Have your say on our current consultations.
Adult Community Mental Health Strategy 2017-2022
South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership has drafted a new Strategy and Implementation Plan
to support adults in South Ayrshire with mental health difficulties. (The Partnership comprises South Ayrshire Council Social Work
Services and NHS Ayrshire and Arran Community and Primary Care Health Services. Third Sector and Independent Sector organisations
are also represented in the Partnership.)
The Strategy has been developed with support and assistance from Health Improvement Scotland and covers the period 2017-22. The content of the
draft document has been informed following earlier engagement with service users, families and carers and with professionals, managers, the
South Ayrshire Mental Health Strategic Planning group and staff from organisations from across the sectors currently engaged in supporting
people with mental health issues in the community.
The Health and Social Care Partnership is now seeking views on its draft strategy document and has prepared a survey for this purpose. If you wish
to take part, please complete this survey and submit
it on-line by close of business on Friday 31 March 2017. The comments received through this engagement exercise will assist the Partnership to
further refine the document before it is submitted to the Integration Joint Board in April, 2017 for final approval.
All services working in South Ayrshire are committed to working together to make South Ayrshire the best place for children and young people to grow up.
The Health and Social Care Partnership is now seeking views on its draft strategy document.
People looking to secure council housing in South Ayrshire are being asked to help shape the way the process works.
The Participation and Engagement strategy sets out how South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership will work together for the best possible
health and wellbeing of communities across South Ayrshire by encouraging community participation.
South Ayrshire 1000 Citizens’ Panel – 2016 Quality of Life Survey
The 2016 Quality of Life survey is underway. SA1000 Panel members will be receiving a copy of the questionnaire by email or in the post shortly. We are still
looking for more people aged between 16 and 34 living in South Ayrshire to become members of the South Ayrshire 1000 Citizens’ Panel. We also need more members who
live in private rented or social rented accommodation. If this is you, and you are interested in making your voice heard on a wide range of issues that affect your
community, please apply to join by completing the online recruitment form www.surveymonkey.com/s/SA1000Recruit.
Housing plays a vital part in all our lives. Having somewhere to stay that is safe and warm is one of the most basic needs we
have. Without good housing, improvements in other important aspects of life, such as health, education and community are more
difficult if not impossible to achieve. South Ayrshire Council is committed to ensuring as far as possible that people are able to
access good quality, affordable housing that meets their needs and their circumstances. We want your views on housing in South
Library user? Can you spare two minutes to tell us what you think about our library services?
The Library service is looking for feedback on the Mobile Library visits to Coyltons.