Free 20-30 conversation to explore what your service could benefit from

CORC helps services and organisations that support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in a variety of ways:

  • To measure and demonstrate impact; including the development of useful Theories of Change, outcomes frameworks, data collection plans and protocols 

  • To use outcomes data with service users, in teams and at service level to improve the quality and effectiveness of support; sharing data appropriately with staff at different levels to engage them in discussion and improvement planning. 

  • To develop staff competencies and confidence with outcome measures and data; including designing and delivering engaging staff training and guidance

  • To developing best practice implementation of outcome measures and data; allowing services to review their outcomes approach against a set of best practice principles and establish an associated improvement plan  

  • To analyse and report on outcomes data so that it is relevant and useful to different stakeholders or audiences; services can submit their outcomes data to CORC for analysis and reporting or access expert guidance on how to do this themselves.  

You can find further details about different membership types here, or our consultancy service, but if you'd like to meet with us to explore how membership or our services could be useful to the needs and priorities of your organisation, we'd be very happy to chat with you.

The door is always open to new members and for our team to support you in projects. Our Regional Improvement Officers Lee Atkins and Rachael Grant are available for a free 20-30 minute no commitment meeting by phone or Teams video call, to discuss your needs.  

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Why join CORC

An overview of the benefits of joining CORC  

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Membership options

Details of our different memberships and consultancy service

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