Investment Area 4.1 - Collaborative Health & Social Care (Cross-Border Addiction Services)

The SEUPB are now accepting applications to the PEACEPLUS Programme, Investment Area 4.1 - Collaborative Health & Social Care (Cross-Border Additction Services)

Collaborative Health and Social Care is an area in which collaborative cross-border approaches are proven to deliver considerable benefits to the citizen and the Programme area. Cross-border co-operation will contribute towards the more efficient delivery of health and social care services across the Programme area. This will be achieved through building upon existing collaborative relationships and services on a cross-border basis, which will improve the health and wellbeing of people living in the programme area by enabling them to access quality health and social care services in the most appropriate setting to their needs. 

Research undertaken has highlighted a need to support specific mental health interventions, especially within those areas where there are benefits to collaborative, cross-border management approaches. In recognition of the growing problem of addiction across the Programme area, particularly in the context of the trauma of the troubles, addiction services have been identified as a suitable area for support. This area lends itself to gender specific, whole family, community based approaches, which will contribute to many of our most vulnerable citizens leading healthier and more hopeful lives.

Objective of this call

This objective will ensure equal access to health care and fostering resilience of health systems.

It 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. 

€17m is available in this call. Applications to this call must be received no later than 5pm on Thursday 23rd May 2024. The SEUPB will not accept applications after this date.

How to apply

To apply to this call for funding, or to find more information on the application process, including how-to documents and videos, please follow the Apply link below. 

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