Health and Wellbeing Partnership An introduction to the St Albans Health and Wellbeing Partnership

What is the Health and Wellbeing Partnership?

The Health and Wellbeing Partnership is a partnership between District Council members, the chair of the County Health and Wellbeing Board and officers representing public health at the County Council, Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Community Central, charities, the voluntary and community sector and patient watch groups. 

The St Albans District Health and Wellbeing Partnership and Hertfordshire County Council have a funding agreement to deliver mutually agreed public health priorities. 

The agreed priorities are: 
  • Improving physical health and wellbeing
  • Improving mental health and emotional wellbeing
Reducing health inequalities is an overarching priority for the Partnership. 

Please see the St Albans City and District Health and Wellbeing Strategy, 2018-2021 below.

Meetings, Agendas and Minutes

The meetings of the Health and Wellbeing Partnership are open to the public to attend. Please see below for the meeting dates, agendas and minutes. 

There is a Public Health Working Group which reports directly to the Partnership regarding funding decisions and the progress of health and wellbeing projects. 

Date of last review: 09 October 2018