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Strong, engaged, inclusive communities

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People's health and wellbeing often varies from one place to another. It isn't only affected by what people do, like eating healthy food and quitting smoking.

Living in an area with low levels of crime, safe places to enjoy the outdoors, good jobs and quality housing can also have an effect. That's why it's important to look at what's needed in specific places to help people live longer and healthier lives. 

We have developed Health and Wellbeing Partnerships, focusing on inclusive community health and wellbeing offers. 

We promote preventative approaches and services which promote health and wellbeing for all residents, particularly those at highest risk of ill health and premature death. We enable communities to change social and cultural norms around health. 

Public Health is a leading partner within the Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care System (ICS). We work closely with the Integrated Care Partnership on long term action to improve health outcomes.

Our work also supports the Health and Wellbeing Strategy created by the Norfolk and Waveney Health and Wellbeing Board. Here we work with partners to set and achieve the overarching health and care aims for the county. 

Community enablement

Helping people to live healthier lives

Place Boards and Health and Wellbeing Partnerships

Bringing together organisations to help people live well and independently

Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Board

Find out how the Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Board and its partners work to improve the health of people in Norfolk and Waveney

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