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These strategies outline North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group's duties and responsibilities and how they will be met.

  • pdf North Staffs & Stoke CCGs Prospectus_2016 (3.00 MB)
    The aim of this prospectus is to introduce North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (NSCCG) - what we do, the population that we serve, our priorities and how we are working with local people to improve local health care.
  • pdf Organisational Development Plan 2012 - 15 (1.35 MB)
    The Organisational Development Plan has been developed to ensure that North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (NSCCG) has the skills and capacity to commission high quality, safe services for our population of 213,000 and to support the delivery of our Integrated Strategy and Operating Plan 2012/13-2014/15.
  • pdf (973 KB) pdf Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent Local Transformation Plan for Children and Young People's Mental Health Refresh (2.08 MB) pdf
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    The Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Local Transformation Plan (LTP) for Children and Young People’s Mental Health was approved in October 2015. This 2019 refreshed version provides an update on the progress and challenges associated with improving child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) by 2023.

    Local health organisations and councils make up Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP). They are working with other local organisations and groups who work with children and young people – their shared goal is to improve mental health outcomes for all. They have been working closely with children, young people, their families and carers, and the people who work with them to understand the current picture and what needs to change.

    The focus of work over the next few years will include:

    • Children and young people of all ages
    • Vulnerable children and young people from disadvantaged and hard-to-reach groups
    • Looked after children
    • Young people in the justice system
    • Children and young people with learning disabilities
    • Children and young people experiencing a mental health crisis – including those who self-harm
    • Parents and carers
    • Schools and colleges
    • Providers of services and anyone who works with children and young people.