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Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2022 to 2032

What is The Health and Wellbeing Board?

The Health and Wellbeing Board brings together the organisations responsible for making decisions about services in Worcestershire that support our health and wellbeing - things like children's services, adult social care and the local NHS.

Read more about the Health and Well-Being Board and view meeting agendas and minutes.

Worcestershire’s Health and Wellbeing Board Strategy 2022 to 2032 

The Health and Wellbeing Board is required to develop a strategy including a vision and priorities for improving the health and wellbeing of people who live and work in Worcestershire. A formal public consultation was carried out in May 2022 to gather the views of residents, partners and stakeholders to ensure that the strategy is driven by the needs and experiences of those who live and work in Worcestershire. The survey received 1,627 responses, which were carefully reviewed, and shaped the final strategy ambitions and outcomes.

For the 2022 to 2032 Strategy, the Health and Wellbeing Board identified good mental health and wellbeing as the main priority, supported by action in areas that we all need to ‘Be Well in Worcestershire’. 

The strategy outlines the Health and Wellbeing Board's commitment to improving mental health and wellbeing, supporting people to live well in good health for as long as possible, particularly those who have poorer health outcomes. The Health and Wellbeing Board will champion collective action to ensure children have the best start in life, young people will have hope and aspiration for the future, and residents live longer, more independent lives in good health, with fewer people going on to need care and support, which is vital to supporting good mental health and wellbeing.  

Download: Worcestershire Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2022 to 2032 (PDF)

For queries please contact: hwbadmin@worcestershire.gov.uk