Reach Community Health Project
reach Community Health Project
REACH Community Health Project is a national third sector organisation with a key strategic role in improving the health, wellbeing and health care provision of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Scotland. REACH has units engaged in culturally sensitive Service Provision, Policy and Research as well as Training and Development. These areas of expertise act to mutually reinforce one another and the Triangulated Formula makes REACH uniquely placed to tackle health inequalities and service barriers faced by BME communities.
Me Myself & I
Public Participation Training
Funded by the Lankelly Chase, Me Myself & I is a two year project working with adults from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in Glasgow with mental health issues or who have family members with mental ill health. This project aims to challenge the high levels of stigma attached to mental illness, increase understanding of, and challenge misconceptions about mental health and breaking down barriers to accessing support.
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Employability & Health
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REACH is delivering an innovative programme to assist Black & Minority Ethnic Communities, inclding Refugee groups, to access suitable training, volunteering and employment opportunities through the "Employability & Health: Black & Minority Ethnic Skills Development Path Training Programme (BME SDPTP. This is supported by the Scottish Government and Glasgow's Regeneration Agency. This programme is delivered in the heart of the community and has been described as inspiring, motivational and encouraging by participants.
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Culturally Sensitive Services
In response to the major health inequalities faced by BME communities living in Glasgow, REACH provides a broad based, integrated health service programme. In partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Primary Care Division, we have developed a Community Health Clinic that offers preventative health promotion information and comprehensive clinical advice to individuals from the BME community. Moreover, REACH’s service delivery is sensitive to issues of ethnicity, race, and religion/faith.
Policy and Research Unit
REACH believes that health planning and legislation should be based on the best available research and evidence. To this end, REACH engages in its own research and policy work in order to influence change with regards to BME Health. In addition to producing community led studies into BME health needs and barriers, REACH
Training and Development Unit
As a central part of our social entrepreneurial strategy, REACH's Training and Development Unit attempts to bridge the gap between BME communities and health service providers. REACH is committed to developing and delivering training solutions to improve health and social care service provision for BME communities in Scotland. Training is available to organisations working for and with BME communities in Scotland within the mainstream, voluntary and private sectors.