Mission, Aims & Objectives

Business Chart & GraphThe following statements were agreed at CATALYST 4 CHANGE Committee meeting held on Friday 22 September 2017:

MISSION STATEMENT ..

CATALYST 4 CHANGE has a powerful social mission to strengthen the capacity and networks of voluntary, social enterprise, grassroots, service user led and statutory organisations and businesses to ensure that they provide the right care, at the right time and in the right place to African and Caribbean people with mental health support needs and their carers living in the West Midlands. Download our Mission, Aims & Objectives (PDF file)

OUR AIM ..

CATALYST will develop, support and represent voluntary, social enterprises, grassroots initiatives, service user led organisations; businesses and African and Caribbean communities to enable them to improve the way mental health services are designed, delivered and received by African and Caribbean communities in the West Midlands.

OUR OBJECTIVES ..

  1. To stimulate, promote and support voluntary, social enterprise, grassroots, service user led and statutory organisations and businesses to enable them to make a positive impact on the emotional and mental wellbeing of African and Caribbean communities in West Midlands.
  2. To promote and support voluntary ,social enterprise ,grassroots, service user led and statutory organisations and businesses to develop mental health services and activities that unlock the assets, skills and capabilities of African and Caribbean communities particularly people with a lived experience of mental health problems.
  3. Bring together the full range of stakeholders, through models of co-production, to generate ideas and solutions to help address the most pressing mental health challenges experienced by African and Caribbean communities.
  4. To collate and communicate information and data on African and Caribbean mental health experiences in the West Midlands and cascade best practice.
  5. Become a central point for initiating and co-ordinating action, leading to systems change regarding African and Caribbean mental health inequalities.

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