Local church awarded for quality services to local people
Moldgreen United Reformed Church is one of the latest in a long line of organisations to be awarded the coveted Quality For Health standard, which demonstrates the delivery of high quality services to local people. Over 3000 people a year use the church for both worship and community events, including drop-in club, crafts events and parent and toddler groups.
To celebrate this fantastic achievement, Dr Steve Ollerton, the Clinical Chair at Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) presented Moldgreen URC with their award last month.
Christine Hall, Secretary at Moldgreen URC said:
“Moldgreen URC is pleased and proud to receive the Quality for Health Mark in recognition of the hard work of our volunteers. The Quality for Health Mark is testimony to the caring service we provide to improve health and well being in our community.”
In Kirklees, local voluntary organisations are funded to undertake the Quality For Health award by local statutory bodies that include the Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and, more recently, Kirklees Council.
Dr Steve Ollerton – Clinical Chair at Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) said:
“Quality For Health is a useful tool which supports organisations to improve their services for local people. This robust quality award provides assurance to commissioners, and also provides confidence for referrals, such as social prescribing
I am delighted to be presenting the Quality For Health award to Moldgreen United Reformed Church and to see the range of community services and activities which are supporting local people to improve their wellbeing”.
For more information about Moldgreen United Reformed Church please visit their website http://www.moldgreenurc.org.uk/
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