Manchester City Council
Manchester City Council (MCC) provides adult, children and family social care services and is the first point of contact for all social work assistance.
MCC is responsible for providing social care services for those who need them and are eligible for them. After assessing your needs and finances, the local authority may agree to pay for some or all of the care and support you need. These council-funded social care services may be provided by ‘independent providers’ – firms or charities that specialise in providing social care services.
Various aspects of the City Council services represent the Local Authority on both Boards, these include:
- Adults Social Care
- Children’s Social Care
- Early Help
- Fostering & Adoption
- Neighbourhoods (Community Safety)
- Youth Justice.
Manchester City Council are a partner on both Boards.
In addition, MCC hosts the MSB Business Unit on behalf of the partnerships.