Community Hub partnership
Information on how professional organisations can become Partners of the Great Yarmouth Community Hub, our current partners and how we work together to offer support to the community.
What it means to be a partner
The Great Yarmouth Community Hub team includes Case Workers and Community Marshals who provide wraparound support to the Borough. The Community Hub also helps local professionals come together and collaborate around support for their clients.
Professional partners of the Great Yarmouth Community Hub can access a wide range of our support for the benefit of their clients. Partners can attend our biweekly Collaboration meetings, where the cases of consenting individuals who may need more wraparound support are discussed.
Partners also receive our fortnightly newsletter, packed with information, events and opportunities, and can use our support request form to request additional support for residents from our Case Workers.
Hot desking is also available for our partners at our Great Yarmouth Greyfriars office and allows you to work within our team and other hot desking partners. This makes for a really collaborative working space to be in.
You can also benefit from free use of our shared case management system to manage your own cases without the costs of your own IT systems.
To become a partner, a Data Sharing Agreement must be signed. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our current partners
The current partner organisations of the Great Yarmouth Community Hub are:
- Access Community Trust
- Age Connected (Acorn Centre)
- Better Together Norfolk
- Broadland Housing Association
- Caister Primary Federation
- Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
- Client Hardship Service (formerly Norfolk Assistance Scheme)
- DIAL Great Yarmouth
- East Coast Community Healthcare
- Early Childhood and Family Services - Action for Children
- Gorleston Primary Care Network
- Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Young Carers
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council - Tenancy Services
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council - Environmental Services
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council - Housing Options
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council - Independent Living Services
- Great Yarmouth Primary Academy
- Headway Norfolk and Waveney
- John Grant School
- Lofty Heights CIC
- Newtide Homes, Flagship Group
- Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
- Norfolk and Waveney Mind
- Norfolk Citizens Advice
- Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust
- Norfolk Community Law Service
- Norfolk Constabulary
- Norfolk County Council - Adult Learning
- Norfolk County Council - Adult Social Services
- Norfolk County Council - Children's Social Services
- Norfolk County Council - Community and Environmental Services
- Norfolk County Council - East Mental Health Social Care Team
- Norfolk County Council - Norfolk Library and Information Services
- Norfolk County Council - Ukraine Support Team
- Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service
- Norfolk Integrated Housing Community Support Service
- Ormiston Families
- The Magdalene Group
- The Millwood Partnership
- Your Health Norfolk
- And more added regularly
How to become a partner
To become a partner and strengthen the opportunities and support we can offer the local community, please send an email to email@example.com.
A Data Sharing Agreement must be signed by a senior manager or the person responsible for data protection in your organisation, this will be sent to you along with the other relevant documents included in the landing pack.