The Potential Social Impact of Social Wellbeing Contracts in January 2019

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Abstract

Social Wellbeing Contracts provide community-based services that promote and achieve measurable health and wellbeing outcomes for vulnerable adults within Northamptonshire. The focus of services delivered within the scope of the service is:
• Remove or reduce the need for long-term service interventions
• Delay or prevent homelessness
• Reduce social isolation and loneliness
• Engage individuals and communities in social action
Those eligible for the Service are vulnerable adults who are resident in Northamptonshire and/ or registered with a Northamptonshire General Practitioner. This report presents the maximum potential social impact of Social Wellbeing Contracts delivered by Commsortia and its partner organisations in January 2019. The results presented in this social impact report are based on data collected by Commsortia and its partner organisations.

In summary, community-based services funded through Social Wellbeing Contracts performed well by enabling participants to access support for independent living, adaptions and help applying for funding, social and emotional support, substance misuse and homelessness. Indeed, community-based services funded by Social Wellbeing Contracts has during January 2019 :
• Engaged with 2,511 individuals including individuals experiencing homelessness, substance misuse problems, physical and mental health problems, social isolation and loneliness.
• Provided opportunities to individuals around independent living, adaptions and help applying for funding, social and emotional support, substance misuse and homelessness.
• Supported volunteers to deliver 2,768.5 volunteering hours, increasing service provision while reducing the burden on finances.
• Created an estimated maximum potential social impact for January 2019 of nearly £228,068.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyCommsortia Stronger Together
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 29 Jan 2020

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Keywords

  • Social Impact
  • Wellbeing
  • Evaluation

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