Monday, 18 November 2013 from 09:45 to 13:00 (GMT)
CV31 1PT Royal Leamington Spa
Warwickshire Children and Voluntary Youth Services
- the umbrella organisation that brings together all the major voluntary children and youth organisations in the Warwickshire.
- WCVYS supports county and district wide voluntary organisations that empower children and young people and give them somewhere to go, something to do and someone to listen.
- We work closely with Warwickshire County Council, in particular with the Early Intervention Service, localities and communities, commissioning services and multi-agency commissioning and Warwickshire Children's Trust to build and strengthen the voice of the voluntary children's and youth sector and improve outcomes for children and young people.
- WCVYS is based in Stratford-Upon-Avon, covering the whole of Warwickshire.
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Programme: Working with Families Networking Event
Networking Event: 10-12:30
Lunch: 12:30pm – 1pm
This networking event aims to bring voluntary and community sector organisation and public services together to engage and involve the VCS more in supporting this agenda and to strengthen links between partners involved in supporting families in Warwick District.
You are invited to an interactive workshop to hear about the current developments and explore the future prioritises for Warwick District for those working with families and their children and young people.
We hope this interactive workshop with enable all services working with families and children, young people and families to:
- Explore the role of the voluntary and community and public sector in meeting the needs of challenging and vulnerable families in the community and shaping early intervention policy
- Work Together to set local priorities that supports opportunities for collaboration and partnership that benefit to families with multi and complex needs
This will include updates and issues facing families and service providers on: -
- Priority Families Programme
- Family Intervention in Warwick District