Camden’s Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) are looking for your views on how health and wellbeing can be improved across the borough.

The HWB exists to improve the health and wellbeing of Camden residents and reduce health inequalities across the borough. It brings together leaders across the health and care system to provide leadership on a range of complex challenges which impact on the health of local people.

The Board has developed a new draft Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, which sets out the actions they plan to take to improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities in Camden.

The strategy sets out five priority areas which work will focus on:

  • Healthy weight, healthy – lives making Camden a place where everyone has the opportunity to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
  • Reducing alcohol-related harm – working together to reduce health inequalities, crime, disorder and offending.
  • Resilient families – working with partners to reduce families’ dependency on services and focusing on what they need to support themselves.
  • The first 1,001 days – ensuring the support we provide from pregnancy and through the first two years of life focuses on the most important outcomes for children.
  • Ensuring good mental health for all – promoting positive mental health, improving outcomes for people with serious and long-term conditions and preventing suicide wherever possible.

The Board would like to find out your thoughts, views and experiences on the draft strategy.

Have your say

You can share your views from now until Monday 30 November in the following ways:

  • Online – complete an online questionnaire at
  • Email – send your views to
  • Post – write to Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy Consultation, London Borough of Camden, Public Health, 8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square N1C 4AG

Find out more

Read more about the Camden Health and Wellbeing Board.


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