CORC members believe that using evidence in a meaningful way will enable us to make child and youth mental health support more effective, responsive, and focussed on the outcomes that are important to children and young people. In joining CORC you become part of a learning collaboration whose members are committed to helping to achieve this goal by pooling their data, sharing their learning and insight, and reflecting together to benefit those in need of support.

Our members come from a wide range of contexts, including voluntary and public sector mental health service providers, schools and councils, professional bodies and research institutions from across Europe and beyond. This makes our network a rich, informed and stimulating hub for debating the latest developments and findings in the field.  Bringing together different perspectives and sectors offers us great opportunities to strengthen approaches and learn from one another.

We have a number of different types of membership to suit organisations’ varying sizes and levels of activity in this area. Membership provides opportunities to engage in events and training, receive advice and support tailored to your needs, and to share your outcome data to contribute to, and benefit from, CORC analyses, benchmarking and research.Our team are specialists in outcome research and in using feedback and evidence to improve provision, and you can also work with us on a particular project through our consultancy arm.

What could membership provide for you? 

  • Onsite support from a named Regional Officer tailored to your organisation's needs

  • Free or discounted places on training courses and at CORC events and seminars

  • Analysis of your service data and a bespoke annual report

  • Online resources to support the use of outcome and feedback measures

  • Access to a Best Practice Framework Self-Assessment tool leading towards CORC Accreditation 

  • Support to develop an outcome framework for your organisation or commissioned services

  • Opportunity to contribute to CORC's research findings and shape policy recommendations at a national and local level 

Members commit to:

  • focus on outcomes that are important for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing

  • use outcome data to inform direct clinical work

  • share learning with other members of the collaboration

  • share outcome data for central analysis

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Full membership details

Associate membership details

Any organisation that is interested in only receiving CORC updates, research findings and advance information about forthcoming events, or does not feel ready yet to become part of the consortium can also join the free CORC Network and receive monthly newsletter updates. 

Become a CORC network subscriber here

Any school that wants to register for our Wellbeing Measurement for Schools Programme to survey their pupils and staff should visit our Schools page instead. 

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Become a CORC member

We have membership options to suit the needs of organisations and services operating across different sectors, providing varying levels of support and opportunities, such as onsite support to develop an outcomes framework for your organisation or commissioned services. All you need to do is fill out this short online form and a member of the CORC team will be in contact with you shortly. 

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Become a free CORC network subscriber

Any organisation that is interested in only receiving CORC updates, research findings and advance information about forthcoming events, or does not feel ready yet to become part of the consortium can also join the free CORC Network.

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