The Health and Wellbeing network is one of a number of specialist networks facilitated by Community Action Suffolk for the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector in Suffolk.
This network complements our Health and Wellbeing work.
This network is open to all VCSE sector organisations, which you can join by becoming a CAS member (membership is free). You will receive email updates when we have relevant news and information to share, including a bi-monthly Health and Wellbeing newsletter. The network meets in advance of the bi-monthly Health and Wellbeing Board.
|Future Health and Wellbeing Network meetings||Venue||Agenda items|
|21 March 2017||Suffolk Association of Local Councils, Ipswich||Mental health in Suffolk
Read full agenda herePapers:
Mental Health Programme – discussion paper
|Previous Health and Wellbeing Network meetings||Venue||Meeting minutes|
|23 January 2017||Suffolk Family Carers, Ipswich||Available here|
|14 November 2016||Suffolk Mind, Ipswich||Available here|
Your VCSE sector representatives are elected by Suffolk Congress to sit on the Health and Wellbeing Board for three years. They are:
The VCSE sector Health and Wellbeing Network (above) supports the work of the representatives and is a place where you can have direct input to the Health and Wellbeing Board agenda
CAS provides regular updates on the main issues that the Board is considering through the Health and Wellbeing bulletin. It includes information about related consultations and engagement events in the “Have Your Say” section. To receive the bulletin and other Health and Wellbeing information, simply become a CAS member (free) and check the Health and Wellbeing updates box.
Set up as a committee of Suffolk County Council in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2012, the Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board has a duty to encourage integrated working between health, care, police, and other public services to improve the wellbeing of Suffolk residents.
The Board has 23 members including members and officers from the County Council, Suffolk’s three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), NHS England, HealthWatch Suffolk, the police, the police and crime commissioner, district and borough councils and the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector.
The work of the Board is guided by the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-2019 The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-2019. The Strategy has 4 Outcomes:
With four crosscutting and connecting themes:
|Future Health and Wellbeing Board events||Venue||Agenda items|
|23 March 2017||Riverside, Lowestoft||
|13 July 2017||Endeavour House, Ipswich|
|7 September 2017||Riverside, Lowestoft|
|16 November 2017||Endeavour House, Ipswich|
|20 January 2018||Endeavour House, Ipswich|
|15 March 2018||Riverside, Lowestoft|
|Previous Health and Wellbeing Board events||Venue||Agenda items||Feedback from VCSE Representatives|
|26 January 2017||Endeavour House, Ipswich||
|17 November 2016||West Suffolk House, Bury St. Edmunds||
|8 September 2016||Riverside, Lowestoft||
|21 July 2016||Endeavour House, Ipswich||
Geraldine Dougall, Senior Development Officer – Health
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