#FaithinPartnership Week

11th – 15th September 2023

See what happened during our week celebrating and championing cross-sector working!

Our Projects

  • Dementia

    There are 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK – a number expected to rise to over a million by 2025. Given the scale of the issue, many people who are part of faith communities will be affected either directly or indirectly. At the […]
  • Out of Hospital Care

    Improving the care that people receive outside of hospitals is a priority for the Department of Health, and we have been investigating the role faith-based organisations (FBOs) are playing in this. You can read our findings in our new report, Keeping Pressure Off Hospitals. We […]
  • Friendly Places: Mental Health

    “There’s no health without mental health.” Mental health is just as important as our physical health. Like our bodies, our minds change and develop throughout our lives. And, like our bodies, our minds can become unwell. Mental health problems are very common. They affect how […]
  • Domestic Abuse

    Domestic abuse is part of our society and one of the most unattractive parts. It’s not necessarily the easiest conversation topic, or something that we would like to read about – however, it is a part of society that faith communities and particularly faith leaders […]
  • Homelessness

    This FaithAction report views homelessness as primarily an issue of public health. We highlight the role of faith groups with contributions from over 30 organisations. The report shows the dual role of faith-based organisations in homelessness – their meeting of a frontline practical support requirement […]
  • Alcohol Use

    We know from talking to our members that some faith communities face real issues with the use of alcohol. However, these problems are often hidden, which can make it difficult both for individuals and for faith groups to address them. We also know that the […]
  • Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

    Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is relevant to faith groups for two reasons: It is estimated that as many as 70% of children in care have FASD, and there are many carers who are members of faith groups Faith and community groups, through their social […]
  • NHS Citizen Guidance

    FaithAction is a Health and Social Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partner, working with the NHS England, Public Health England and Department of Health. Since our involvement began back in 2009, it has become clear that the NHS needs to adapt and welcome the voices of […]