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IA 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care

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Submitted by purdye on Wed, 11/16/2022 - 20:34

Collaborative Health and Social Care

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The key objective of Investment Area 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care is to ‘ensure equal access to health care and fostering resilience of health systems’.


This will result in an increase in the number of ‘episodes of care’ delivered on a cross-border basis. This will support positive health and wellbeing and the prevention of ill health, through an integrated approach designed to reduce health inequalities within the Programme Area. 

An indicative budget allocation has been set at €97 million for this Investment Area.



The following organisations have asked for their details to be included here, feel free to contact them in relation to potentially forming a partnership for this Investment Area of the EU PEACEPLUS Programme.

Organisation Website Contact Name Email

Developing Healthy Communities 

Edel O’Doherty

Brothers Autism 

David McLaughlin

Springfield Charitable Association

Vivien Davidson, 

Adam Ryan;

British Red Cross (BRC)

Kevin McCaughan

Triangle Housing Association (Progression to Employment Service)

Norman Sterritt

Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment

Norman Sterritt

Connected Health & Wellbeing Cluster (DkIT)

Breanndán Casey

‘Louth-Meath’ EU Active & Healthy Ageing Reference 

Breanndán Casey

Centre for Independent Living NI (CILNI) 

Bryan Myles 

Action Mental Health

Gavin McConvey

Cruse Bereavement Support

Thelma Abernethy

CANS NI Counselling All Nations

Lekan Ojo-Okiji Abasi

Alzheimer’s Society

Barry Smyth

AHA Reference Site Scotland

Donna Henderson


Alan Connor

Cedar Foundation

Johny Turnbull

Specialisterne NI

Sharon Didrichsen

STRIDE at Queen's University Belfast

Dr Liam O'Hare

Inspire Wellbeing

Anne Douglas


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(b) your organisation’s web address

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(d) Investment Area of interest: 4.1



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