CRB = COVID Recovery BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic)
As part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on Hertfordshire’s BAME communities CDA Herts, working in partnership with Herts Clinical Commissioning and Herts County Council, has been commissioned to deliver the Covid Recovery BAME project (CRB).
CRB is a countywide project which is split into East and West Hertfordshire.
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The Aim of the CRB Project:
To address inequalities and improve the wellbeing and health of BAME individuals and communities in Hertfordshire.
What Do We Do?
Facilitate Social Prescribing pathways for BAME communities
Support BAME communities to make better connections with health and social care providers
Work with partner organisations, public health and commissioners to guarantee that BAME communities’ health inequalities are effectively reduced or prevented
Improve access to advocacy services for BAME communities
How to contact us:
For Professionals and Organisations
Please contact us below:
Mercy Bwomono – East Herts Area
M: 07596 910466
Naomi Duncan – West Herts Area
M:07868 427 488
Rushna Miah – West Herts Area
M: 07859 734028
CDA Herts Office: 01992 289060
For those in need of services or wishing to self-refer please signpost to their GP for a Social Prescriber or to Herts Help for a Community Navigator.
Herts Help contact number: 0300 1234044