Help Employee Assistance and StaffCare program for teachers

Diana Gangan made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Under the FOI Act 2000, I would like to request the following information, for the period of time between the programme's implementation to the current day, preferably in a spreadsheet format:

1) number of schools, academies and consequently, teachers in those schools that have applied for the Help Employee Assistance and StaffCare programme (without including names or personal information)

2) number of face-to-face counselling hours that have been used, broken down by school and teacher; please provide the data on a monthly (if possible) basis or yearly basis, but avoiding disclosing names when specifying how many hours of counselling have individual teachers received (replacing names with a string of numbers or deleting the names from the column would be perfect)

3) number of phone calls to the 'immediate telephone crisis intervention and critical incident support' service, broken down by month (ideally) or year and the outcome of the phone call (e.g. ambulance has been sent to the caller's address, caller has received counselling hours, etc,)

4) and last, the yearly expenditure of running the scheme, broken down by money allocation (for which service in the scheme are the money being used) and the sourcing of the money

Thank you. Kindest regards,

D. G.

Dear Birmingham City Council,

I'm just following up on the request I have submitted to you and to which by law, you should have already responded. Can I please get an update on the stage of my request?

Yours faithfully,

Diana Gangan

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