Salford Population to Benefit from Health Funding Boost

Salford has been awarded an additional £3.4million to transform health and social care. The £3.4million funding from the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership will help transform the lives of the city’s population over the long-term and tackle the wider causes of ill health in the city.

Areas for investment include training for frontline staff to identify mental health needs and early help for families with a focus on speech, language and communication, and providing support to the most vulnerable young people in the city.

For more information, visit NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group online.

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