What is CPPP?

The Care Pathways & Packages Project (CPPP) is a consortium of organisations in the Yorkshire & Humber and North East SHA areas who are working together to develop National Currencies and Local Tariffs for Mental Health. 

The work is innovative and groundbreaking as on an international basis there are no comprehensive and effective examples of this type of approach. 

The project is leading the development of currencies for mental health and is producing the key components, testing and refinement of a currency system for working age and older peoples mental health services. 

The consortium feeds into the national Mental Health Payment by Results Project Board and supporting governance arrangements and links with other development sites to undertake joint work and share learning. 

The project has a small core team of key personnel who work closely with consortium members to develop the key products and objectives. 

This website aims to provide a range of information that will help you understand the project objectives, approaches and progress and to give the opportunity to get involved more closely with this internationally groundbreaking work. 

Please take the time to browse this site, make contact with people directly involved in the project and give us any comments, ideas or questions you may have to help us establish a robust and effective currency system for Mental Health Services.

The electronic version of the CPPP Brochure ,which covers progress to 2012/13, can be found on the document and links page.