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The East Midlands Provider Collaborative went live on 1 October 2020. Download the press release here: IMPACT Launch Press Release 1 Oct 20.pdf [pdf] 233KB

We use Twitter and LinkedIn to engage with our stakeholders and post latest updates on our progress and co-production events.

We also produce a regular newsletter for stakeholders, partners and service-users to provide updates on our work programmes and show how patient and staff involvement is shaping our plans for service improvement and reducing inequalities. 

You can download our newsletters here or if you would like to be added to our mailing list please email:



In order to test and evaluate new ways of working based on our clinical model, IMPACT has established a number of pilot projects. 

These aim to streamline referrals, reduce the number of patient assessments required, improve the interface between secure and community mental health services, shorten lengths of stay in secure care, maximise support for successful transitions into community settings and reduce inequalities in the commissioning and provision of forensic services.

You can read more about our current pilot programmes of work here:

Single Point of Access

IMPACT designed and mobilised a regional Single Point of Access (SPA) for first assessment referrals.

Assertive Transitions Service (ATS)

The service provides personalised, proactive support to low and medium secure care inpatients.

Women’s Blended Service

The service was designed to respond to the findings of extensive research commissioned by NHS England.

Learning Disability and Autism

Financially and clinically responsible for delivering adult medium and low secure mental health and learning disability and autism services.


To support providers in understanding and managing their workforce challenges.



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