About the NCCP

WWTW and regional partners have been successful in securing funds from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to deliver a pilot project in the North East and North West (Greater Manchester) of England.  The Northern Care Coordination Partnership (NCCP) is an impactful and innovative service that can be replicated across the UK. WWTW recognise that for some services users, the route to care looks complex and often inaccessible. By providing an integrated support care coordination (SCC) service, the NCCP will ensure these individuals are provided; the breadth of care they need, as well as providing support to their families and carers. NCCP will be an impactful and crucial service to a small cohort, which is highly ‘in need’. 

WWTW will work with national and regional service delivery partners, both in and outside the military charity sector, to support the veterans, families and carers who are in serious stress. We will aim to support around 225 service users during this two year project.

The SCC’s will work with the NHS, Veterans Transition Intervention and Liaison service (VTiLs), the Military Veterans Service (MVS) and the Complex Treatment Service (CTS) to ensure we are supporting the most in need veterans, family members and their carer’s.

If you require more information regarding the NCCP programme, or think you know a veteran, family member or carer that may require the programmes assistance, please email the Project Manager on:

Simon.lock@wwtw.org.uk