The pathway is being delivered by Greater Manchester Mental Health, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
To ensure the success of this new pathway, we will be working closely with lots of partner organisations in Greater Manchester. This includes other NHS trusts, local authorities (councils), the private sector and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
By sharing our knowledge, skills, experience and resources, we can develop new and innovative services that are easy for young people to access and better meet their needs.
We want to dramatically improve the overall service experience for children and young people, along with those who care for and work with them. We also want to reduce the number of young people who need specialist mental health support.
This will be achieved by identifying any mental health issues earlier and offering the right care and support quickly.
Support will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Many of the new pathway services will be based in the community, to help young people avoid having to go into hospital unnecessarily.
All new developments will be based on evidence and feedback from children, young people and other key people.
You can read more in the attached pathway booklet.
The Greater Manchester Crisis Care Pathway will see lots of new and improved services. This includes four new rapid response teams.
These teams will provide assessment and care management to young people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
They will also offer intensive post-crisis support to children, young people and families.
We need exceptional and passionate staff on board to make sure young people receive the very best care and can reach their full potential.
Details of our current vacancies are provided below. Please click on the links to find out more and apply. we look forward to hearing from you!
If you would like to work in a particular team, you can apply for the specific job below.
However, if you are flexible about which team you want to work in, you only need to apply once. If you are shortlisted, you can choose your preferred team at this stage.
NORTH TEAM: covering the boroughs of Bury, Rochdale and Oldham and SOUTH TEAM: covering the boroughs of Tameside and Glossop; Stockport and Trafford (employer is Pennine Care)
CENTRAL TEAM: Covering Manchester and Salford (employer is Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust)
WEST TEAM : covering Wigan and Bolton (employers are Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Trust)
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