H4ALL CIO

H4ALL CIO

H4All CIO is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) made up of five prominent third sector charities: Age UK Hillingdon Harrow & Brent, DASH, Carers Trust Hillingdon, Harlington Hospice and Hillingdon Mind.

H4All CIO is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) made up of five prominent third sector charities: Age UK Hillingdon Harrow & Brent, DASH, Carers Trust Hillingdon, Harlington Hospice and Hillingdon Mind.

The objectives of H4All CIO are:

The objectives of H4All CIO are:

    • The advancement of the health and wellbeing of residents of the London Borough of Hillingdon and the surrounding areas
    • The development and delivery of wellbeing and other social prescription based services
    • Promoting access to preventative resources provided by other voluntary sector organisations
    • The promotion and improvement of capacity-building and improved coordination of charities and not-for-profit, voluntary and community organisations in the London Borough of Hillingdon and the surrounding areas
    • The provision and management of office accommodation, conference, training and other facilities, services or support.
    • The advancement of the health and wellbeing of residents of the London Borough of Hillingdon and the surrounding areas
    • The development and delivery of wellbeing and other social prescription based services
    • Promoting access to preventative resources provided by other voluntary sector organisations
    • The promotion and improvement of capacity-building and improved coordination of charities and not-for-profit, voluntary and community organisations in the London Borough of Hillingdon and the surrounding areas
    • The provision and management of office accommodation, conference, training and other facilities, services or support.

We are delighted to announce that H4All’s

High Intensity User (HIU) Service

was awarded

Social Prescribing Programme of the Year

at the 2020 UK Annual Social Prescribing Link Worker Awards on 8 October.

The team works exclusively with the top 50 highest users of Hillingdon Hospital A&E
who account for £7 million annual spend. The ten-month pilot saw an investment of
£90k in the team, who then generated total saving of £253,395 to the health economy
through their intensive support to just 22 residents.

There was a reduction in A&E activity from 947 to 408 visits
The reduction of 539 attendances represents a £46,348 saving

There was a reduction in non-elective (NEL) admissions from 216 to 79
This reduction of 137 admissions represents a £207,047 saving

(All statistics have been verified by Hillingdon CCG)

We are very proud of the team:
Phil Puttock, Kat Hunt, Debbie Dollory and
Hillingdon Hospital A&E Sister, Sarah Harris

They were able to achieve such significant results by:

  • Working in close partnership with the A&E Sister, London Ambulance Service,
    GPs, the police, housing and Drug, Alcohol and Mental Health services

    Taking the time to understand their clients and catering for each person’s
    distinctive needs. Utilising health coaching combined with a variety of
    integrative counselling approaches they were able to find solutions that were
    individual and appropriate to each person

The awards were facilitated by the National Association of Link Workers (NALW)
and the service is commissioned by Hillingdon Health and Care Partners (HHCP)

H4All is a joint venture between five of Hillingdon’s leading charities  H4All cog wheel