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Title: Well London Community Engagement and Development


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  • Well London Community Engagement and Development

London Forum for Alcohol Practitioners 18
September 2009
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  • The strategic partnership for health in London
  • Aims to reduce health inequalities and improve
    the health of all Londoners
  • Multi-sectoral all key sectors represented at
    regional level
  • Influencing, supporting, driving change
  • Focus on social determinants of health

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What is Well London?
  • 9.46M from BIG Lottery Fund
  • Partnership approach supporting local action
  • Objectives
  • Changing perspectives on mental health by
    tackling stigma and promoting positive mental
    well-being
  • Increased access to and consumption of healthy
    food
  • Increased opportunities for people to become more
  • active
  • 20 areas across London

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Well London Alliance
  • London Health Commission
  • Central YMCA
  • Groundwork London
  • London Sustainability Exchange
  • University of East London
  • South London Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
  • Arts Council-London

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20 lower super output areas
  • Barking Dagenham
  • Camden
  • Ealing
  • Enfield
  • Hackney
  • Hounslow
  • Kensington Chelsea
  • Lewisham
  • Waltham Forest
  • Westminster
  • Southwark
  • Brent
  • Croydon
  • Greenwich
  • Hammersmith
  • Fulham
  • Haringey
  • Islington
  • Lambeth
  • Newham
  • Tower Hamlets

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Where we work
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Outcomes
  • 34, 508 direct beneficiaries will have increased
    opportunity for healthy levels of physical
    activity, healthy eating and mental well being
  • 5,176 direct beneficiaries will have improved
    mental health and well being and in addition
    there will be more positive community
    perspectives on mental health well being
  • 4,602 direct beneficiaries (3,424 adults and
    1,178 children) will have increased uptake of
    healthy eating choices including
  • enhanced access to affordable healthy foods
  • 4,348 direct beneficiaries will have increased
    levels of
  • healthy physical activity

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Features of Well London
  • Partnership approach to delivery
  • Work at the very local level
  • Work in the most deprived communities
  • Innovative approach to community engagement
  • Community development approach
  • Join up, integrate and add value to local work on
    healthy eating, physical activity, mental health
    and open spaces, and use of cultural
  • and creative practice throughout
  • Rigorous evaluation
  • Influencing policy and practice across London and
    beyond

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Co production, community development approach
  • Involving residents at all levels in Well London
  • Using and developing assets and expertise within
    local communities

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Projects
  • Themed
  • Activate London
  • BuyWell
  • EatWell
  • Changing Minds
  • DIY Happiness
  • MWIA
  • Healthy Spaces
  • Be Creative Be Well
  • Heart of the Community
  • CADBE
  • W L Delivery Team
  • Youth.comUnity
  • Active Living Map
  • Training Communities
  • Wellnet
  • Community Assessment, Design,
  • Brokerage, Enterprise

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Community engagement was a key element of
needs assessment in design of Well London
interventions
Data Profiles Compilation and Analysis of Routine
date
  • Tailored Area-Specific Activities
  • Project Portfolio
  • Leverage
  • Community Engagement
  • Community Cafes
  • Community Action Workshops

Delivery
Review by Comm / Stakeholders
Mapping Map existing services, provision and
amenities
Baseline Adult and Adolescent Surveys Measure
HPA, HE, Mental Wellbeing
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Innovative Approach to Community Engagement
  • Dual Task approach
  • Information and problem solving
  • Capacity Building
  • Two Community Cafes in Each Area based on World
    Cafe Concept plus street interviews and focus
    groups
  • Community Action Workshop in each area based on
    Appreciative enquiry (joint with community
    members and stat/vol sector stakeholders).
  • Just under 1,400 engaged (1,100 Cafe FG
    participants and 300 street interviews)
  • Wide spread in ethnicity and tradition and age /
    sex
  • Approx 5 of the resident population
  • So findings are expressed needs and perceptions
    of a significant sample of people living in the
    most deprived areas of London

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Findings Key themes
  • Looking across the areas
  • Concerns of and about Youth
  • Lack of Community and Community Cohesion
  • Parks, green space and dogs
  • Fast food and healthy eating
  • Communication
  • Coordination and sustainability

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Action young people
  • Specific initiatives in specific areas
  • Youth.com project involving young people in all
    aspects of Well London delivery
  • Leveraging local authority provision
  • Focus on cross-generational projects
  • Adoption of the GLA Youth Peer Outreach
  • approach

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Action - Lack of Community
  • Heart of community projects, arts and festival
    activities, time banking etc all focusing on
    cohesion
  • Work with local authorities to surface issues and
    leverage response on community centres

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Action - Open spaces
  • Work on improving open space aesthetically and
    bringing activities into it.
  • Work with local authorities to surface issue and
    secure better enforcement of existing laws and
    regulations.

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Action - healthy eating
  • Buywell working on supply side
  • Eatwell working on demand side

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Commissioning Principles
  • Partners should wherever possible commission
    local organisations/groups/individuals with
    relevant expertise
  • Where local expertise is not available, the
    commissioned organisation or individual should
    work in partnership
  • with local organisations/groups/individuals
    to build
  • local capacity through delivery

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Well London Delivery Team
  • Outreach / referral / signposting team
  • Local people
  • Based on the PCTs Health Trainer Model and
    Healthy Behaviours Approach
  • Empower local people and engage with the
  • community

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Logo competition
  • Involvement of communities in developing a strong
    visual identify for Well London
  • Competition open to all residents who lived in
    the target areas
  • Residents encouraged to vote for the short-listed
    logos
  • Winner was 15 year old Joshua from Brent

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Youth.comUnity Project
  • Team of Young Ambassadors
  • Allows young people to have ideas which can be
    implemented
  • Creates a bottom-up approach to planning
    projects which impact on and/or engage young
    people 
  • Opportunities for young people to become active
    citizens

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Challenges
  • Time needed to build relationships in each area
  • Overworked volunteers and/or the usual suspects
  • Not always representative some generations,
  • postcodes or genders miss out

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For more information go to www.london.gov.uk/well
london
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