Citizens' Panel - Supporting emotional health and wellbeing in the borough

Closed 14 Aug 2023

Opened 3 Jul 2023


Mental health and wellbeing refers to our state of thinking, feeling and behaving which affects our ability to cope with life, build and maintain relationships, make decisions, and contribute to our communities.

Anyone can be affected by mental health problems. Approximately 1 in 4 adults will experience a mental health problem someday such as anxiety and depression. When you get help, the right advice and support information, you are more likely to fully recover and learn to deal with mental health symptoms – your emotional wellbeing is as essential as your physical health.

One of the Council’s responsibilities is to protect and improve the mental health and wellbeing of our residents and their communities. Research suggests there are five steps to mental wellbeing: connecting with people, being physically active, learning new skills, giving to others and paying attention to the present moment. In this survey you will see a range of questions about mental wellbeing and other factors contributing to it.

By completing the latest Panel survey, your feedback will enable us to understand your mental wellbeing and mental health experiences so that we can shape our services to better meet the needs of you and your loved ones. 


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