The focus is on communities who are not accessing the range of services available to help them maintain their health and wellbeing. Currently the data we have, shows some of these groups include people from LGBTQ+, travellers, victims of domestic abuse, refugees and the homeless communities, who may have poorer health outcomes as a result.
Our aim is to support communities to remove barriers that prevent access to health and wellbeing services, to build trust and create opportunities for Community Connectors to be the voice for their communities and help shape service provision that better meets needs of those communities.
Be one of us!
The CORE20PLUS programme has exciting volunteer opportunity available for people who wish to support their community, free their voice to be heard and deliver Core20plus aim – tackling health inequalities
We are recruiting individuals who represent the LGBTQ+, Roma/Gipsy/travellers, victims of domestic abuse, refugees and the homeless communities to be our COMMUNITY CONNECTORS.
So, if you are interested in volunteering with us, see the volunteer role description and application form below.