Forums and associated sub groups.
This group meets quarterly and brings together a range of people who access Supporting People services. The forum aims to be a voice for service users, contributing to strategic decisions, through giving advice on policy development, consultation methods and the quality of services. Each year, the forum elects 10 people onto its management committee which meets regularly and oversees the forum’s work. For further information on how to get involved, please contact Fiona Minchew on 01962 832181 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampshire is a member of the South East Regional strategic planning group. The group meets quarterly and aims to develop a strategic approach to development and implementation of the Supporting People programme across the South East region.
Chaired by ROCC the Hampshire Provider Forum meets quarterly. This group gives Supporting People funded service providers the opportunity to raise issues pertinent to them and ask questions of the Supporting People Team, where these issues may not have been explored in depth at the DIFs.