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01/05/2024 A guide to setting up a Connectors programme

In many communities, there exists a disconnect between individuals and the support, resources, and opportunities available to them that might help them improve their health and wellbeing.

This is where Connectors come in, serving as vital conduits, and breaking down barriers.

This toolkit is designed for anyone looking to set up a Connectors programme in their locality. It is aimed at those who want to build a movement of people making a difference by passing on information to friends, family, neighbours and strangers. 

Download the toolkit

This toolkit contains: 

  • An introduction to Connectors, who they are why we need them and the types of Connectors
  • A step by step guide to setting up a Community Connector programme in your area
  • Case studies of successful Connectors Programmes
Find out more about Connectors
  • Local Communities

    Social prescribing creates healthier, happier, and better-connected communities. It can build a sense of belonging. And it can provide cost-effective support that really helps.

    But here at NASP, we understand the challenges faced by grassroots voluntary and community groups in delivering this vital work.

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