ImROC is a not-for-profit organisation, hosted within the NHS. Originally in receipt of core funding from the Department of Health, we now rely entirely on income generated through our activities. As such, our capacity to meet our aim to provide a context in which everyone is supported fully in their Recovery is dependent on our success. Amongst many other reciprocal benefits, our partnership with the NHS means we can share costs and maximise economies of scale. We have a business model which allows us to price our work keenly, and any surplus generated is re-invested into developmental aspects of our work including research and evaluation.
We are accountable to Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust as our host organisation. We seek guidance from an independent Advisory Board whose members consists of programme host Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Centre for Mental Health, a leading recovery-focused provider mental health provider trust, international recovery researcher from Institute of Mental Health and chaired by an independent strategic Recovery advisor.
We are also accountable to each of our customers as per our contractual arrangements to deliver on the agreed consultancy specification.