Welcome to the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Regional Partnership Board. We exist to improve the health, social care and wellbeing of people living in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend and Merthyr Tydfil.

Join our hack-a-thons

We are putting on a series of creative events called ‘hack-a-thons’ to bring together people with lived experiences and professionals. During the hack-a-thons, we will discuss key challenges facing our communities and identify ways to solve them together. This will build on the work already taken place, and feed into regional work plans so we can start creating and improving services to meet needs.

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"By taking positive action together, we can make CTM a great place to live and work".

The Health and Social Care Regional Integration Fund

The Health and Social Care Regional Integration Fund (RIF) is a new five year fund that will help to improve health and social care services.

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Population Needs Assessment

We need to understand what health, social care and wellbeing services matter to people living in our region, so we can create new services and improve existing ones.

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Our communities

Read how we are supporting the communities of Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil here.

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Get involved

We believe our work should be led by people living and working in the communities we serve. Find out how you can get involved here.

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Funding

It is important people receive the right services, at the right time. Funding streams are managed through our Regional Commissioning Unit.

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The RIC Hub

The Regional Innovation Co-ordination Hub looks at new ways to change and improve services for the better.

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Our stories

Read about the projects across the region that are making a real difference.

Mental health & wellbeing creativity day at Gilfach Goch Community Association

Children and young people were invited to participate in a creative day at Gilfach Goch Community Association. They made films, wrote songs and created designs to show what mental health and wellbeing

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Kindness in Lockdown

What does kindness mean to residents across the region?

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Good Neighbours

Colin is a music lover who lives alone, and Helen was looking for ways to help people in the community.

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Steer Project

Funding for Green Gym provided outdoor activities for young people with, or at risk of, poor emotional wellbeing.

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Giving children and young people a chance to have some fun during the pandemic.

RCT Council established a series of play activities to support vulnerable children and young people who had been shielding during the first lockdown.

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Befriending older people living in Cwm Taf

Kelly spends her time calling people up for a chat, or offering support like shopping or collecting prescriptions.

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Providing crucial support and advice during the COVID-19 lockdown

Find out how Gail, one of BAVO's Community Navigators and Bridgend County Borough Council's Common Access Point team have worked together to support a resident living with a painful condition.

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Creating a supportive environment for young carers in Merthyr Tydfil.

Being a young carer comes with many challenges. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Barnardo’s ‘Hyder Project’ has supported these young people in many ways.

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Members of Co-Production Network for Wales

We are proud to be members of Co-Production Network for Wales.