Integrated Health Promotion Partnership for Social Inclusion

The Inner East PCP is the backbone organisation leading partners to effect change and to facilitate collaboration with local and state government and other community services. Participating organisations are encouraged to identify barriers to social inclusion, and specific groups who are socially excluded, and target actions at both reducing barriers and increasing inclusion of target populations.

Integrated Health Promotion Plan 2017-21

Community Health Services, Women’s Health and the Primary Care Partnership (PCP) in the Inner East catchment of Melbourne (Access Health & Community, Carrington Health, and Link Health & Community and Women’s Health East, supported by the Inner East PCP) have chosen ‘social inclusion’ as a core shared priority in their integrated health promotion plan for 2017-2021, specifically with a focus on Social Housing Estate communities in the Inner East. Social housing is short and long-term rental housing that is owned and run by the Government or not-for-profit agencies. The Inner East PCP is the backbone organization leading the community and women’s health partners to effect change and to facilitate collaboration with local and state government and other community services.

Under the 2019-2020 Integrated health promotion action plan for social inclusion there are six objectives:

  1. Prevent social exclusion associated with place-based disadvantage
  2. Increase volunteering rates
  3. Increase community-based programs and leadership development
  4. Enhance capacity building for program design, implementation and evaluation
  5. Contribute to the evidence base
  6. Strengthen partnership

Resources:

Title Date Type Author Files
EMSIC Report: Preventing and Responding to Violence and Promoting Social Inclusion and Community Connection

Prepared for members of the Eastern Metropolitan Social Issues Council (EMSIC) this report by Deakin University’s provides recommendations on regional approaches to address violence in vulnerable communities and promote social inclusion and community connectedness.

18/10/2017 Document Deakin University and SEED
IEPCP Social Inclusion Framework 2020

Presents a framework to guide actions that will promote social inclusion and an inclusive society, including a definition; outline of guiding principles and values informing the work; model explaining the factors that make a society inclusive; explanation of how social inclusion relates to other key concepts; and case studies

08/12/2020 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
IEPCP 2018 Case Study AHPA Symposium Presentation
19/11/2019 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
Inequalities in the Social Determinants of Health: Findings from the 2014 Vic Pop Health Survey
26/07/2017 Report Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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