Welcome to Cme in the Community
Cme in the Community is a registered Community Interest Company offering a comprehensive range of services direct to young people, families and organisations. We have extensive and relevant experience of working with organisations and individuals, both within the public, voluntary and independent sector nationally and internationally, placing us in an excellent position to support our clients at every level.
Cme in the Community use a wide variety of approaches and interventions which are specifically tailored to our clients' needs. We maintain excellent relationships with all those we work with and pride ourselves on our relationships with our clients. Cme in the Community and all associates are appropriately and fully qualified and are registered with their respective professional bodies. All abide by their specific code of ethics.
What is a Community Interest Company
Community Interest Companies are organisations driven by a community, social or environmental purpose. A social purpose is at the very heart of what Community Interest Companies do, and the profits they make are reinvested towards achieving that purpose. Cme in the Community will aspire to achieve wider social objectives and in doing so will help tackle social exclusion and support community development.
Cme in the Community will ensure the highest standards in all that we do. As a Community Interest Company we will reinvest profit in the company to ensure that the growth of Cme in the Community is inextricably linked with an improvement in providing mental health and well-being services to children, young people and families in the community.
What We Offer
Direct work with children, young people and families using a broad range of evidence based therapeutic interventions. Read more
Providing a range of leisure, cultural and educational activities to support improvement in the emotional well-being and mental health of children and young people. Read more
Helping to identify, develop and deliver transformational change ensuring the delivery of sustainable services based on strong leadership and effective relationships, improved outcomes and best value. Read more
Supporting strategic workforce planning and development across services through a process of transformation, learning and development. Read more
Developing a range of educational training resources that recognise that an appropriately skilled workforce is fundamental to improving outcomes for children and young people. Read more
Dr Martin McShane, National Clinical Director for Long Term Conditions at NHS England, said: “The number of children and young people with an eating disorder is on the rise and it is right that the Government has made this a priority and that we now have a clear waiting time standard.....
- Local Transformation Plans for Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing: Guidance and support for local areas
- Access and Waiting Time Standard for Children and Young People with an Eating Disorder: Commissioning Guide
Dr Jacqueline Cornish, NHS England National Clinical Director for Children and Young People, said: “We are on the brink of a new dawn for young people’s mental health and these are the first steps towards a new and more secure place with a brighter and more hopeful future.....