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Support Organisatons Leaflets
The MEND approach provides support for children and their families achieve and maintain a healthier lifestyle. Our focus is not just on weight, but on the behaviors that lead to overweight and obesity.
Gosport Child Services Directory
MS Society Fareham & Gosport
Hair Loss Consultancy Service
MHA Communities Gosport
& Fareham, Bridgemary Methodist Church, Prideaux-Brune Avenue, Gosport, PO13 0PP General Enquiries: 01329 234 409 Befriending, lunch clubs, assisted shopping, activity and friendship sessions, outings, escorts to appointments and much more,
Visual Impairment Support Group
SAIL Seafarers' Advice & Information Line
The Moving On Project’s vision is to improve the emotional health and wellbeing of young people aged between 11-25 in Fareham, Gosport and surrounding areas, so that they can achieve their full potential.
At Brendoncare, we foster social connections and provide friendship and fun through our in-person and online social clubs, telephone and digital support, and events.
Our clubs are member-led, volunteer-run and staff-supported and naturally enrich everyone’s lives through mutual connection.
Age Concern Gosport
If you’re over 55 years Age Concern Gosport’s services are here to help you!
Citizens Advice Gosport
We are an independent charity, part of the national Citizens Advice Network which values diversity, promotes equality, and challenges discrimination. Our services put our clients at the heart of all we do.
Gosport Borough Council works with partner organisations to deliver action at a local level to improve health outcomes for people living in the Borough. Organisations in Gosport have a strong culture of working together and this has been built upon in developing a collaborative approach to improve health and wellbeing for local people. As part of this work, the Gosport Health & Wellbeing Strategic Partnership aims to provide a collaborative approach to improving health outcomes for local residents, particularly following the impact of the Corona virus pandemic. This group will help to identify key priorities and how these can be met as a partnership, which will be updated following publication of the latest JSNA data later in January 2022.
The Partnership priorities are shaped by local evidence of health set out within the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and Health Profile for Gosport. Hampshire County Council's Public Health Department has a responsibility for public health services, and to implement a Health and Wellbeing Board who agree ways to improve local health and wellbeing. The Hampshire Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets out the context for local area partnerships and the shared priorities plan for the Gosport Health and Wellbeing Partnership is aligned with the County strategy.
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